Khuli Chana drops long-awaited album and the streets can’t deal

Khuli Chana has set the mood for the festive season.
Khuli Chana has set the mood for the festive season.
Image: Tseliso Monaheng

After teasing fans for a while, multi-award-winning rapper Khuli Chana has finally dropped his highly anticipated album, Planets of The Have Not.

The 13-track project features some hot collaborations, a list which includes regular collaborator Cassper Nyovest, as well as big shots like A-Reece, Towdee Mac, Kabomo and gospel artist Dr Tumi.

However, it has taken the Tswa Daar hitmaker quite some time to wrap up his fifth album.

Earlier this year he announced that he was busy in the studio finalising it, and tried to distract fans by dropping some of his old tracks on Thursdays on social media as throwbacks.

Khuli told SowetanLIVE sister publication TshisaLIVE in May that the album was a dedication to Jabulani “HHP” Tsambo, his mentor, who took his life last year aged 38.

Leading up to the final drop, he revealed that A-Reece was on the new album after teasing a collab with Cassper.

The album features hits like I Geddit and Holding On Or Forever Hold Your Peace, as well as a Jabba interlude.  

Taking to social media, loyal fans expressed their excitement about the album and already have their faves.

Here is a snapshot of the reactions:

Would you like to comment on this article or view other readers' comments? Register (it’s quick and free) or sign in now.

Speech Bubbles

Please read our Comment Policy before commenting.

X