In the midst of the many diss tracks currently being released Synik comes through with the second single off his forthcoming album A Trave...
In the midst of the many diss tracks currently being released Synik comes through with the second single off his forthcoming album A Travel Guide For The Broken (I will explain later why this is a Syn City sequel) simply titled Rukuvhute.
For the non-Zimbos rukuvhute is the umbilical cord and in the Shona culture after you're born your umbilical cord is buried at a predesignated place in the village of your origin. It is done so that the baby is grounded to their ancestors and inherits the good fortune from them.
While Syn City explores Synik's migration from his hometown Kwekwe to the capital city of Harare here he explores his migration from his home country Zimbabwe to Portugal.
Rukuvhute lays the groundwork for a promising follow-up to a cult classic (yeah we enjoyed the EPs in-between but this is what we were waiting for.
Stream Rukuvhute below