The highly talked about Black Panther soundtrack which was produced by Kendrick Lamar and features a handful of South Africans is finally here.
Social media has been reacting to the tracks all day, starting with ‘Redemption,’ the song which Babes Wodumo features on alongside Zacari.
Okay Black Panther soundtrack is heat. But Babes Wodumo with "Oh my Wurd, Oh my Gursh, Oh my Wurd" as an intro on "Redemption"… eh pic.twitter.com/e5EzQaeaIA
— Thuts (@luluthuga) February 9, 2018
The opening line is a weird shift from Zacari’s mellow vocals over a vibey afro-carribean beat but as she gets into the groove of the music, her verse actually grows on you if you let it.
— SocialTrends🇿🇦™ (@SocialTrendsZA) February 9, 2018
— The Ultimate (@TheUltimate_ZA) February 9, 2018
— Dora Milaje Felicity💎 (@Felicity_M2) February 9, 2018
Babes Wodumo can never escape Mampintsha. How did he sneak in the Black Panther album?
— HIS SEXCELLENCY (@BrioCvx) February 9, 2018
— ANDILE NDLOVU (@Vida15) February 9, 2018
…while some hated the song altogether.
I’m here for our local artists being given an international platform to shine, but that ‘Redemption’ song featuring Babes Wodumo on the Black Panther soundtrack is trash. 🤷🏽♂️
— chicago (@_MrBentleySA) February 9, 2018
— AJ• (@JonaAndile_7) February 9, 2018
Picture credit: TayoTV
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