Gqom

yyaldrin

in je ogen waait de wind
stumbled upon this mix and noticed vocals seem to have gotten more prominent in gqom, i like it a lot.

 

okzharp

Member

yeah this is the best... there's actually a mad story about this track

Raybel's original inst was a big viral hit too () before it got the Maphorisa treatment... (ie buying a big club track for nothing, sticking vocals on the top, taking all the credit/publishing...)
 

okzharp

Member
this is a new one from Que (from Distruction Boyz) EP currently tearing up SA -- listen to how fucking HARD it is... interesting evolution from Omunye a few years ago

featuring gqom/new kwaito royalty, Mampintsha (from Big Nuz) and Babes Wodumo

 

yyaldrin

in je ogen waait de wind
before it got the Maphorisa treatment... (ie buying a big club track for nothing, sticking vocals on the top, taking all the credit/publishing...)

ah i didn't know about that. i think it's what i was trying to say with this:

stumbled upon this mix and noticed vocals seem to have gotten more prominent in gqom, i like it a lot.

i hadn't checked any new stuff for a long time and it all feels a bit more smoother, more pop, accessible to a bigger audience. not necessarily a bad thing.
 

muser

Well-known member
I haven;t listened to any new gqom in ages, its sounding much less divorced form kwaito now, Its that classic cycle between dark and light.
 

mrfaucet

The Ideas Train
Heard this one at a festival last weekend. I've also fallen out of touch with gqom/SA house but this kind of makes me want to get back into it.

 
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