Mapetla’s Mina Nawe shows growth


Local Kwaito artist Mapetla’s latest single dubbed Mina Nawe is not farfetched from his usual sound.

In this dance track, Mapetla identifies with his fans and the lyrics strike a good combination with the fast beat.

Ever since he shifted from his debut sound to the commercial house kind of music, the Aah hit maker has not only shown his versatility, by switching genres.

Though some fans have not identified with him since the shift, Mina Nawe is perhaps what the doctors ordered for him to reach out to his long lost fans.

The new Mapetla music has a touch of house.electro music, which has turned various artists in South Africa into household names. Mapetla, has modified the urban dance styles to strengthen his Kwaito style. He did exactly that in 2012 with his hit song Uyosala Wena.

Mina Nawe just like any other house song begins with a fast beat and Mapetla.   He sings the chorus Mina Nawe in the beginning and stamps in his usual kwaito rap.

Mapetla worked with Chef Gustos in this song, and seeing the huge growth in Mapetla’s music does not come as a surprise, since Chef Gustos is one of the best producers in the country.  Nowadays music is international, and as such Mapetla’s Mina Nawe can somewhat be compared to big giants in South Africa like Big Naz. 

With an album in the cards, Mapetla has already shown his fans what he has in store for them. 

His upcoming album could bring back his glory days and show that kwaito is not dead.

If you are a partygoer or club fanatic, Mina Nawe is exactly what you need to boost your adrenaline and arouse that other side of you.

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