20 Nov Silvastone, Nosipho, Wezi & More.
Featuring; Windows 2000, Patty Monroe, Sat-B and more.
Zanda Zakuza – “Khaya Lam'” (ft. Master KG & Prince Benza)
One would be able to recall that Zanda Zakuza and Master KG first created magic together in 2018 with the super-mega hit ‘Skeleton Move‘. On ‘Khaya Lam” – a gospel groove anthem – Zakuza takes the lead this time around and also enlists Prince Benza too.
Silvastone & Masterstepz – “Feeling Your Melody”
Silvastone revisits an oldie that is simply too good not to resist on ‘Feeling Your Melody‘. The vibrant tunes follows hot-on-the-heels of his last single, ‘Falling for You’.
On ‘Feeling Your Melody’, Silvastone gives his own spin of Masterstepz original ‘Melody’.
Just G – “On My Side”
Trapper and R&B vocalist, Just G, of ATM (African Trap Movement) releases his debut project, ‘On My Side’. The album tells a personal story from his upbring in the Eastern Cape to a reflection of his work behind the scenes.
DJ LeSoul – “Amabele” (ft. Deep Narratives, TNS & Blaqrhythms)
KZN-born and bred DJ LeSoul has spun discs behind the decs for the past seven years. Now the Gagasi FM radio personality is venturing into her music career with ‘Amabele‘ alongside Deep Narratives, TNS and Blaqrhythm.
Eku Fantasy – “Ayodele”
Electronic duo, Eku Fantasy gears up to release their double A-side project, ‘Ayodele/Domino‘ which is set for 4th December 2020. In the meantime, their twosome present the lead single’s ‘Ayodele‘ official video which is a tender song that explores a black man’s state of mind while he makes his way to meet his newborn son.
Windows 2000 – “I Remember” (ft. 25K)
Windows 2000 is an emerging voice in hip hop hailing all the way from Pretoria. On his new joint ‘I Remember’ he tag teams with 25K, where they flow about their shared experiences on a journey to better their lives.
Love don’t cost a thing.
Zambian songtress, Wezi, expresses the power of a love that cannot be substituted by money and materiel items on ‘Buy My Love‘.
I Want to Sing Gospel alum, Kgotso has managed to build himself quite the impressive profile ever since he appeared on the show in 2008. His journey continues with a brand new album named after a traditional South African hymn ‘Ndikhokhele Bawo‘.
Patty Monroe wraps her serendipitous self-realisation in song on ‘Perfect Timing‘. The offering is a showing of both personal and creative growth.
Sat-B – “Romantic Sounds”
Award-winning Burundian superstar Sat-B readies the release of his unbelievably debut project ‘Romantic Sounds‘ which drops on 27th November. The 9-track body of work is an assertive statement of his dominance in his native country and his surefire takeover in East Africa.
‘Romantic Sounds’ features collaborations with some of Africa’s top acts such as Herbert Skillz who is enlisted on the lead single ‘Baby Girl’.
Phantom Steeze amalgamates trap and kwaito on his mini-album ‘Trapstula‘ – a portmanteau of trap and pantsula. On the promo track, ‘Steezy‘, Phantom re-invents the wheel of nostalgia as he interpolates two nursery rhymes over a booming trap beat.
‘Trapstula’ drops on 4th December.
Tim Lyre – “K.A.P”
Tim Lyre sustains the stellar run he had over the lockdown period with the release of his forthcoming EP, ‘K.A.P‘. The acronym which stands for Keep Applying Pressure personifies this stance.
As part of the lead-up to its release, Lyre provide ‘Rewind‘ alongside JVSH as a teaser. ‘K.A.P’ officially launches on 27th November 2020.
China Charmeleon – “My Father’s Records”
China Charmeleon is not one to rest on his laurels. Following the resounding success of his debut album released in May 2020, Charmeleon is ready to serve another one. ‘My Father’s Records‘ is built around soulful samples that are reminiscent of his childhood.
‘My Father’s Records’ is slated for 18th December 2020. There is more music on the way. Here’s ‘Hallelujah‘ until then.