? Afro Fresh: Nyashinski, The Big Hash, Yanga ft The Soweto Gospel Choir & Amanda Black, FKA Mash & The Lazarus Man, 2Lee Stark, Ntando & more

? Afro Fresh: Nyashinski, The Big Hash, Yanga ft The Soweto Gospel Choir & Amanda Black, FKA Mash & The Lazarus Man, 2Lee Stark, Ntando & more


Featuring; Amanda Black, Soweto Gospel Choir, A-Reece & more.

Stay young…

The Hash theory is simple; make the top range product on the block and you’d remain Young forever.

Now available on every platform worldwide, The Big Hash is cementing his space locally and crafting his entry to the world stage with the 15 track LP called ‘Young’.  Mostly produced by 808, Young was carefully crafted to awaken the vibe in you while Hash shows off his capabilities with finesse.

Featuring A-Recce, Southside Mohammed, Flame, Tshego, Solve The Problem and popsnotthefather, Young is for the replay button!


Keep it running…

This star Kenyan rapper Nyashinski is also by default, a ‘Marathon Runner‘.  His new joint is all dancehall/reggae vibes that preach perseverance, despite the situation.

Keep jogging!

Perhaps we could journey together…First, for her 2019, Yanga is making her way to her ‘Promise Land‘ and she’s got the right company with her.

Working with Amanda Black and the Soweto Gospel Choir on her first track following her win at 2018’s Idols SA competition.

The singer is set on chasing the lofty realms while acknowledging the deep dark depths with her music.

More sauce anyone?Produced by a genuis on the beat Zocci Coke Dope, South African hip-hop act 2Lee Stark works with the Dream Team for his new single ‘Saucin‘.

Reckon you’ve go the drip to turn this up?

Let the rhythm lift you…

As South African afrosoul singer, Ntando gears up for his eighth studio album, we have the pleasure of listening to the lead and title track off the project ‘Nono‘.

Let the healing begin…Malombo takes us through a sacred spiritual journey of healing in ‘Sangoma’.  Famously, known for their work with the late Dr Philip Tabane, Malombo revisits one of their landmark albums.

The band’s name is derived from a Vhavenda ritual of rejuvenation which is often closed off to outsiders.

Through this album, the group explores this world and puts it up to a wider audience.

It’s like you were meant to hear this…

One of South Africa’s dance music treasure still blooming; FKA Mash speaks the past into the present in Deja Vu with spokenword don Lazarusman.

The project is a 2 part release containing an original mix and a glitch dub by Mash.

They’ve just come from shaking up stages, moving feet and winning hearts at the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts and now? it’s pre-add time.Easy Freak have spent the last year working on and refining their sound and this project says in melody, what they want you to know.

Expected on the 3rd of May, “no LIES” is easy listening, feel-good vibes and groove.

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