Msaki Drops Platinumb Heart Beating Album
South African singer Msaki is out with a new project which she titles “Platinumb Heart Beating” album, and it’s as intriguing as can be.
It’s been a rollercoaster year for Msaki, with several guest appearances. But then the songstress has not neglected to work on something of her own. That’s the message in her current release.
“Platinumb Heart Beating” album is an 18-track project. The heftiness of the tracklist is matched by the quality of the guests the songstress elected to work with. There’s Oskido, Da Capo, Tresor, Kabza De Small, Black Motion, Focalistic, and Sun-El Musician.
Msaki » Platinumb Heart Beating Album Details
- Genre: Dance
- Release Date: 2021-11-19
- Explicitness: notExplicit
- Country: ZAF
- Track Count: 18
Msaki appeared to have picked her guests carefully. In the songs for which she co-opted others, it’s clear they made a fine impression. Even in the songs she delivered alone, she was worth hearing.
Msaki » Platinumb Heart Beating Album Tracklist
|1||Kuja Utanipata||Msaki & Sun-El Musician||4:02|
|2||Nangomso (feat. Simmy)||Msaki||3:05|
|3||Come Around (feat. Kenza & Mpho.Wav)||Msaki||4:28|
|4||Mjolo for Who (feat. Abidoza)||Msaki||6:50|
|5||Tomorrow Silver (feat. Diplo)||Msaki & Sun-El Musician||5:08|
|6||Ndizincamile (feat. Laliboi)||Msaki||4:39|
|7||Uthando Lwam (feat. Black Coffee)||Msaki||5:50|
|8||Heart Mend Hotel (feat. Nonku Phiri)||Msaki||0:41|
|9||Mntakababa||Msaki, Kabza De Small & Focalistic||5:09|
|10||Boy from Soshanguve||Msaki & Black Motion||6:59|
|11||Fika Kaloku||Msaki & Kabza De Small||5:58|
|12||Pearls To Swine (feat. TRESOR & Kid X)||Msaki||5:08|
|13||Delakufa||Msaki & OSKIDO||4:38|
|14||Statues II (feat. Da Capo & Black Motion)||Msaki||7:26|
|15||Chem Trails (feat. Caiiro)||Msaki||4:50|
|16||No Rainbow||Msaki & Da Capo||5:50|
|17||Steam and Flow||Msaki & TRESOR||3:38|
|18||Mhlaba Wakhala (feat. Nonku Phiri)||Msaki||1:16|
“Platinumb Heart Beating” album is a compilation of great sonic appeal that will excite listeners beyond the orbit of dance. Msaki might have taken her time creating this, but then the result speaks for itself.
Here, if you please, is a compilation worth lapping up and worth sharing with others, too. It’s hard to listen to this body of work and not fall in love with it. Let the listening session begin, peeps.