Afro Fresh; ? Tribute To Mandela & Lucky Dube, Skriim, Elzo Jamdong, Makwa 6, Tendaness & more

Afro Fresh; ? Tribute To Mandela & Lucky Dube, Skriim, Elzo Jamdong, Makwa 6, Tendaness & more

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100 years! One man. A million lives.In celebration of the Madiba legacy i.e not just Nelson Mandela the icon but everything he stood for and everyone who fought the same fight in more ways than one, African Cream has put together an exquisite compilation of speeches & songs that represent this legacy in a project they’ve tagged ‘uTata; A Tribute To Madiba‘.

The compilation features Yvonne Chaka Chaka, the African Cream Jazz Ensemble, Spokes Mashiyane, Skipper Shabalala, Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela & a few more.

This is a collection deserving on every library, so get to it & share with someone else.

Press Play for an immense viewing pleasure!From his latest body of work Macina, this Senegalese-born charmer Elzo Jamdong shares the visuals for SAÏ SAÏ.

Shot on the streets of France, the visuals full of character, the edits clean, the story amusing and charming, the official video for SAÏ SAÏ is a must see…

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The REAWAKENING!From Central Africa, the sounds of Cameroonian DJ/producer Skriim, are revitalising, full of energy, character and culture! Skriim’s fusion of deep electro/dance with classic afro-tunes & some sprinkle of middle eastern vibes makes for pleasurable rebirth!

Featuring Song Bird, Marlene and Dready Christ, Renaissance is addictive

Makwa – 6

6 took the South African airwaves by surprise, the people asked, now here are the visuals!Under the RapLyf crew, Makwa is not only an extraordinary producer but a lyricist with a flow for real one. Seeing as the single 6 was inspired and named after the section in which this young genius was born and bred in Katlehong, the decision to keep the location as real as the message in the song, could not have been a better one.

The train is speeding past! Can you hop on?After losing the legend Ray Phiri, the group Stimela still have one thing that glues them together; the music! and they’ve made a hell of a collection in this new album ‘Catch The Train

In keeping with the vision of a ‘transformation’ of sorts since the passing of Ray, the band enlisted the help of younger musicians for the making of this project, one they are extremely proud of and one they hope will perfectly relay the message of reassurance to their fans worldwide.


Chess Nthusi – “No Entry”

If the vibes are off, entry is denied!

Kenyan musician Chess Nthusi shares s new single ‘No Entry‘ alongside the visuals. Produced Neevo, this high energy single is a word from an empowered woman, who is done with everything that is less action more talk.

Now for the groove!This only had a few requirements; turn up your volume, lose the inhibitions and then jive to Nigerian musician Specdo‘s latest single ‘Branama’

Jika  – “Tendaness”

Up for 3 Nominations – Video of the Year, Song of the Year & Best collaboration at the 2018 Swaziland Music Awards (SWAMA Awards), Jika by Tendaness ft Bholoja & LO, is a must listen and definitely a must watch!



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