On ‘Feel Good,’ Lungi Naidoo pays a visit to the Afro-Caribbean and provides you with timeless music.
Lungi Naidoo is a South African musician from KwaMaphumulo, KwaZulu-Natal, who grew up on a farm and claims to have been enamored with the beautiful sunrises and sunsets.
It’s like Doja cat’s “Woman,” where she finds a pocket to dwell on on a challenging beat. Lungi Naidoo developed an unusual technique to compete in an intercontinental crowded industry using a tried-and-true recipe of afrobeat infused.
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Dantae Johnson co-wrote, recorded, and produced the upcoming ‘COURAGE’ EP at The Woods Studios in London, while Pete ‘Boxsta’ Martin mixed and executive produced it at the Matrix Studio complex. ‘Addicted’ was produced by Tega at Blues Steam Entertainment Studio in Lagos, Nigeria.
Lungi recorded all the vocals at the Sound Foundry studio in Cape Town with Greg Abrahams.
The EP is also mixed in Dolby Atmos by Jan ‘Stan’ Kybert and will be available in Spatial Audio on Apple Music.
She had to find something else to sustain another run, especially after shelving expensive lyrics for ‘Feel Good’ because it exonerates hope and perseverance, however the result of that search is a largely mid-tempo sound, on which any genre can be explored
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‘Feel Good’ is heavily influenced by Afrobeat with resonance Caribbean genres slightly merged Dancehall and Reggae-Fusion.
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However, both conceptually and sonically, its coherence veers dangerously near to and flirts with being one-dimensional.
Within the first few listens, it’s clear where she edges and driving, the single will possibly grow more familiar once the EP comes out, and the record was salvaged by its conceptual afro sound on the song like ‘Feel Good,’ which documents self-belief and hope.