Whoooo sheeeem! I wish I could actually just leave my words at that 'cause for the first time in a very long time, I am at a sheer loss for words. How does one even begin to encapsulate the level of rap excellence that lies herein? MBzet, a producer from Maphumulo, KZN, has unleashed a scorcher unto the streets and we are all in trouble.
Finally Here is a statement track with a celebratory tone as the mood is of a royal affair while the rappers on the song two step on the beat spitting dragon-like fires with every lyric. Do dragons even exist? Asikho lapho though. I was never ready to press play on this track! uMBzet ubiza iinkabi Arab, Musiholiq, Duncan, and Yung Cannibal for the anthem. The 5 minute track goes by so quickly, something that is unusual about a song that long, 'cause the bars come flying at you like a machine gun and the amo never dies out. It's very rare to find a rap song where the energy of the song, particularly where the rhyme skill is involved, continues steadily without a drop. NO ONE on this track is caught off guard. The story telling, word play, delivery, and flows on this song will have you making those ugly rap faces while you shake your head. I am so shook, I actually cannot contain my excitement long enough to keep writing things that make sense so this is me relinquishing my ability to think before uqala uku funda abo, "hence thus therefore." Just incredible! THIS IS RHYTHM AND POETRY. I'm in complete awe.