Limpopo Hottest DJz Destructive Twins Release Single

Limpopo based house music group Destructive Twins (Kgaugelo & Thapelo) have released their most anticipated single titled #Thandaza which is more like a tribute song to the Muvhango Actor Thandaza.

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In this track the twins have brought in Malawian sensation Don Kalonga, this is a great house track to vibe with, the quality is on another level, and I am sure house music fans would enjoy this crispy fresh single from the Twins:

Stream and Download the single on our SoundCloud page:

Follow the Destructive Twins on your favourite social networks.

Twitter:@distructive_T
Facebook: distructive twinsSA
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Email:Distructive twins@gmail.com
Whatsapp:0762921398

Blazey Fresh Releases new HOTT single #Dlala

Scrapyard rapper Blazey Fresh from Moletji village in Limpopo drops his first single for 2017 titled #Dlala#. Dlala which is translates to ‘play’ in English from Zulu promises to set the pace for the new-year with its new sounds and dancefloor beats. The fresh and sleek rapper with model looks brings a new and untapped into sound to the mix which presents a fusion of modern hip hop and house music combined to give birth to something new and different, giving the listener a fresh, unique and homebrewed “Scrapyard sound. Stream the track below.


Blazey Fresh, whose real name is Sello Moloto is now looking to take his music career to new heights and enter the mainstream market to make a solid impact and tread on new unexplored grounds. Having shared stages with some of S.A’s music heavyweights such as Major League, Big Nuz, Black Coffee, Oskido, Prince Kaybee, Mafikizolo and many more, he is more than ready to soar in 2017 and put Limpopo on the map through his single #Dlala which is anticipated to do just the trick in giving him those wings! You can expect an explosive sound from his latest offering for sure.
Apart from spending time on his music career and being a retail manager, Sello is also an aspirant fashion lover who is dedicating a piece of himself to his fashion brand label called “Blazey Fresh”. To round it all up Blazey hints, ‘the aim is to develop and brand the Blazey Fresh persona into one of South Africa’s household names and turn it into a tangible international corporate brand that surpasses the norm’.
Dlala will definitely get you in the fast lane after the festive season that rendered most exhausted!
Social Media:
Facebook. – @Blazey Fresh
Twitter – @blazeyfreshSA
Instagram – @Blazey Fresh
Soundcloud Link: https://soundcloud.com/user-576066721/blazey-fresh-dlala

Profile: Soweto Kwaito Sensation “Styzin”

Israel Mahlatsi Rakoma, known to his fans as ‘STYZIN’ is one of South African’s most inspiring artist,producer and live performer the world has ever come across. Despite having been persistently branded as eccentric  for much of his career, STYZIN has continued to develop his whimsical repertoire, deepen his surreal catalog, and expand his devoted audience beyond the boundaries of cult stature.

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Starting his career in Soweto, Southern African ,STYZIN has been compared to such other African music figures as BoogaLuv, Bricks, MDU and Tokollo, specifically because of his versatility in writing, composing and live performance style, though his production/composition bears shades of Spikiri and The LB. Switching gears early to front STYZIN as a solo artist/producer , an artist specializing in melodic, chiming jangle percussions and native African sounds (Ncoba Album remains a classic offering by STYZIN), Prior to fronting his solo act, STYZIN has already achieved 3 top charting singles that saw him signing his first synchronization deal with a T.V drama called “INTER SECTION” which broadcasted nationally on one of the biggest commercial T.V networks known as S.A.B.C .

STYZIN PHOTO 2TSEPE TSA BONA (2010) confirmed his reputation as an oddball thanks to his amazing writing skills and his sensational vocal performance, among others. The incredible I PANTSULA (2011) followed, as did the all-acoustic LOVA Ep (2012). By 2013, STYZIN ‘s unpredictable musical ability , saw him achieving his debut studio album immediately after signing a record deal with one of the fastest growing independent record label famously known as LB Recordings, which was founded by his close friend, engineer and executive producer known as The LB.  .

Upon releasing the first studio album( NCOBA), STYZIN has been blessed with a number of things, primarily his debut music video for his hit single titled “TSEPE TSA BONA”, selling over 5000 copies (from the boot of a car), digital distribution of the album on world wide online platforms like ITUNE, AMAZON, E-MUSIC and more, sharing stage with some of African top acts like BRICKS ,K.B, KHULI CHANA, CASSPER NYOVEST, DAVIDO, D’BANJ just to name a few, he has collaborated with both local and international artists like SkroofNoJive, NDUKUMAN, Jay-Popular, Wayne Cooper and many more.

STYZIN is currently in studio working on his second album, in which he decided to again partner with one of the best African producer and long time friend famously known as THE LB to exclusively handle the entire production department of the album. The official release and title of the album is yet to be confirmed.

