Tilo ngwana Rashaka
Botswana’s multi-platinum selling cultural group, Culture Spears is back in the market with their fifth traditional album, Kulanche, released today Friday 02 May 2014.
Apart from upholding the K factor, this album is different from the previous four albums in terms of the number of tracks. It has become customary for Culture Spears to do a six-track album, but Kulanche contains at least 8 songs.
“I would like to take this moment and thank those who have been supporting our music since 2005. Keep it up,” a statement from Culture Spears read.
Amid media speculations that the group is falling apart and that some principal members of the group do not see eye to eye, Culture Spears took swipe at their detractors hinting that all is well in their camp.
“Together as Kulenyane studio family we stand, apart we fall,” they said.
Kulanche’s track list:
Pitso e kgolo
I’m one the first people to offer a constructive criticism where I see fit. Equally, I’m one of the first few people to sing Culture Spears’ praises. Culture Spears is undeniably the greatest cultural group I’ve ever come across. SOUTH AFRICA WILL BE WAITING!!!! HAMBA CULTURE SPEARS….