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Amapiano Star Uncle Waffles drops visuals for her first 2024 single Wadibusa

After the success of her debut music video Tanzania in 2022 Uncle Waffles has not slowed down. Born and raised eSwatini Waffles was introduced to South African music at an early age and fell in love with South African House Music and Kwaito.

She began playing during Covid- 19, with Amapiano as her standard set. In 2021 she took her skills to Zone-6 in Soweto where a video of her went viral and opened new doors for her career.

Image: Instagram/@UncleWaffles

With multiple hits under her belt she has made it clear she is not a one hit wonder and there’s plenty tricks up her sleeve. This week she dropped visuals of “Wadibusa” a single released a few days ago.The video is already sitting at 200k views and trending on X (twitter)

The music video opens with street racing enactment which transition to a bloody red ambiance. True to Waffle style the visuals embrace the complex culture of Amapiano, the distinct elements that have build the genre to what it is today. From styling to choreography the creativity leaves a captivating sentiment of an International standard.

Co-produced by Royal Musiq - Wadibusa features Hp Sage, Pcee & DJY Biza.The single was released after a cadence of teasers across social media platforms leaving fans begging for more. Steady in her production display, Waffles depicts an evolved melodic tune with the traditional tempo of Amapiano.

Fans took to X to share their thoughts on the music video

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