Mlindo The Vocalist – Lindokuhle Album

Mlindo The Vocalist – Lindokuhle Album
– Lindokuhle Album

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Mlindo The Vocalist, regarded as the finest male vocalist, songwriter, and composer in Mzansi and now on the lips of every music enthusiast, returns with his much awaited 2022 studio LP project dubbed Lindokuhle Album. Enjoy the download link below.

The “Lindokuhle Album” will undoubtedly have a special place in the hearts of practically all South African hip-hop music fans since the songs touch and strike almost every nerve with a “making lead” attitude. He collaborated with other notable musicians from the nation, including , Ishmael, Madumane, Ami Faku, Nue Sam, Masiano, Meez, and Mthunzi, on around 9 big tracks total for the compilation.

Despite having a little running time, Lindokuhle boasts a diverse cast and broods on issues like love, millennial hedonism, home, and hope. The album Lindokuhle is about the collision of the past and the future and is equal parts seance and ambush. Mlindo the Vocalist analyzes each music in this section.

“Luselude” (feat. Sjava)

“This is essentially a letter to my mother. When lockdowns first started, I was anxious about the fact that I couldn’t make a living because I couldn’t perform. It was difficult not being able to provide for my family, like I usually do. Sjava would often send me messages wishing me luck and telling me to keep my head above the water. When the lockdowns were finally lifted, Sjava told me he had an idea for a song, so we went into the studio to write this. In the end, the song also served as motivation for me. It felt like a way of saying, ‘Even if I can’t provide for my family right now, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.’”

“Jumaima” (feat. Ishmael)

“When I first broke into the industry, in 2018, I had a list of legends I was determined to work with. Ishmael was one of them. In 2020, we were introduced to each other, and that’s how we came to make this song. I needed someone who could give it an old-school R&B vibe, and he was perfect for it. ‘Jumaima’ is actually my younger cousin’s name. She’d always wanted me to make a song that shouts her out, so this is it. It’s not directly addressed to her because it’s a love song, but I still wanted to give her a shout-out.”

“Umuzi Wethu” (feat. Madumane)

“We all have that uncle in our family—the wild uncle who just can’t be controlled by anyone. The song is about that type of uncle and how he should be ashamed of himself for not taking care of his kids or the rest of the family. At some point in the song, I give an example of wanting to pay lobola but not trusting your uncle to be part of the delegation because he’d mess things up. It’s that kind of a vibe.”

“Lotto” (feat. Ami Faku)

“‘Lotto’ was also recorded during lockdown. There came a time in the middle of lockdown that I felt trapped. I felt like I was boxed in and that my life wasn’t in my hands anymore. I was being told where I could go, what time I should be back home and what I could and couldn’t do. I felt like I needed an escape. I had a conversation with Ami, and she told me she’d been feeling the same. At some point, we were talking about how amazing it would be to live another life or someone else’s life entirely. That eventually led to the themes we discuss in ‘Lotto’.”

“Impil’Imile” (feat. Nue_Sam)

“‘Impil’Imile’ is about when you’re in a relationship, and you’re always taking advice from your boys and spending time with them instead of your significant other. So, it’s about a guy who’s tripping; he’s doing all this clubbing with his boys until the lady in the relationship can’t take it anymore. It’s only when the lady bounces that the guy realises he messed up a good thing. His life loses direction because he’s lost a woman that was good to him.”

“Thath’Icard Lami” (feat. Masiano)

“‘Thath’Icard Lami’ isn’t about flexing. It’s about meeting a girl you’re 100 per cent sure of. And being so certain about her that you give her your bank card so she can go on a night out with her girls and spoil herself. Some people might find it weird, but it’s a song about assurance—knowing you’ve found the one and treating her like it.”

“Ama2000” (feat. Masiano & Meez)

“I was addressing the youngsters on this one. We have a generation of children who don’t really want to listen to their elders, who are always out clubbing and never at the house. ‘Ama2000’ was my way of saying, ‘This is what we’re dealing with, and these are the children we’re raising.’”

“Kuyeza Ukukhanya” (feat. Mthunzi)

“The message here is similar to ‘Luselude’. It’s about perseverance. The song is about that feeling you get when things aren’t going your way and you feel like you’re a disappointment. There’s a part in the song where I talk about someone who isn’t doing too well at school, and because of that, he feels like he’s letting his family down. The message is to keep your head up and that there are better days ahead.”


“This song is an affirmation. It interpolates Bojo Mujo’s ‘Shiwelele’, and it’s like a letter to all the artists who came before me. I’m saying thanks for the inspiration, but I’m also cementing my place and saying, ‘I’m here’.”

Lindokuhle Album Tracklist

1. Mlindo The Vocalist – Luselude ft. Sjava

2. Mlindo The Vocalist – Jumaima ft. Ishmael

3. Mlindo The Vocalist – Umuzi Wethu ft. Madumane

4. Mlindo The Vocalist – Lotto ft. Ami Faku

5. Mlindo The Vocalist – Impil’imile ft. Nue_Sam

6. Mlindo The Vocalist – Thath’icard Lami ft. Masiano

7. Mlindo The Vocalist – Ama2000 ft. Masiano & Meez

8. Mlindo The Vocalist – Kuyeza Ukukhanya ft. Mthunzi

9. Mlindo The Vocalist – Shiwele

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