09 Jul Straffitti, Blaq Jerzee, Red Robyn & more
Featuring; Jux, Yinoluu, Leon Lee and more.
Straffitti – “Cakes” (ft. PatrickxxLee & Kashcpt)
Hot on the heels of his collaborative EP with Gcl3f, Straffitti rocks the scene with a new joint. “Cakes” is a hip hop track that features South Africa rappers PatrickxxLee and Kashcpt.
Blaqnick & Masterblaq – “Sdudla” (ft. Titow and Stan)
Blaqnick and Masterblaq drop another hit single titled “Sdudla” featuring Titow and Stan after they achieved platinum status on “Khuza Gogo“.
Red Robyn – “Not Over”
Red Robyn serves up a pop bops ahead of her tour in Russia. “Not Over” delineates from the usual mellow alternative sound she usually makes. On the track, the Durbanite muso narrates about fading friendships and growing into new ones.
Blaq Jerzee & Jux – “Free Your Mind”
East Africa meets West Africa on “Free Your Mind“. The intra-continental collaboration is courtesy of Jux and Blaq Jerzee respectively. “Free Your Mind” is about opening up to the possibilities of new love.
Abidoza – “Motho Ke Motho” (ft. Mpho Sebina & Jay Sax)
Motho ke motho ka batho is a Setswana phrase that advocates for humility and compassion. Abidoza uses the proverb to take listeners through a journey of self-reflection and showing gratitude. As such the official video is a portrayal of performing good yet simple deeds.
“Motho Ke Motho” is Abidoza’s second collaboration with Mpho Sebina, whom he worked with on “Dinaledi“. The single also features Jay Sax.
Leon Lee – “Dr Lee”
If you haven’t of the name Leon Lee, his voice should be familiar. In late 2020, he lent his vocals to DJ Obza‘s debut single, “Mang’Dakiwe“, which went on to achieve immense success. He now capitalises on this hype with the release of his first album – “Dr Lee“.
Yinoluu – “Treehouse”
Almost a year has passed since producer, Yinoluu dropped his mood tape, “Evening“. Still on the chill wavelength, he presents his latest EP, “Treehouse“. This mini-album follows the tradition of slowed down lo-fi soundscapes that have become a ubiquitous fixture of the internet.
The Syndicate – “Closure”
Music and arts collective, The Syndicate brings forth its second release entitled “Closure“. As one would assume, the single follows the storyline of the need for a resolution after a break-up.
The Syndicate comprises ten members whose talents and specialities range from songwriting to design and photography.
DJ Kwamzy – “Amapiano to the World Vol. 2”
Ghanaian-born producer, DJ Kwamzy, presents the second instalment of “Amapiano to the World“. The second edition of this body of work is in recognition of the sound from Pretoria’s townships that is fast grabbing the global audience’s attention.