That’s the words from Eugene Pitter, the best among the best of Caribbean journalists who has Miungu Ya Muziki as, the best among the best albums he has heard for a long time.
“I like reggae a lot, it’s infectious music but, I would prefer to hear a variety of music and this is what I love about this album. It also explores the culture of each artiste, their struggles, hopes and aspirations.
“This is a must-buy album for me and I am inviting others to buy a copy.”
The album is expected to be release, January, 2021.
Michael “Beatbopper” Hudgins, the album’s executive producer has already placed his stamp of approval on this masterpiece.
‘It has been months of preparation for such an album and not an easy journey to get the calibre of songs which will generate such interest among music addicts. Now, we can look back and feel a sense of satisfaction. Our mission is accomplished.
The strength of Africa which surrounds the theme of the album- Miungu Ya Muziki(meaning music gods in Swali, Africa)is the gateway to much of our achievement, hence the music which continues to remind us,” Hudgins says.
Headlining this epic album includes Ghana’s Epixode( Killa Body); Maestro Don ft. Bounty Killer,(Pioneer); Third World Don and Kabaka Pyramid(Prayer); Lahjihkal(To The Team); Milou Sky Rock Band(Compromise) and Ayr Swisha(Fortune) and Talis(Nuh Needs)
The world is now anticipating this hurricane force whirl of music which is destined to leave all ears in tuned.