With 'The Healing', which just like its predecessor, 2018's 'Emakhosini', barely counts three tracks (including two steaming compositions of 16 and 19 minutes), South African whirlwind BCUC (Bantu Continua Uhuru Consciousness) led by front man Zithulele 'Jovi' Zabani Nkosi provides an appropriate final part to a trilogy that started with 'Our Faith' back in 2016. As descendants of tribes like the Zulus and Shona, who see music as therapy, BCUC plays from the ancestral axiom that music has the power to heal our mind by liberating our body. What's new is that BCUC also invited two guests for 'The Healing': in 'Sikhulekile' Femi Kuti's saxophone was given a prominent place and the voice of American rapper, singer-songwriter and slam-poet Saul Williams appears in closing track 'Isivunguvungu'. Zithulele greatly summarizes: "We are the original spirit of jazz, we are the foundation of rock'n'roll! My magic flow is contagious, it's nothing like pop music, it's something that grows inexorably in you!".