17 May ? Afro Fresh: Gigi Lamayne, Kid Fonque, Verchi ft. Harrysong, DJ PH, Mx Blouse & more.
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Featuring, King Monada, Sdudla noma1000, Boity, Kwesta and more.
Verchi – “Shabba” ft. Harrysong
Party like it’s 1991.
Verchi pays homage to Shabba Ranks in his latest single ‘Shabba‘ ft. Harrysong.
The track samples the aforementioned artist’s signature song ‘Mr. Loverman’ and sprinkles some 21st-century flavour on it.
After 20 years of being behind the scenes and helping develop the finest crop of house musicians, Kid Fonque, finally releases his debut album titled ‘I Move to a Different Beat‘.The album is a remarkable display of putting together all the minute details meticulously over time.
This is fully represented by the array of artists featured on the project such as Ziyon, Cards on Spokes, Nia Andrews and more.
Red Robyn presents a two-part doccie-video for the official release of ‘The Pits‘.
The video interrogates the need for self-identification following a toxic relationship. Shot in her hometown of Wentworth, Durban – Red Robyn and director, Jethro Westraad
paint a biographical image sweeping through places like Robyn’s old school grounds and a local park.
On Cloud 9.
That’s where Gigi Lamayne is right now following the success of her Gigi Gang Show earlier this month.
To celebrate this feat she calls on King Monada for this gqom-rap fusion anthem, ‘Fufa’.
Mx Blouse makes lemonade out of the lemons they got from life on ‘Ukufa‘. The song was written during a period
where Blouse was gravely ill and addresses the subject of one’s existence as well as the inevitable ending.
Taking it up several notches.
Lioness (Namibia), Boity (South Africa) and Nazizi (Kenya) get in formation of this Coke Studio Africa collaboration.
‘Switch It Up‘ depicts the emcees in positions of power and these visuals are fits more all queens around the world.
Welcome to the Power Circle.
If you ever wondered what a hip-hop track would sound like with an amapiano influence DJ PH has the answer for you with his latest banger ‘uGesi‘.
On this electrifying track, he enlists the help of Makwa, Kwesta, Maraza and August Child.
The mash-up of trap and amapiano is guaranteed to bring music lovers together on the dancefloor.
Sdudla noma1000 share the hardships a parent goes through to provide for their child on ‘Mntanami‘. The song is taken from the duo’s summer album, ‘Freedom’.