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House Guru Gang releases album

Mon, 31 October 2016 17:10
by Rosalia David


Upcoming music group House Guru Gang have released their 19-track album which, by any judgement, is a good attempt and signals a bright future for the outfit.
The album was produced by the House Guru Gang themselves and is a true definition of hard work and dedication in bringing out the best quality.
The first track of the release, Toleka, featuring 4x4 too much power, consist of an African sound and reminiscent of the sounds of Fally Ipupa.
House Guru Gang, which brings back the original African sound, complete with African drums and guitar sound, seems to be a direct challenge at artists who are shying away from traditional African beats.
Perhaps what makes their music more unique is the fact that they sing in their mother tongue.
House Guru takes in this latest offing have managed to capture the imagination of the listener.
Track 5 titled ‘Blessings’ talks about being blessed with a beautiful woman.
The rhythm in this song makes you want to dance the moment you start listening to it and try to understand each and every word sang on the song.
Sito Jah joins House Guru Gang on track six titled Ntjuvenu, which dwells on witchcraft in the Afrian society.
Track 11 Wait in vain and 12 Monica could easily be the best tracks on the album.
Track14 titled Black China is the type of song you would dance on to.
Most artists move from one studio to another trying to get the best quality out of a song, but with this album ‘Father Bless Us’ is produced under Cool Aid music, a record label which they are all under.