DJ Lag’s Debut EP, Uhuru has got a numerous publication’s talking about his latest EP, Uhuru.
Resident Advisor breaks down the meaning of Uhuru in their review of Lag’s latest release here.
Alessandro Gueli of Texx and the City refers to ‘the quality of his production‘ to be ‘sweetly subtle‘ in their review here.
Sho Magazine spreads the word of Uhuru here, explaining how the connection between Diplo and Lag first started.
Mix Mag shares their thoughts on Lag’s latest release here, discussing the value of Lag’s release on Diplo’s label, Good Enuff.
Henry Bruce-Jones from Fact describes uThayela, the sub-genre of Gqom as ‘a harder-edged sound designed for sweaty clubs‘ in their review, here.
Sabelo Mkhabela of OkayAfrica points our that ‘the songs just thump a bit harder’ as they dig into Uhuru here.
You can listen to Uhuru here.