Durban Duo, CampMasters are already bringing the festive vibes with their massive collaboration with Mpumi Mzobe.
The Producers, DJs and recording duo, recently released a major label single ‘Nanini’.
As no strangers to making hits and collaborating with other heavyweights such as Rude Boyz, DJ Tira and more this song bangs!
Coming from the Gqom capital of the world, the duo is made up of Mzwandile Khuluse and Khumbulani “Wonder Boy” Langa who have been together for a decade.
Speaking to On Music with Matt, Wonder Boy admits that 2020 ruined a couple of plans.
“We had an album planned but we had to cancel, we had to go back to the drawing board,” he said.
“We had to start and album from zero again,” this him low-key announcing that it is on the way.
However, this is not an official exclusive or final decision, so anything can happen.
Adding Mpumi to the mix
Speaking about the new song ‘Nanini’, Mpumi was a perfect fit for the vocals.
“Mpumi came to mind because she is a legend,” he repeatedly called her a legend.
Thanks to their manager, who was brave enough to send Mpumi that all important DM to ask her to jump on, and the rest unfolded.
“She came back with the lyrics and it was all good, it was fire,” he said with pride.
The direct translation of ‘Nanini’ is ‘Whenever’.
“For me, Nanini, is about prayer to God and saying whenever anything happens to me, don’t forget about me, but my team disagrees,” he says.
In the song, Mpumi can be heard asking her lover to never forget her.
Which at the end of the day is great for everyone to have their own interpretation of the lyrics, in order to relate more.
Even with covid still around, thanks to technology as the song was recorded in Joburg by Mpumi.
Wonder boy praises the singer/songwriter for smashing the recording even though they weren’t there when she did.
The music video for the song is on the way as it has been shot recently.
Nanini promises to be an absolute banger for you to listen to whenever you are ready to get into the groove.
Listen to it on various music streaming sites now.