4 new releases from Southern African artists you need to hear right now

trust B1 x Teddy – Theory of: Savage Youth

Maboneng-based producer/rapper, trust B1, partners up with Teddy, an up and coming rapper from Alberton, to release a short EP called Theory of: Savage Youth. The two musicians form part of a bigger, Joburg-based creative collective, called Dipopaai and this release serves as a reminder that you cannot afford to sleep on them. The EP features producer-rapper duo, XMPL, on a song called THAT which is a stand-out track from the EP. Love rap music presented in a unique way? This tape is for you.

MotherLand X Presents: Hennessy by Tshego (The Remixes)

MotherLand X is back with yet another remix pack. This time around they challenge six up and coming producers from Southern Africa to remix Hennessy, a smash hit by South African artist – Tshego. This remix pack is an easy listen, perfect to soundtrack your friendly get togethers with friends. A mixture of joints you can party to and ones you can chill to. Dope project. Check it out!

bENNY wOODS Feat. Vitu & Serenity Karima – Play My Way

Hungary-based artist, bENNY wOODS, links up with our very own Cape Town-based MC, Vitu, and US-based songstress, Serenity Karima, to deliver a funky tune. Play My Way is testament of the internet’s power of connecting creatives from different parts of the world. The song offers difference in an industry flooded with similar-sounding songs. You can play this song in any situation, and you’ll surely catch a vibe.

LEO Feat. Flowahh – ENOUGH

Pretoria-based artist, LEO, is slowly creeping up on our radar. With a unique style and sound, he is building a buzz that will set him in up in the industry. He comes through with a beautiful sensual tune titled ‘ENOUGH’ featuring a flowahh, who lays incredibly beautiful vocals on the track. This track is dope. Peep it!

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