Follow STYZIN on your favourite social network:

Facebook: STYZIN

Twitter: @styzin1852

Email: lbrecords.djlb@gmail.com

Listen to his tracks on Soundcloud

The next kwaito era belongs to a female artist from Durban

Ndisoh Tamatiso (23) also known as Mandisa Charlene Mazibuko grew up in the dusty streets of Durban Lamontville.

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After high school she pursued a career in the music industry as a Kwaito artist this surprised a lot of people as her appearance looked like she would rap she got on stage and surprised a lot of people. She has shared the stage with Oskido, Black Motion, Blackcoffee, Durban finest Dj’s, Deejay Sox, Emza and many others.

She was working under a record company in Pietermaritzburg, which gave her a platform to build her profile unfortunately the company didn’t succeed, she moved back to Durban to continue her studies on Public Management after completing her Diploma she went back to studio and worked with talented producers around the country.

She released her single “NOXOLO” Produced by Mdu Cele (Rize Entertainment JHB) which received a lot of attention and was buzzing in social media networks in a few days with more than 1000+Downloads on datafilehost.  This is only the beginning for her career, she believes that the industry has been awaiting for such unique talent, the music industry has space for her as a kwaito artist from Durban.

Listen to the “Noxolo” single here:

Twitter –                     @NdisohTamatiso

Facebook –                  Ndisoh Tamatiso Mazibuko

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Download Link –        http://www.datafilehost.com/214141c5

Somido Homecoming Festival 2015 Debut.

Somido Homecoming set to change the face of OUTDOOR ENTERTAINMENT

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Small towns are often forgotten, unseen and in most cases endure exclusions from the creative/music space.

Somerset East is one of such a town and as it stands this small town’s luck is about to change for the better creatively.

The Somido Homecoming festival is an annual music showcase set to debut on the 26th of December2015. The event seeks to give new meaning to the term “outdoor experience” with a keenfocus on original and creative delivery in production. The event seeks to heighten the production quality of outdoor events by creating a space that affords patrons an exquisite encounter of artistry.

The festival is set to host some of South Africa’s most seasoned artists namely; Shota, durbanite hip hop sensation Duncan (afrotainment), Pastor the DJ (Umhlobo Wenene), Eastern Cape stars Sdudla and Ma100 amongst others. The event will also be giving local artists an opportunity to share the stage with these industry personalities, along with that an opportunity to walk away with R2500.00 in cash competing in the “Somido Talent Search. One of the many ways the event seeks to inspire monetizing the creative space.

Also the festival is opened to all creative communities and outlets for active participation through stall operations at the event where creatives are afforded the opportunity to showcase and make sales off their creative produce in this way encouraging creative e-commerce. Get involved.

The Somido Homecoming festival is set to host well over 9000 patrons on the day at The Old Gillian Sports Grounds Somerset East. The music showcase promises to deliver real time entertainment that is authentically South African and in doing so delivering the ultimate outdoor experience for its attending patrons.

Tickets available via computicket (http://online.computicket.com/web/event/somido_homecoming/974016799/0/68950725) and all Shoprite/ Checkers outlets nationwide. For more information visit the Somido Homecoming Facebook page (you may inbox your inquiries there as well), alternatively 
call 078 316 6362 for assistance. Source http://www.somerset-east.co.za

Tips for Growing your Youtube Audience

Online video content is quickly becoming THE #1 form of mass media outreach.  According to their own stats, YouTube sees more than 300 hours of video uploaded per minute, and Facebook has literally billions of video shares each day.

Growing your YouTube audience is a highly effective  way of spreading word of your music, but it’s about more than just making a great music video.

Top Tips For Expanding Your YouTube Outreach

1 – You don’t need a huge budget.

It’s easy to think of a music video as a huge, elaborate production… but it doesn’t have to be.  Just as one example, there is this guy known as Jay Mokopo who likes to remix songs of popular artists, that guy always does music videos when he releases his tracks and they’re of quality, but I believe he doesn’t spend too much in making them, as a matter of fact you can even make a video of yourself singing in studio and still get a couple of views on Youtube, it doesn’t really matter how you do it, what’s important is that atleast you must have two to three music videos that are on Youtube.

2 – Make interview spots.

This is a great all-around tool in an indie musician’s video arsenal.  Find someone who can act as an interviewer, and film a 5-minute clip that mimics the format of similar spots on MTV Base or Channel O.  It allows your act to tell their story in their own words, in a short, easily-digestible format.

(Also you can send us your videos (interviews) so that we can share it on our ever increasing Youtube channel).

These can also do double or triple-duty.  Besides gaining shares on YouTube, they can also go into your media portfolio or even potentially be aired on TV.

3 – Invite audience participation.

Don’t forget to get your fans involved!  Invite them to submit, say, pictures or videos of your recent shows, so that the material can be edited together into a new video.  If you give credit at the end to all of your volunteer camera-operators, they’ll be sharing the results -and your music- with all their friends.

Or get more creative!  Anything that involves your fans will likely pay off in shares.

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