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  • The Meister, Louie Van Wolf and CeeFuu celebrate love in ‘Ngifuna Wena’

    The Meister, Louie Van Wolf and CeeFuu celebrate love in ‘Ngifuna Wena’

    Pietermaritzburg-based musicians The Meister (Brian Mafela) and Louie Van Wolf (Luyanda Mtolo) teamed up with CeeFuu (Sbusiso Khanyile) on a new single titled Ngifuna Wena which was released on Friday 20 May. The highly-energetic and bass-heavy track is set to feature on their upcoming sophomore EP that is yet to be titled. 

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    THE MEISTER AND LOUIE VAN WOLF’S MUSIC JOURNEY

    The Meister, Louie Van Wolf and CeeFuu are fairly new to the music industry and have approximately 5 000 combined monthly listers on Spotify. 

    The Meister and Louie Van Wolf are self-taught producers who released their debut EP, Mended Dreams in July 2021. Their new single Ngifuna Wena follows the success of Manic Pixie Dream, a song the talented musicians released from their debut EP. 

    The track still regularly peaks at number one on the official Spotify “SAlt” playlist. 

    ‘NGIFUNA WENA’

    Ngifuna Wena is described as a declaration of love and a celebration of love. The lyrics were composed entirely by CeeFuu, who drew inspiration from his personal experiences with relationships.

    “Coming from previous bad experiences with women, I found someone who taught me how to love, be patient and be kind to myself. She taught me how to love her,” said the singer. 

    “In this song, I express my gratitude and appreciation for her and the never-failing love that I still love to receive to this day.”

    He penned the song after listening to the beat just once. 

    LISTEN TO ‘NGIFUNA WENA’ HERE 

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    WHAT’S NEXT FOR THE MEISTER AND LOUIE VAN WOLF?

    Following the release of Ngifuna Wena, The Meister and Louie Van Wolf are building on their underground success and hope to turn it into national success. 

    Their vision is to create music that incorporates elements from Mzansi with elements from the international music scene. 

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