12 Apr 12th April: Pappy Kojo ft $pacely, Soweto’s Finest ft Kid X, Ashley Stephanie, Thami & more.
Featuring; Yung L, Charlie Kay & Terrence McKay & Stanley Enow & more.
Head over heels.
Ashley Stephanie returns to the scene and she is crazy in love in her latest single, ‘Tomber“, which means fall [for you] in French. The Cameroonian beauty shares her joy on a sick E-Kelly beat and can’t help but feel the infectious vibes.
Given up on love.
Following the success of his debut album, ‘Never Lost’, Thami switches up the beat on his ode to heartbreak, ‘Angsajoli‘.
On the track, Thami has given up on love despite putting his all because he has been played one too many times.
Pappy Kojo – “Blessing” ft. $pacely
Straight off the back of a private listening session, Pappy Kojo provides another teaser from his forthcoming project, and this one is called ‘Blessing’.
Much like its anthemic predecessor, ‘Blessing’ goes in hard on the motivation and positive spirit tip. This ultra-cool single features $pacely on the hook.
Charlie Kay lets us into the studio for his brand spanking music video for ‘Murudo‘ ft. Gemma Griffiths. The visuals are simple and show off the duet partners’ chemistry at work.
Soweto’s Finest – “Sgubhu Re-Up” ft. Kid X
Proclaimed Kings of Sbujwa, Soweto’s Finest, venture into a different part of the music industry with their official debut single ‘Sgubu The Re-Up’.
As the fellas were originally and still are a dance crew it was almost a natural progression to bring on the party with this fiery tune.
Everything fits perfectly together like a puzzle including, the easy breezy verse delivered by Kid X.
Amapiano Fever.It is pretty sure to state now that amapiano has taken over South Africa and shows no sign of slowing down. So much so that this Pitori-emergent sound is infiltrating the Durban music scene
with the finest DJs and producers of the east coast giving their spin of this style in ‘Amapiano – The Remix Project EP‘.
The project features reworks from DJ Wonder, DJ Sonic and DJ Websta.
Terrence McKay – “Jola Nawe”
Wrapping up a love-filled week of music is the most dapper dude of them all, Terrence McKay with ‘Jola Nawe’.
McKay funks up an apologetic love letter and oh man it sounds so good.
JOLLIFICATION: “to be jolly, happy and cheerful”.Yung L welcomes us into his high-spirited world on his latest project, ‘Jollification – The EP‘. This body of work is a follow-up from his debut album ‘Better Late Than Never’.
His collabo with Reekado Banks, ‘Get Up’ is just but the tip of the iceberg.
Be ready to immerse yourself in the effervescent spirit of ‘Jollification’ on 19th May 2019.
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