Blaq Diamond Set The Mood For The Month Of Love With Their New Single ‘Mangibona Wena’

By @MasechabaKganyapa on 02/09/2024 in Music

Blaq Diamond has unveiled 'Mangibona Wena' the lead single from their upcoming album 'Zulu Romance', out February 29 via Umuthi Othi Thi.

The release of 'Mangibona Wena' is a pinnacle in the Blaq Diamond story as it marks the introduction of their third studio album after a 4-year album hiatus and it also marks the release of their first album as independent artists.

'Mangibona Wena' takes you back to the feeling of butterflies when one sees their significant other with love lyricism and a beautiful rhythm, the song allows the listener to take a peek at what to expect on Zulu Romance. It possesses a powerful message in true Blaq Diamond style and gives hope that true love still exists.

“We felt like 'Mangibona Wena' was the perfect song to introduce the album to our fans as it captures the message of love, which is the core theme of the Zulu Romance Project, we want our fans to have a song to jam to this Valentine. We want to make a norm of delivering and spoiling our fans with music.

Zulu Romance is only the first part of a series of Zulu Romance albums that are coming in the future. We have huge plans, and our fans will enjoy walking this journey with us” the duo said.

Listen to 'Mangibona Wena' below:




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