Souljah – Gloria Existensivs

The new single by Souljah marks the 23rd year of their journey as one of Jamaican sound outfits in Indonesia that is still massive and productive. 

With a slight touch of baba-boom bassline in the chord progression, it reminds us of the joyous moment of evergreen hits. The song opens the door towards the inner circle of Souljah, an exclusive space to welcome near-cult names on the land as their collaborators. They share and acquire an enormous energy with and from names like Iga Massardi, Ocan SIagian, Fauzan Lubis, Jimi Multhazam, Tuan Tigabelas, DJ Apink Katerachy, and Bounty Ramadhan in this single hit. 

With their guaranteed signature, those big names mentioned above make ‘GLORIA EXISTENSIVS’ become a wider Jamaican sound composition with various infusions.

As a title, ‘GLORIA EXISTENSIVS’ comes from a stylised word of ‘Gloria Eksistensius’ or it can be an authentic spoonerism of Souljah toward the slogan of ‘Gloria Exercitvs.’ It’s like a continuum of the exceptional captions in their previous releases.  

The frontwoman, Danar Pramesti comes with her smart and sharp dictions upon the verse. She brings forth the phenomenon of diglossia as an introduction to self-introspection. Wittily she shared a role in delivering messages with other guests in this tune, a message that hopefully can reach a wider audience just like its music composition and deserves amen! not only from their fans, braddasouljah.

To open the April of 2021 Kultur would recommend this single to be played again and again on your favourite DSP. And when you are with Souljah on ‘GLORIA EXISTENSIVS,’ be happy! Can we get amen! to this?
(Words:Sam, Translation:Yedi)


  • Show Comments (0)

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

comment *

  • name *

  • email *

  • website *

You May Also Like

Conrad Good Vibration “Control Your Temper”

New single from Conrad Good Vibration

Roadblock Dub Collective feat. Terranova – Sepinggungan

A vibe of tribal ritual from Roadblock Dub Collective