Award-winning, sensational artist Sjava has released his highly anticipated album, Isibuko.
The album, which was released on Friday, is a reflection of Sjava’s journey over the past few years and showcases his growth as a person and musician.
Isibuko, which is a Zulu term for ‘mirror’, is an 18-track studio album that exposes a deeply introspective side of the musician.
The album follows the successful release of his 2020 EP Umsebenzi and its deluxe version released in 2021.
Some of the featured artists on the album include Emtee, Sampa the Great, Ntokozo Mkhize, Saudi, Delayde, and Qwabe Twins.
The album reveals a deeply introspective side to the musician, and fans are praising the album for its healing and rebirth of a soul.
Sjava worked with his long-term producer and partner Ruff and Vuyo Manyike, who has worked with Sjava since his debut album in 2016.
The album’s track, Umuntu, deals with the doubts one may have about themselves and is getting popular among fans.
Sjava’s new album is a testament to his growth as a musician and his ability to create music that resonates with his fans.
The album is a must-listen for fans of South African music and for those who appreciate introspective and thought-provoking music.
Sjava’s new album Isibuko is a triumph and a reflection of his journey over the past few years.
The album is a must-listen for fans of South African music and for those who appreciate introspective and thought-provoking music no matter where in the world you’re from since music is a universal music which doesn’t care or mind where you’re from.
The album is available on all major streaming platforms, and fans are encouraged to give it a listen.
Stream ‘Isibuko’ studio album as curated and performed by Sjava right below;