Do you remember when Jozi made "Muthaland," incorporating indigenous African rhythms to their music? It was rare and exciting for hip hop to be able to play around with numerous sounds, especially if they were not too closely related hip hop. But what we did not know was that hip hop is anything and everything is can be. That's the beauty of the rebellious movement.
Using the same method formerly used by Jozi, is a multifaceted creative who has worked with numerous creatives alike. Hailing from Limpopo, Vuio, raps in his home language Tsonga. His instrumentals are trappy as well as African infused, adding chanting to it. "The Village," is what he calls this sub-genre. Heavy influenced by the Shangaan culture and the pursuit to make the language cool, his song "Nwana Mhan'" is fun and catchy. Vuio is set to release a full project this year. In the meantime, you can stream or download "Nwana Mhan'" below: