Pipi Pango has always been inspired by the challenge of creating new and unique beats because what’s popular changes, and as a producer and musician, you have to be flexible and keep up. Pango places an emphasis on great sound selection and provides quality that you can trust. As he continues to hone his skills and stay up to date with the latest trends in music production and styles, his renewed sense of passion for creating new music has been highlighted following his new EP, “Rhythms of The Motherland” which has been peppered by the globally attractive Afrobeats and Amapiano sounds.
Drawing from some of the most popular African sounds, Pango was able to engineer a 5-piece collection that invites a listener to dance in no time, right from the first track all the way to the last one.
“Tonight” features a thick slice of Amapiano vibe with hints of Afrobeats as Pango’s emotion-drenched vocals give vibrant life to this epic piece that literally whisks you away and pins you to the moon.
“Live life” features the dance-inducing Amapiano vibe that gets you dancing with reckless abandon once the beats jump at you with that impressive blend of invigorating rhythm and melody and still possesses that potent and bold presence. The dazzling instrumentation has been perfectly complemented by the incorporation of Pingo’s warm and enthusiastic vocals.
“Go Down: is an Afrobeat-inspired masterpiece that just makes you want to move your body as you fervently dance to the beats like no one’s watching.
Watch me as I step one by one, two by two, into the clubs with a braggadocios attitude as the speaker’s boom and shake with the tune “Control” escaping off of them—the inescapable Amapiano vibe wrapping itself around you and refusing to let go.
In its entirety, “Rhythms of The Motherland” takes you within the realms of an African paradise as you move uncontrollably to these infectious beats and catchy hooks.
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