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Nox Guni goes back to basics drops a gem Uchandifunga

by Israel Dube
31 Jan 2019 at 14:08hrs | Views
Music prodigy Nox Guni has gone back to his formative years with a scorcher --- Uchandifunga!
The single off his upcoming EP Ndingazodei has traits of his early days when he brought the sound fans loved and cherished.

The album was produced by his young brother Tyfah Guni for Ice n Roses, his record label based in South Africa.

But the beauty is that Uchandifunga is a well thought out track that is likely to have more spins on the airwaves that any other track.

It's mellow, danceable and is about love a subject Nox knows too much about.
He sings about a love affair that's on the rocks.

The partner is no longer doing the little things (albeit which matter) like texting or calling each other.

The saddest part is that the other lover is reading between the lines and reflects on how they used to love each other.

Uchandifunga (you will miss me) sets the tone and mood for what's to come when love turns sour.
Production-wise, the song fits well into Nox catalogue of hits considering his well thought out lyrics and the massive lovers-rock-reggae beat.

That said, Nox is showing that hunger of an up and coming artists.

This is why he retraced his roots to bring out the formula which brought us the smash hit Ndinonyara a couple of years back.

But again, the appeal is that he's bringing something refreshing although the key aspect is that it's Nox of the old that we loved to listen.

Nox belongs to the Urban Grooves golden era (2000s) but he continues to reinvent himself to ensure his longevity in the competitive music business.

Perhaps, his exposure with the South African music industry has sort of opened his eyes to see the bigger picture.

While it is not easy to pigeonhole his music, Nox is certain to appeal to an international audience now than ever before.

Source - Israel Dube MLO Secretary for Information and Public Affairs