Murumba Pitch have released their second single, “Ewallet”. This vastly anticipated release comes after the success of their first single “Umoya“, which got their fans and new listeners thrilled about their upcoming album “Isidalo”.
Murumba Pitch and Mthunzi featured the talents of Omit ST and Buhle Sax on the single. With its infectious melody and compelling lyrics, the track delivers a powerful message urging guys to take care of their partners financially.
In a world where expressions of love often come in various forms, “Ewallet” shines a spotlight on the importance of financial support in relationships. The song encourages men to understand and embrace their role in providing for their partners’ needs, such as nails, hair, and other essentials.
With its smooth vocals and soulful saxophone interludes, “Ewallet” not only entertains but also educates, emphasizing the significance of nurturing a strong and caring bond by attending to both emotional and practical aspects of a relationship. This track is a heartfelt reminder that love goes beyond words and gestures, extending to the thoughtful and tangible ways we support and cherish our loved ones. The full album is set to be released on the 8th of February 2024.
STREAM “EWALLET” BY MURUMBA PITCH HERE
Emmanuel Mathye and Innocent “Maeywon” Mongolo, are from Limpopo and Mpumalanga respectively, and are making their mark in the amapiano genre. They have worked with major South African acts in the space and have been credited for bringing “smooth amapiano productions that combine spirited, organic instrumentals with rounded vocal harmonies.” Their collaborations have not only expanded their international reach but have also showcased the diversity and richness of South African music.
What sets Murumba Pitch apart is their ability to fuse various genres seamlessly. Murumba Pitch`s music is a captivating blend of Amapiano and House sounds. Murumba Pitch`s Music fusion not only appeals to a wide audience but also reflects their deep connection to their music. Their lyrics often touch on life, and the everyday experiences of people, making their music relatable and authentic.
Their journey is a testament to the power of music to transcend boundaries and unite people from different corners of the world. As they continue to shine bright, their role in the South African music industry is destined to endure for generations to come.