There has been plenty of controversy surrounding Distruction Boyz after reports that they have in fact stolen their biggest and life changing hit to date, Omunye featuring Dladla Mshunqisi. Despite all of that, the gents feature on Dladla Mshunqisi’s newest joint titled Pakisha, alongside heavy weight DJ Tira.
Pakisha has the same elements to Omunye and this is not a bad thing at all considering what a life changing hit Omunye is. Like it or not, Distruction Boyz have managed to add their own vibe to the genre and Dladla Mshunqisi is at the forefront of a different vibe with his music. He shows up on this one and brings the same energy and vigour that he does to previous hits that he has been featured on.
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Una Rams Wavy Baby EP is finally OUT
Una Rams Wavy Baby EP is finally available on digital platforms
Soulistic Music and Airborne Records’ first joint-venture project is an EP from a young talent Una Rams. The six tracked EP titled Wavy Baby is the first commercially released project from the 22-year-old Una Rams who is a producer, singer, songwriter and rapper.
The EP includes features with the songstresses Thabsie, Shayee-Shay from Nigeria, Poet Misa Narrates and co-producer C-Tea. The first single “Joy” was released 8th June 2018 and like the title it’s a joyful, upbeat tempo love song that had the crowd singing along despite hearing it for the first at the EP launch the night before its release in Braamfontein.
Una Rams is a shortened version of both his first and last name Unarine Rambani. He was born and raised in Venda in Northern Limpopo to a Christian family of six children. As a child Una grew up in a church founded by his parents and as part of the worship team where he learned how to produce music, play the drums and a piano and later became a musician. His sound is a mesh of different genres of music coupled with his lyrics that evoke emotions to the listener. When asked to describe the EP he said;
Wavy Baby is a love story about a boy and a mermaid. And I know it’s the craziest thing to say to anyone but it’s because a lot of people get into relationships when they are both from two different worlds, things fall through the cracks because you don’t understand each well enough, so this EP takes you through the different stages of the relationship and unfortunately it’s not a happy ending