Saudi Explains Why Emtee Is The Only Feature On His Forthcoming Album. Just one more week until we have the opportunity to delve into Saudi’s highly anticipated album, “Msotra Dont Die.”
In a bid to create much-needed momentum, the rapper recently unveiled the tracklist for his upcoming 19-track album scheduled for release on December 1, 2023. Despite the substantial number of tracks in his body of work, fans were astonished to find that Saudi only collaborated with Emtee on the song “Nkalakatha,” which serves as the album’s lead single.
Taking to Twitter, (X) Saudi took a moment to elaborate on the decision to feature only Emtee on the album. The rapper expressed that he highly valued the presence of the Hustler on his project and acknowledged him as his industry brother. The “There She Goes” hitmaker also gave credit to the producers mostly Ruff who contributed to the completion of his upcoming album.
While fans were eager for a triple threat collaboration featuring Saudi, Sjava, and Emtee on a track from the “Msotra Dont Die” album, Saudi mentioned that Sjava played a crucial role behind the scenes in ensuring the smooth process of the album.
“Yessir. I needed EMTEE on my NEW ALBUM. That’s my real brother. I worked with so many great producers on this album. I’m so grateful 🙏❤️ Me & My Father @Ruff_atm right back in sync, God knows how much I need him to be who and what I am. Sjava was a part of the whole process too!” Saudi said.
From the album cover, it’s clear how significant the album is to Saudi, given that he utilized a picture from his mother’s wedding day. The rapper openly stated that the project is a dedication to his mother, emphasizing that she is the inspiration behind the creative work. MSOTRA “DON’T DIE is both D E D I C A T E D to & inspired by my beloved mother,” Saudi said.