TNS – Kwamashu ft. Nokwazi Mtshali & Nomcebo Mthethwa mp3 Download free
Multiple award winning record producer and hit maker TNS who have been considered by many as one of the best house music producer in SA music industry decides to grace fans once again with his long awaited 2021 song titled Kwamashu where he featured Nokwazi Mtshali and Nomcebo Mthethwa. Cop below and enjoy.
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“Kwamashu” as many have already been keeping tabs on the release date will be inclusive on his upcoming studio LP project titled “Phupholethu Album” which housed about 30 dope tracks and is expected to be released on the 29th of January 2021. The project also will practically be the best that will come in the first quarter of next year and we can’t wish for a better start of the year. The song here have already been considered by many as the best this week according to many gqom and house heads. So update your playlist and leave a feedback with using the comment box below.
The above said project will be one of a kind as it will be the first TNS will be dropping something close to 30 tracks at once and thanks to Kabza de small who started this practices with his “I am the king of amapiano album” which housed a whooping 27 tracks. The album also will connect some international music arts as the hit maker strives to become one of the best in house music.
“Kwamashu” will be the 10th track off the project and have been on the wishlist of many house music lovers since the hit maker played the track on one of his Gigs earlier this year, just before the pandemic truck.
Nokwazi Mtshali and Nomcebo Mthethwa are 2 breath-slaying singers who is making their debut on iminathi as well as in the Mzansi music industry. Going by their vocals, you’d hope they keep dropping track daily, so we are expecting more tracks from the vocalists, and also partnering with TNS on Kwamashu isn’t indeed a bad start. So without added ado, update your playlist and leave a feedback with using the comment box below.
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