Talented Amapiano Muso Drops Latest Project, ‘Uthando’
18/08/2023 15:42 in Music

Tumza Thusi, derived from his first name nickname ended complimentarily with his surname is a DJ/Producer from the South of Joburg. Having touched the decks of most of the go-to establishments as a headliner that is known to pull crowds and an event host of note, Tumza Thusi, is ready to showcase his many talents to the rest of the world. He's a self-taught DJ, producer, event host, and renowned for his Annual Spring Breakout party and its epic attendance and ambiance. Soweto has been his showground, maintaining his old fanbase while attracting a new one. With expansion on the horizon and production on steroids, driven by motivation, Tumza Thusi dropped a free EP titled ‘Keys To My Journey’ and the response was overwhelming.

Working with the likes of Thuske, the late Killer Kau, and Kairo 1829, his follow-up singles were nothing short of groovists' dance themes. Keeping the momentum with his signature 'Music Is Therapy' exclusive mixes, Tumza Thusi has kept the streets warm with his singles 'Abo Mswipeni' and 'Ukulila' featuring Lady Du and Killer Kau. Tumza Thusi made 2022 different with the release of his debut album. Featuring the likes of Jobe London, Mabankbook, MDA, and Kamo Mphela, Tumza Thusi has asserted himself in the Amapiano scene. 


The album was the culmination of ten years of music production sharpening and experience, 'Kgosi Is King' was nothing short of perfection. Amassing an impressive 20 tracks consisting of smooth melodic mix of Amapiano bangers, 'Kgosi Is King' tells you a story that ends up with you on the dance floor.

The talented hitmaker returns with his first offering of 2023, an Amapiano single titled 'Uthando" featuring Mda and Kairo1829. The song Uthando was inspired by love and affection. 

This is his first release for the year and will be followed by a few hot singles, with the plan of rebranding and reintroducing himself to the industry. Then later in the year he’ll be releasing an EP as he promises to deliver club and dance anthems as summer gets into full drive. 

"A song we felt needed to represent true African love to the rest of the world. It gives a narrative of love winning against all odds; as the saying goes, "Love conquers all." 


Writer: Palesa Magadla

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