Sulu dropped the trilogy for his starved fans for the festive season but not everyone was impressed with the project.
One fan named Masiyiwa Masiyiwa commented: “Take your time and polish up, this is too raw” and a number of fans supported his sentiments.
However, some fans defended Sulu calling him the “Elon Musk of music” while others loved the change which they referred to a “innovation” in the arts sector.
The talented musician often referred to as Captain decided to fuse the original dendera sound with the amapiano beat in the Chipfuti Pfuti trilogy, something his die hard fans feel was not necessary.
It is not the first time Sulumani has taken that route as he did it before in the Jamboree album which has similar fused sounds that incorporated house music beats in songs like Error, Alice Mbewe among others.
Amapiano is also another form of house music from South Africa which has taken the music sector by storm with fusion of sounds like jazz and deep house.
In the latest Chipfuti Pfuti trilogy, Sulumani Chimbetu followed the same route in song titled “Transformer” which the song “Khakhi” has two versions one featuring Jah Signal and a dance version.
The song “Khakhi” talks about ill-treatment by a friend, mjolo issues, the issue of rape among other social issues including the story of Grant Mahlahla who stayed in ceiling for years.
Sulu also touched on the issue of vandalism and electricity property theft through the song “Transformer” bemoaning that it affects economic activities.
The trilogy which was produced by Oskid and Macelo proves that Sulu is ready to swim in any pool without sinking.