Wakanda Forever

Musicians DBN Gogo, Kamo Mphela, Sino Msolo, Young Stunna and Busiswa have given fans every reason to get excited following their incorporation on the soundtrack of the Marvel movie, ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’.

After the delay in October 2021, Marvel’s highly anticipated movie Black Panther: Wakanda forever will be out in cinemas on November 11th. The film has become a unifying force in the black community with the celebration of black culture.  

The superhero film’s soundtrack was released Friday November 4, with features from South African artists Kamo MphelaDBN GogoSino MsoloYoung Stunna and Busiswa Qqulu.Mzansi could not be more proud of this moment, the flag is really being swung higher than what it had been.

Marvel Studios on Wednesday, November 2, revealed the tracklist for the music from and inspired by “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.” Featuring Mzansi’s most favourite artists.

Black Panther’s music team clearly love the South African sound. But we can’t blame them, we got the vibe!The film’s first soundtrack album, which was curated by Kendrick Lamar. Featured award-winning Mzansi musicians Sjava, Babes Wodumo, Saudi and Yugen Blakrok.

The full soundtrack list comes after the release of Rihanna’s new song “Lift Me Up”. Which had announced her return to music after a couple of years. As a tribute to the late Panther star Chadwick Boseman, who died from colon cancer in 2020 at 43.

It will also be out on all digital platforms today, November 3. Including a sneak peep at its tracklist that shows just how well Amapiano dominated.

The soundtrack has offerings from A-list African and American artists. Our own local stars to be included by all means, because they’re boss like that. DBN Gogo, Sino Misolo, Kamo Mphela, Busiswa and Young Stunna’s “Believe” and “Jele” fully represented the Amapiano culture.

Taking to social media DBN Gogo shared that the amapiano singles were also produced by Unlimited Soul SA and Elton Kimobana.

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