When Hip-Hop Becomes The Voice Of Amapiano: ShaQuille Kings Releases 'Ngizomdumisa'.

 By Tawanda Chari 

ShaQuille roped in Bulawayo’s Philaaah Sibz on another amapiano gospel bop titled Ngizomdumisa off his upcoming EP The Voice Of Amapiano. He already dropped Izolo a while back where he sounded more aggressive.

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Ngizomdumisa is a song about how God is good all the time and also why he should be praised. Hip-hop is very expressive as it allows versatility. ShaQuille sounds natural on an Amapiano sound. Rappers have jumped on Amapiano beats before and it is not something new. One can argue that ShaQuille might be doing it better.

ShaQuille Chuma is a recording and performing Hip-Hop artist, singer and songwriter based in Norton. In 2020, he was nominated under Best African Act at the 257 Hip-hop Awards. His hit song Wake Up Call was certified gold by Simox stats last year.

His first record was in 2017 when he released Pretty Ladies and Thulamzala which received some spins here in Zimbabwe and South Africa too.

He expressed strong desire to work with the best of Africa. 

"Currently I would like to work with artists like Burna Boy, Master KG, ShaSha and DJ Maphorisa. They really inspire me a lot in the writing of my music".

Surprisingly, there is no mention of a hip hop act. Is he going to stick with Amapiano from now on? Probably not but check out his music on all digital platforms.

Enjoy Ngizomdumisa by ShaQuille Kings via this link.

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