Distruction Boyz just dropped a single titled, Sinenkane and they are set to prove that Gqom isn’t dead, despite the popular believe that it’s off the street.
The duo dropped Omunye in 2017 which solidified the presence of gqom in SA and also got them awards.
During an interview with TshisaLIVE, they revealed staying top notch with their music, like they initially did.
“We are coming back with a new single after having taken a step back from releasing music. We had to step back because, soon after our second album it started sounding like everybody was doing the same thing and we wanted to offer a different approach… one that would also appeal to the international market. Sinenkani is a hit and we are sure our fans love it.”
They further explained reason behind the popular fact that gqom is dead and here is what they think.
“We offer something new and fresh but still authentic gqom music. The reason why people think gqom lost its fire is not because it really has – or there’s a better genre… It is because people came in and started diluting the sound, not only was every song beginning to sound like one song, people were not being creative anymore,” he said.