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The project sees her blend her poetic writing talent with her euphonious and soothing voice.
Mx Blouse is among the crop of artists that are re-inventing kwaito music through the incorporation of electronic music. On their new single ‘Papgeld‘ they put their flow on full display.
‘Papgeld’ is a South African term for child support and Mx Blouse uses this track to address this particular social subject.
Malawi’s Onesimus and South Africa’s Vusi Nova provide us with an upbeat praise to God on their pairing, ‘Baba God‘.
The pop worship track sees the duo give gratitude for all that He has provided to them throughout their lives.
Robin Thirdfloor knocks on the ears with a heavy bass on ‘Gibela‘. The anthemic dark tune has irresistible written all over it and is taken from his early 2019 album – ‘Zithande (A Story About Self Love)‘.
This is truly one of the ultimate odes to kwaito.
Lulu James reflects on the tracing and exploration of her roots in her upcoming offering ‘Lulu James Presents 3rdCultureKid‘.
The UK-raised Tanzanian singer provides a peek into this EP with ‘Zim Zimmer‘. The full project is expected to drop on 20 September 2019.
The group is gifting fans with an unheard track, ‘Number Wan’, along with previously released singles including ‘Bad Manners’ (featuring Victoria Kimani) ahead of the full release on 30 August 2019.
Beats Sampras is done and dusted with its mellow debut album, ‘Cruise‘. The chillout anthology is preceded by the lead single ‘Stop & Go’ which you can enjoy more of when you get the album on pre-order.
Watch out for another new track next week before the album comes out on 06 September 2019.