Dry Your Eyes - Written and dedicated to Nerwich’s brother Brett who passed away recently, Dry your eyes is a bare offering from one brother to another.
A blues guitar riff sets up a raw and emotional vocal - new territory for Nerwich. It all sits tight in a pocket hip hop groove! The track reaches its climax as Nerwich blows a soulful saxophone over a harmonious blend of horns.

Hey Now - A track that reflects on the current political climate in South Africa, Hey Now features South African Mc Soul Pros with a honest take on life for those struggling and hustling to make a life for themselves, and then Nerwich takes it back to the Shtetl......

One Fine Day – A musical interpretation of Nerwich's children's book, if De La Soul met Dr. Seuss, this is what it would sound like.

The Whisperer - This conceptual work explores the misrepresentation of truth and its blind acceptance, the consequences of which result in discrimination, hate and ultimately war - fertile ground for further exploitation.

The Other Side Of Midnight - Featuring Lee Thomson on trumpet, The Other Side of Midnight creates a reflective space. With its hypnotic broken beat and sweeping guitars, punctuated by the sound of harmonized saxophones. Brotherly Love – Co-produced by Leighton Moody, this is an easy head bobber featuring soprano saxophones signing melodies sweet and soulful.

Dr. Feelgood – an ode to the late and great musical legend Prince and the second single to be released.
Yilibaleni - A collaboration with Kanyi Mavi - Yilibaleni was the precursor to Dr. Feelgood and is a thumbing Afro-house banger.

Thanks for The Struggles - Inspired by Ari Kruger's Short film Focus, This tender blend of film score composition and contemporary hip hop lay the foundation for Nerwich to offer some of the lessons he has learnt in the last years.
Faith - A sonic painting bound together by the masterful drumming of Kevin Gibson. Found objects, Saxophone and organ blend to create a space for thought and contemplation 

BEHIND THE SCENES