Three areas of the DMV connect on “Zamunda.” I was previously only familiar with Timi Turnup from his work with Nisho. However Liv-id and &amo also give incredible bars on the song as well. The bars are solid and the punchlines are dope, all while the trio of artists discuss interpersonal relationships, time, self-esteem issues, money and a bevy of other concerns and topics. It’s one of those songs that you’ll be hardpressed to not like. Why? That’s because there’s quite literally something for everyone. You like lyricism and witty punchlines, “Zamunda” is for you. You like socially-conscious hip-hop with a look inward, this one’s for you. If you just like bops, you’ll like the track in my opinion.
Personally, I’m here because I love the production on “Zamunda” as well as the lyricism. That’s because it’s very boombappy without getting stuck in boombap. In other words, the beat feels almost timeless and not bound by any set parameters. Overall, it’s an incredible song, one that I feel keeps you intrigued with its lyricism and its production. Check it out below and remember to support dope music in all its forms.