Babes Wodumo and her manager, in June 2017, when a visa bungle stopped her travelling to BET Awards. Picture: Zanele Zulu/ANA Pictures

The hotly anticipated 'Black Panther' album was released on Friday, and while Mzansi initially celebrated Babes Wodumo flying the SA flag high, the Gqom Queen has left fans wanting.

Fans were let down by Wodumo's lyrical contribution, as the artist is only heard singing "Oh my word, oh my gosh" and "Everybody says kikiritikiki". They were also disappointed that the song featured the gqom artist's boyfriend and manager Manpintsha — many hoped that Wodumo would use the 'Black Panther' opportunity to release a song without Manpintsha's influence. 

The movie also features Wodumo's hit track, 'Wololo'.

Babes Wodumo and other local artists featured on #BlackPanther soundtrack

Read some of the fans' responses below: