iDLE – A DUMMIE’S GUIDE TO Understanding iDLE [EP] iDLE – A DUMMIE’S GUIDE TO Understanding iDLE [EP]
New age culture was never ready for the coming of iDle and the brilliance of the work as incapsulated into the 5 track ‘iDLE... iDLE – A DUMMIE’S GUIDE TO Understanding iDLE [EP]

New age culture was never ready for the coming of iDle and the brilliance of the work as incapsulated into the 5 track ‘iDLE – A DUMMIE’S GUIDE TO Understanding iDLE’, the EP. As short as it is, the project is a masterpiece with a bit of show boating as he plays with Setswana in all it’s facets. There’s hidden meanings in the language’s true character and the artist poetry over modern beats and infused traditional sounds makes for a listen. I’ve honestly been sleeping on this project and would urge you not to commit my mistake. iDle is the voice on Frost’s intro as well as the latest single from the same artist, this speaks volumes about his talent and unique offering.

The tracks ‘My Sunshine’, ‘Matlho’, ‘Sebe’, ‘Maipoko’ & ‘Gaborone o Sebodu’ are an audio visual scape that cooly takes you on a journey to yester-year Botswana in a modern day urban setting. “Ditlotlo tsa matlho le pelo” le go le gontsi, reetsa o ikutlwele. (Press play)

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