▶ Afro Fresh: Elzo Jamdong, Lungi Naidoo, Tony Ross, Efe & more.

▶ Afro Fresh: Elzo Jamdong, Lungi Naidoo, Tony Ross, Efe & more.


Featuring;  Olamide, Charisma, Tulenkey, Vanessa Mdee and more.

Blaqbonez finally gives us something for the eyes as he provides the visual treatment for his smash hit, ‘Mamiwota‘.
The video shows Blaqbonez and collaborator, Oxlade, having fun with their beloveds.
We have to admit grocery shopping has never looked this good.

Lungi Naidoo rises from the ashes with ‘Hawu Lami‘.Reborn into a better space she soothingly sings on a love that has been put through trying times and conquered all obstacles in its path.

Nothing but love on the brain.It’s back-to-back love songs for this week as Charisma and Njerae get together for ‘Tuthi Nawe‘. The tender harp-tinged tune is charming and is a call to sway with your partner on the floor.

It’s lit! In a literal sense.
Elzo Jamdong brings a spark of neon lights effects to his video for ‘Jengu‘. The song is from his January 2019 release ‘Free Season 2‘.

Dibi proves that he is a man of his word has he drops the follow up to his EP ‘Wait Till June’. This new body of work is called ‘Up Till Now‘.
The album title is pretty much self-explanatory as the it chronicles his life experiences so far coupled with his trajectory and ambitions for the future.

Efe illustrates that he is a witty wordsmith on ‘Scammer‘. This humorous mid-tempo track is his second of the year and has him listing innumerable scams and empty promises.The song features Ghanaian rapper, Tulenkey, who is enjoying a lot of buzz around him and as a statement it highlights that everyone is a scammer on some level.

Belle 9ice – “No Love – Remix” ft. Kolly da Magic

Belle 9ice presents the visuals for the uber smooth ‘No Love Remix‘. 9ice and duet partner, Kolly da Magic, visit the countryside for this one.

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Loui Lvndn – “How Come You Are Not”

Loui Lvndn  funks it up in his latest single, ‘How Come You Are Not?‘ The track is taken from his SAMA-nominated album – ‘Your Princess is in Another Castle‘.
The East London native draws his musical inspiration from various spheres of pop culture such as gaming and film, and on this neon-bass track, nothing seems more overt than that.
The song was inspired by the dance scene between Uma Thurman and John Travolta in the 1994 movie, Pulp Fiction.

Bathi back to kasi.
That’s the theme for Just Jabba‘s new visual treatment for ‘Guluva‘. The classic definition of a ghetto superhero.


Tony Ross has been hard at work on his much-anticipated project, ‘Beatsography‘. This super producer has been fine-tuning every single song to the beat, and now it is almost here.

The album features some of Africa’s current greatest artists, including Olamide and Magnito  on ‘Ahh!’, which is now available when you pre-add the album. Other collaborations include Vanessa Mdee, Joeboy, Dice Ailes and more.

Meanwhile, you can make sure you get it on pre-save.


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