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K.O x Son Of A Gun

Cara Cara is easily one of the best hip hop songs of the year but will not get it’s due because well we know. K.O is back with his follow up Son of a Gun, although it’s not as vibey as the summer hit it still goes.

Spoek Mathambo x Future Sounds of Mzansi

It’s important that you have the right people tell the story because often nuance can leave certain things out. This trailer for South African dance music is fantastic and we can’t wait to watch it. The final documentary will include Black Coffee, Mujava and more. Massive props to Spoek and the team for putting this together.

Orezi x You Garrit

Orezi, the man who wanted rihanna to have his banana, is back with his new song You Garrit. Filmed in Joburg the video is really good, on the fence about the song. There is no denying that he has the talent this track left us feeling wanting more.

CharSay x Do The Pozo

Always wondering why DJ Cndo’s Terminator never got vocalled, until today. CharSay’s newest song also features a new dance which is a cousin of the azonto called the Pozo. Special props to Tesco and the random people passing through the tunnel where most of the dancing is taking place.
Via DJ Goodblood

Murlo x Jubilee Fireworks Guest Mix

The man that is Murlo did a guest mix for Jubilee’s Fireworks radio show. His mix features some of the best music around including House, Grime, SA House, Dancehall, Soca and a bunch of other stuff guaranteed to get you moving. You can find the tracklist after the jump.
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LV x Sebenza (feat Okmalumkoolkat)

LV feat Okmalumkoolkat: Sebenza (Hyperdub 2012) from Hyperdub on Vimeo.

The latest Collaboration between LV and Okmalumkoolkat, let’s take a second to remember the massive Boomslang, is out on Hyperdub on 23rd July.
Here is the video blurb:

Sebenza means ‘Work’ in Zulu. The song is taken from the ‘ Get A Grip EP’ released on Hyperdub on July 23rd 2012 and the album ‘Sebenza’ released at the end of August, and featuring Okmalumkookat, Spoek Mathambo and Ruffest.
The video was shot in downtown Johannesburg city and Orange Farm Township on the South side of the city.