Wurld returns just in time for a dramatic end to summer with a two-pack single that solidifies his mark as an avant-garde artist following his stellar two-year project run. From Sarz collab, I Love Gurls With Trobul to the seven-track Afrosoul to the just-released, two-pack, MWWU, he proves to be an all-rounder with the same spunk, his muse on the first single, Spunk, possesses.
In just under ten minutes, Wurld reminds us what Afrofusion truly entails with a dense offering of soul on the opener, Spunk, a single that takes meaning and credibility from the coupling of its heady bass and his even more alluring lines that matches the outpour of sensuality in the accompanying Chad Tennies directed video.
Still, within the confines of bass, an instrument Wurld never fails to appreciate, Stamina, the second single leverages the popularity and intoxicating nature of South Africa’s Gqom drums, Amapiano’s most appreciated ingredient. On Stamina, Wurld’s smooth and easy vocals ring loud and true along with the raw feelings he emotes over the springy instrumental.
MWWU is typical Wurld in every context. From his affinity for soul-searing, sexy sounds to his flexible songwriting skills among other prominent features, it shares the exact does of Wurld needed in times like this.