“Jungle” by SuperJazzClub is here.

‘Jungle’ sees the indie collective SuperJazzClub tapping into their love of atmospheric sounds and fusing that with African rhythms. The 3+ minutes song takes off with an ambient performance of vocals and ASMR-like details of whispers. The song proceeds into the afro rhythm while still maintaining its ambient elements.

SuperJazzClub/Photo by Common Juls

Off the back of releasing two music videos earlier this year, Ghanaian Collective, SuperJazzClub are back with new music and aim to grow their newfound audience.

‘Jungle’ serves as a cautious reminder of deceit usually in the domain of romantic relationships. The song warns its audience to be mindful of people who would say anything just to win the trust and get what they want. Written by all members of the collective and produced by ‘Spend Some Time’ [Amaarae & Wande Coal] producer, Øbed.

SuperJazzClub continues to push the boundaries of experimentation in music through fusion with the ‘Jungle’ which is available on Streaming Platforms now.

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