❤ Afro Fresh: Jux, Ko-Jo Cue, J Molley, Stay True Sounds & more.


Featuring;  Emtee, Lulu James, TBO and more.

Indie dance label, Stay True Sounds, is about to cap off a fantastic year with the second edition of its self-titled compilation. Compiled by the stable’s boss, Kid Fonque, volume 2 features 12 songs from the most superb deep house maestros in Mzansi.

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KLA and Patty Monroe join forces for ‘Nobody’s Looking‘. On this alluring duet, the pair whisper sweet-nothings over an 808-kick.

The track has a sexy and cool feel minus the crazy.

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Preceded by two singles, ‘You Alone’ and ‘Dzo’ (featuring Worlasi), Ko-Jo Cue finally drops his project ‘For My Brothers‘.

As the title suggests, the album is a heartfelt letter to the men is the rapper’s life. Cue fuses elements of highlife with hip-hop and afrobeats, enlisting the likes of Lady Donli, Show Dem Camp, J.Derobie and more.

2019 has been a year where J Molley has come of age. The tale of his sense of growth first began in the middle of the year when he dropped ‘Flower Child‘. He extends of this theme on his latest cut, ‘Going Down‘. On it, he and featured artist, Emtee, address manhood and factious behaviour.

Your favourite African boy has been taking his time working on his debut body of work, ‘The Love Album‘. On the aptly titled project, the R&B king celebrates sensuality with his seductive vocals.

Many have swooned and will continue to do so over the 18-tracked collection.

Harrysong and BebeCool rock the dancehall in the spicy video for ‘RNB‘. This one will definitely be playing on repeat during the summer.

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Right off the bat of the ‘Say Fi‘ video, Kobla Jnr delivers a new joint called ‘Enter‘. In a similar line as the previous single’s video, the song is about inner conflict caused by desire.
Lulu James gives the lead single from her recent EP a make-over. ‘Zim Zimmer (The Remix Package)
features three new re-takes from Richy Ahmed, Simbad and TJ Rivalen.

TBO reminisces about puppy love on his newest offering, ‘Girls ‘n Raries‘. The trap & B cut, the crooner features high school bestie J-Octxber.

Chad Saaiman‘s latest track, ‘Are You Down‘ drips sweetness and a touch of nostalgia.

The song starts with vintage-styled bluesy horns before leaping into modern times with a kick. Mariechan lends her unforgettable voice to complete the package.

Oliver De Coque‘s style of Nigerian high-life blends modern high-life and traditional Igbo music that has produced hits such as ‘Biri Ka Mbiri (Live and Let Live)’.

The EP ‘Mbiri Ka Mbiri‘ has outstanding hits such as ‘Social Man‘ and ‘Otu Abughi Eze

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We’re one more stress away from the release of Dwson‘s sophomore album, ‘Say Less‘. The deep house extraordinaire drops the title track from the project.

The full-length body of work is set for the 8th of November.

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