I have been searching for this song for longest time online (don't worry it plays after the ad). I was gutted to find it wasn't available on iTunes because it was a hidden track on Tumi's album, Whole Worlds, but today after many, many months of looking on global online music stores, I stumbled upon it on 3Music Store!!! Its totally mystic to find it today during the World Cup, it's a nice soundtrack when thinking back through the hopes, triumphs and disasters of days gone past. I'm happy to have found it, but this is not the original track I first heard on the HipHocalypse Show. In that track Tumi (SA) was rapping about how the rap game's changed and how some of his boys have sold out or moved on. Zubz (Zimbabwe/Zambia) kills it in a verse where he rhymes about xenophobia in S.A. I guess they had to tie in with the whole World Cup theme and it's still a siiick track. DigIT! Tumi & Zubz are, without doubt, the baddest emcees in Southern Africa.
(along with Jabba, HHP, Ben Sharpa & Fifth Floor, of course.)
For those interested, both Tumi and Zubz's albums are available on iTunes & Amazon.
In DOPE Music WE Trust.