Set to release his new single, Ma Dlamini, featuring Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa, veteran DJ, Oskido, describes how he’s “chasing” popular female personalities like Bonang Matheba, Pearl Thusi and DJ Zinhle.
On Tuesday, 29 October 2019, Oskido took to Twitter to share the news of his upcoming single, Ma Dlamini, which is set for release on Friday, 1 November 2019. The release of the single is a build-up to his upcoming album, Akhiwe, celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversaty of his successful record label, Kalawa Jazmee.
For the single, Oskido worked with the leading voices of the amapiano movement, Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa. The trio worked together to produce Oskido’s first amapiano single. On the video teaser he shared, is the DJ veteran can be seen standing in front of a microphone and starts by saying in isiZulu, “I want Bonang [Matheba] now.”
The lyrics of the song continue in the same vain, with Oskido listing the names of popular South African personalities that “he wants.” Some of the other names included are friends, Pearl Thusi and DJ Zinhle, Lerato Kganyago, Boity Thulo and Dineo Ranaka.
In the caption to the teaser video of the single he wrote, “New heat, #MaDlamini taken from my new album #Akhiwe [and it] drops this Friday [1 November 2019] on all digital platforms. DJ Zinhle, Bonang Matheba, Dineo Ranaka, Lerato Kganyago, Pearl Thusi [and] Boity [are my girls.]”
Social media users tagged their favourite media personalities, asking them if they shared Oskido’s sentiments on his claims. One social media asked, “Pearl Thusi, where are you? Oskido is looking for you?” Another social media user tagged Lerato Kganyago, writing, “Mother, well [brother] Oskido has an interest in you, would [you] like marriage? #MaDlamini please say yes.”
Watch Oskido perform Ma Dlamini below.
🚨New Heat #Madlamini 🚨taken from my new album #Akhiwe drops this Friday 💃🏽🕺on all digital platforms @djzinhle @bonang_m @dineoranaka @leratokganyago @pearlthusi @boity 🥂
Intombi zami ❤️❣️💕💛💘 🎥 @trevoz
— KeepHopeAlive (@OskidoIBelieve) October 29, 2019