? Afro Fresh: House Afrika, $pacely, El Mukuka, Trigmatic & more.


Featuring;  Ko-Jo Cue, Zola 7,  and more.

After months of formulation, and a week of teasing, Trigmatic finally shares his new creationThe Eighth Element‘.

The album features gems that Trigmatic has dropped over the past couple of months such as ‘Aka K33 Moko’ (ft. Joey B, Kwame Jnr & Aka Blay) as well as ‘Something Dey’ with Nii.

Trigmatic also steps out of his comfort on the most recent track ‘Dzen Tsakemo‘ alongside Wiyaala, O.T and Sena.

The full project is now available on all platforms

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Cueber and Sebastien Dutch individually bring new life to El Mukuka‘s sensational single – ‘Colder‘. Each producer favours a style that they have been popular know for with Cueber presenting an afro-house rendition whilst Dutch goes darker on an afro-tech route.

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Silvastone and Ayo Beatz live it up big in Dubai with their ride-or-dies in the new ‘By My Side‘ video. This is the fifth video from the accompanying ‘Affirmation‘ EP.

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The build-up to $pacely‘s ‘Fine$$e or Be Fine$$ed’ has been a long one and quite frankly worth the wait. The Ghanaian star has been on a band of memorable collaborations as a featured artist. Now, all that has culminated into his debut EP.

The La Même member proclaimed that the project is a bridge between the new age culture as well as mainstream afrobeats.

Of course with the rapport he has gained, there is a list of A-list collaborators such as Joey B and Pappy Kojo just to mention a few.

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House Afrika and Born In Soweto have been at the vanguard of the current commercial success of amapiano. Since 2016, the two renowned entities have been putting together one hit compilation after the other.
Amapiano Volume 5‘ marks the evolution of this sound that has been at high tides across South Africa. The 12-track party starter features works from De Mthuda, Bantu Elements, El Maestro, LuuDadeejay and more.

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Zola7 is an icon who has been out of the limelight for a little close to 15 years. However, the music created from the late ’90s to the mid-’00s has been influential in the current vein of South African hip-hop.
He makes a triumphant return on  ‘Skobho ne-Hennessey‘. The track even a self-reference to his biggest hit ‘Umdlwembe’.

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Dwson is enjoying a beautiful part of his career. Hot-on-the-heels of a Best Music Video win at the recent Dance Music South Africa Awards the producer extraordinaire is ready to drop his next album, ‘Say Less‘.

Dwson provides two tracks to give fans a sneak peek into what to expect. The first is ‘Till You See It’ (featuring J’Something) and an instrumental titled ‘Late Nights’. The full-length body of work is set for the 8th of November with more music to come before then.

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A tale for the modern-day Ghanaian man, Ko-Jo Cue puts pen to paper in his debut album “For My Brother”; a heartfelt audio letter to the listener.

The album features previously released single You Alone and a brand new one with Worlasi called Dzo. Both tracks are available immediately once you pre-add the project.

The full work is expected on the 1st of November 2019

Shangaan electro legend, Penny Penny, forages into new territory on his latest offering ‘Silima Watolovela‘. Built on his recent spat with the politician, Julius Malema the project sees Papa Penny lean towards amapiano.
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