Eastern Cape born musician Ami Faku has collaborated with South African Grammy Award winner DJ Black Coffee and fans can’t wait to hear the song.

Called the “perfect song”, Faku took to Instagram to give a glimpse of her latest offering by posting a video featuring the talented DJ.

The young and gifted vocalist in collaboration with Gallo Remixed created an Afropop remix Music in the air.

The song was originally recorded, written, produced and performed in 1976 by Mzansi legends Letta Mbulu and Kaifus Semenya.

“I am very happy about the release of this song. I always wanted to work with Black Coffee and we finally found the perfect song and I hope people will take it well,” Faku said as quoted by TshisaLIVE.

On the other hand, Kava explained that the performance of the song is on hold and said that they added a few elements to make the song sound modern.

“This remix is ​​one that I hold close to my heart because it embodies so much of the struggle, resilience and courage that my country has always shown. We put down roots and spewed out the modern way. I’m so excited for this to be released for the ears of the world,” shared the Black Coffee producer.

Earlier in the month, Ami teased her followers about releasing a song with Black Coffee, and Faku fans have been anticipating her collaboration with the award-winning DJ after she shared moments from her studio time with Black Coffee on her timeline.

“Spent some time in the studio with Black Coffee. Happy to share this special project with you,” she captioned her Instagram post.

The song was reportedly produced by Mpho Sebina who said it was a great experience to meet the creative minds of the industry.

“Working with Black Coffee and the team was a great experience, an experience because there were so many creative minds on the project and we had to find a way to work together to bring the project to life,” he said.

Image: Ami Faku/Instagram

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