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Enter the soul-driven world of AmoBeatz: Seductively thumping futuristic beats from Ndola to Gaborone

Enter the soul-driven world of AmoBeatz: Seductively thumping futuristic beats from Ndola to Gaborone

Twenty-year old producer, AmoBeatz (real name Jitotwe Tshombela), is remarkably talented. Having grown up in Zambia’s third largest city, Ndola, AmoBeatz is tasked with taking Zambian creativity to greater and newer heights. When we speak of African music, we often look to more prominent countries with budding music industries like Kenya, South Africa, Ghana and…

#LabelSpotlight: Newly launched Durban-based label, Jooba Records, is cultivating a culture of experimentation in the South African beats scene

#LabelSpotlight: Newly launched Durban-based label, Jooba Records, is cultivating a culture of experimentation in the South African beats scene

South African independent music is growing at an alarming rate. From Pretoria’s prominent Amapiano scene to the youthful trap scene in Johannesburg’s East Rand region, South African music lovers are spoilt for choice. We no longer have to look beyond our borders to be inspired or worship artists from the West as creative gods. When…

PREMIERE: KaeB drops ‘Right Now’ for #CozyFridays

PREMIERE: KaeB drops ‘Right Now’ for #CozyFridays

Joburg-based producer, KaeB, continues to impress with another brilliant release for his #CozyFriday campaign. This time around, he hits us with a rough yet amazing demo of a track titled ‘Right Now‘. After a very successful 2017, we can’t even imagine what he is cooking for 2018 because he is clearly working hard on improving…

The rise and prominence of Hipster culture in South African townships

The rise and prominence of Hipster culture in South African townships

In a time where trap music & gqom waves are taking over townships all over Mzansi, there’s a certain niche that has developed its own way of living, dressing and consumption of music. Some call them cool kids, punks, hippies, fashionistas or even nerds to some extent, but hipster culture in South Africa has taken…

A review: Anthony Mea’s Don’t Stop Amore

A review: Anthony Mea’s Don’t Stop Amore

Release Date: 01-02-2018 One of South Africa’s premium deep house labels kicked off 2018 with a banger of a release. Deepstitched team up with their Italian connect Anthony Mea to bring you Don’t Stop Amore – A mellow deep house jam with jazz inspired drum work and soul driven vocals. Upon its first week of…

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