In part 2 of our sit down with ANATII, he puts us on game about what it means to be the "electronic bushman," along with him describing how purely organic his album recording actually was.
Although we receive it as a monumental piece, his intentions were not completely focused on that while he was making it. He also lets us into the transition of his sound to him including the isiXhosa language more and more in his music. On that note, he delves into how Africans have always had the juice when it comes to music cadence - something we certainly can agree with. It's crazy how it often appears that we as Africans need validation from the rest of the world before we tap into our own greatness. Tap into part 2 of our sit down with ANATII below: