? Afro Fresh: Sauti Sol, Silvastone ft. Fuse ODG, House Afrika, Madala Kunene, Gbafun, Candy Bleakz & more.

? Afro Fresh: Sauti Sol, Silvastone ft. Fuse ODG, House Afrika, Madala Kunene, Gbafun, Candy Bleakz & more.

Featuring;  Naira Marley, Yanga, Just Jabba, Amanda Black and more.

Silvastone – “Move Body (Remix)” ft. Fuse ODG

Shaking it into the weekend.
Last week Silvastone dropped the official music video for Move Body‘ much to the delight of his fans with a challenge to create a remix.

To top that off, he has dropped the official remix for the song featuring, Fuse ODG.
The track premiered on BBC 1xtra. This is a sure fire way to lead into his summer tour across the UK.

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Pantsula for Life.Musically, Just Jabba draws his inspiration from 90s kwaito music which dominated the scene well into the early 2000s.

With the proliferation of nu-age kwaito re-inventing and re-invigorating this style – never has a track borrowed authentically to the kwaito movement as his debut single, ‘Guluva‘.

The one-half of Bougie Pantsula features fellow Africori family member, Mx Blouse on this one.

Sauti Sol hosts the dopest house party around for the quartet’s latest visuals, ‘Extravaganza‘.The striking video showcases the vibrancy of a Sol Generation good time with tailored suits and impeccable drip to match.

The song is a vehicle to display the awesome talent that Sol Generation has in its roster, which includes, Bensoul, Nviiri the StorytellerCrystal Asige & Kaskazini who are all featured on this track.

No one knows more about how to hit the streets hard with a banger than a Street Billionaire. Candy Bleakz is one such person and crafting a street slapper like ‘Owo Osu’ comes naturally to her.She enlists trend makers, Naira Marley & Zlatan on this one.

Yanga‘s stars just keep on rising.
Following an impressive showcase at her recent album launch where she teased the video for ‘Promised Land‘, the latest Idols SA champion shares her video.
Shot in the abandoned dystopic mine dumps of Johannesburg, Yanga breeds new life into the desolate place with her soaring vocals.
The track features fellow Idols SA alumna Amanda Black and 3-time Grammy Award-winning Soweto Gospel Choir.

THE AMAPIANO TAKEOVER.Last week, we saw the release of two amapiano tracks (‘iGama’ & ‘Bum Bum – Original Mix’) from South Africa’s biggest dance label, House Afrika.

Little did fans know that this would be part of the label’s first edition of the appropriately titled compilation; ‘Amapiano is A Lifestyle‘.

The album features the greatest party starters, including the smash hit ‘Sesha‘ by De Mthuda & Njelic.

Gbafun teams up with Lemon & Opdate for his sophomore solo single called ‘Daun‘. The song is a street call to action that will have you hitting the dancefloor harder than you can imagine.

What’s better than 1 legend? 2 of course.
This is exactly what we get as iconic jazz guitarists, Madala Kunene & Themba Mokoena join forces for ‘Durban Poison – At Last‘.
The two gentlemen hit us with a high of smooth listening as they layer and intertwine their chords.

Nuttin’ but love for you.Still on the smooth note of a different kind is Garde with ‘Appreciation‘, featuring Yanga Yaya.

This song is an affirmation of love when sometimes the right words cannot be found to express the feeling.

Dibi may be on the come up but he is already making his intentions known with his lightning flow.
In his latest video for ‘New Guys‘, he hits the streets of Newtown along with Jay Hood, with the sole purpose of making themselves heard and seen.


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