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Coming from the 1st instalment, Spoek Mathambo brings part 2 of the documentary about South African dance music that you you should know about.
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My man lawdstat dropped a 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 tribute to #SouthAfrican artists who have raised the bar within #HIPHOP Catch him also on twitter Enjoy.
Posted by: Sghebengu | Conversation: | Category: Culture, Music | Tags: 2017, best of, disciples, dj, hip hop, hiphop, kasi, LawdStat, mix, mzansi, presents, presents the disciples 2017, rap Permalink Trompie on Production. Interesting way he flipped this underground Gem.. somewhat of a classic in the mzansi house scene. It brought back lots of memories of when we used to dj back in the day…
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One of the first that made it possible for rap in Mzansi RIP Hechechamunorwa Mount Zion Kwenda aka Mizchief
CyHi The Prynce brings out Motif ‘Reason’ along with & Well$ for the ‘Shaka Zulu’ Margaret Singana sample ode to the Mzansi Revolutionary ‘Mandela’ . This is part of the Black Hystori Project Permalink
A great interview with The Magnificent Dj Jazzy Jezzy Jeff at the London Boiler Room, followed by him serving a legendary Dj Set, Enjoy. Peep the Mzansi Flag in the background.
K.O (of the group Teargas) brings out Kid X and does a fitting ode to the German transporter that has long been adopted as part of Mzansi Urban Culture.
Banyana by Take Away So I decided to post this track upon noticing that banyana ba soweto – take away was one of the top searched items on my analytics and it took me to a time and place 3 …