Sva - Sva: #IndodaEngenamali (Original Mix) @Sva_RSA
Life Aimer Productions presents to you what most would refer to as an anthem for gold diggers. Indoda Engenamali by Sva, is an urban Gqom/Sghubhu song that was produced by Deejay Soso. It addresses the issues of financially unstable men who get caught up in loveless relationships because majority of women can’t stand broke guys. This song basically says “Money talks” in a funky and entertaining way. It’s unique because it boasts some pretty but yet ratchet lyricism on a dance instrumental.
Both men and women are bound to relate to this particular track because to most women, a broke guy comes across as useless for failing to provide for his other half, and men in general, broke or loaded, have noticed that it’s hard to maintain a healthy relationship without financial stability. It seems more like an empty wallet results into an empty love life that can only “compensate” your loving heart with loneliness, which is sad that you have to settle for a painful compensation.
The timing of the release is perfect, considering the fact that we’re approaching festive season, a period whereby most men are going to be flashing around their bonus wages to impress women at parties, clubs/pubs, and other entertainment hangout joints. Don’t be surprised if Indoda Engenamali becomes the reason why your brother can’t afford to buy groceries next pay day, just blame it on the musical cyclone called Sva.
Money on its own, is a universal language, even foreign currency still makes the right sound to a gold digger’s ear. What makes the track even more of a hit is that somewhere within that sing-along, it also inspires men to work hard so that they can be able to financially provide for the fairer sex, which is a debatable philosophy that is actually motivational because even if as a man you don’t work hard for the sake of the woman/women (Depending on how many partners you prefer to roll with… Casanova) in your life, you can still do it for yourself; the aim is for the end to justify the means.
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