Anatii’s new album is medicine for the soul

The rapper’s sophomore release is a beautiful body of work.

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:44 PM  | Anatii  | Top of The


Musical genius, Anatii recently released his sophomore album titled, Iyeza, which is an isiXhosa word meaning medicine. The 25-year-old rapper, singer and producer describes this album as music for the soul, taking after its title.


Iyeza is the baby brother to Anatii’s debut album, Artifact which was born two years ago. The self-proclaimed “Electronic Bushman” has been quite occupied with projects’ beside his personal own, hence he collaborated with fellow rapper extraordinaire, AKA, on an album which many deemed as a classic – Be careful what you wish for, last year.

Anatii hosted a private listening session for his album, in a tucked away venue and many were in attendance to listen to the exquisite sounds of Anatii’s new offering.

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Our personal favourites from this body of work are songs like God's my best friend, Vuka, U Sangthanda Na? actually, come to think of it, this whole album is such a vibe man.

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