“Yimi Lo” The Beginning For Aymos

“YIMI LO” is a high-profile guest-filled album that creates a grander broadened scope of the hard-hitting Amapiano genre – the mosaics have been impressively stitched together with artistry that is invested in the heart and craft of music, where Aymos really shined was an ability be heard start-to-finish with no skips.The kick-drum, guitar plunks soar on β€œJemeni” the pristine mixing is enthralling, the sonorous hook “Suk’endleleni Velaphi Mjongeni Ndingu mdraiseni nditshintsha ma lane” is an opener to show off a pairing that’s a top-tier highlight featuring Focalistic with his first rate x-factor lyricism. Following that auspicious start, Major League DJz & Josiah De Disciples demonstrate their melodic, rhythmic instrumental abilities, the beat’s dynamic percussion and guitar chords mash with a beat switching standout – at the centerpiece being Aymos’ vocal delivery, the lyrics are ones you can dance through now, then catch later.It’s impossible to separate the song “Lyf Styl” from the performers, its bigger because they work as counterpoints to other elements of the song, graciously collaborating with Mas Musiq they shine as they share airtime “ma ung’bona ungoshoote” will spawn multiple tours.”AmaPaperBag,” “iParti Yami,” and “uYangibiza” are songs that not only sound great, but are also unavoidably designed for large communal dancefloors. Their production arrangements are crisp. Every element makes sense, and they also chopped everything The main groove is lifted by Boohle and MaWhoo on “Muhle and “Rata” every musical and emotional beat arrives precisely on cue the melodies prompt joy and the cascade of lyrics give mandate to move your body and sing along, the passionate performance takes them over the top they nail the desire of love with someone in all its urgency.”Yimi Lo” “iXesha” and “Risasekile” are impressive and enjoyable singles strong enough to have everyone trying to figure out if it’s the best in the album, on thing is sure they prompt all of us to replicate viral moves in our own bedroom mirrors.”Matla” and “Ntombo” close off this Album Of The Year contender. An indelible and mature offering. Danko.