Thandiwe and Niambi Sala have been making a splash since their days parlaying with #TeamBackPack and their infamous cyphers. These women have graced us with their soulful significance and the power of knowing with every melody they’ve laid down on a track, and it has indeed been a sight for sore eyes.
The duo, better known collectively as OSHUN, exemplifies a neo-soul cadence with the candor of Hip-Hop. They display strong allusions to Floetry, as well as the quiet exuberance of everything that speaks for love, peace, healing.. similar to that of Dej Loaf’s “Try Me” (a personal favorite).
OSHUN, named after the a Yoruba Diety – “Mother of Love & Fresh Waters“, naturally have a flow as effervescent as the ancestors they wish to encapsulate. With the incantation “no one is enemy to water” appearing in the bio’s across nearly every media platform with their name on it, let their charismatic waves engulf you as you listen to their sure-to-be hit single below, “Burn“.