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Album Review: Black Motion’s Ya Badimo Is A Surreal Experience

Fortune Teller was an amazing album, but Black Motion has just released that album’s highly anticipated sibling – Ya Badimo. Read our review of the album

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Black Motion’s long awaited sophomore album, Ya Badimo,  has finally hit stores and an online platform near you.

In the past two years that fans have been waiting for this album, the duo solidified their brand as artists who are in the business solely for the art of it. They have also built a name for themselves as one of South Africa’s best live acts, incorporating authentic DIY choreography to their live performances.

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And it’s no surprise.

‘Professionalism. Passion. Performance. Perfection’ are the keywords introducing their official website, all hallmarks which have become part of their grand production.

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Black Motion has become respected for their incredible live performances. Photo: BlackMotion Facebook.com

Fortune Teller’s sibling comes after months of relentless performances around the country. For the longest time, one wondered if they were planning a new body of work anytime soon, seeing that their live performances alone were enough to keep them in demand.

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It’s a thrill then, that Ya Badimo comes just before the end of what has been an incredible musical year – in time to naturally position itself as one of the best albums of the year. Amongst other things, the album has already premiered atop SA iTunes Album chart with minimal promotion and no visual elements to any of the songs.

So how does it sound?

Like a trance. It’s a journey in an African spiritual realm, a fact that speaks to the album’s title Ya Badimo – ‘For The Ancestors’ in Sotho languages.

This album, very much consistent with the unique styles and spirited themes of Fortune Teller, is also a progression of their work, story and art. It’s timeless, spiritual, futuristic-while-nostaligic, and very stylish. A lot of showmanship has been displayed on the individual songs.

It’s laced with authentic and organic African instrumentation against the backdrop of abstract and soulful vocals. For the most part, the songs are mid tempo with a strong focus on rhythm and coordination.

The use of organic instrumentation, obscure African sounds, all combined with the spirited vocals adds an incredibly liberating sense of authenticity.

You will love the timely collaborations. They are also timeless collaborations.

As we can rarely say, this is one of those albums you not instantly fall in love with, but never dare to skip songs in. Every song has a different touch and feel.

That said, some of the best in the album include Teenage Love Affair, Heartless Intentions, Africana, Lalela, Imali, So-Where-To, and Omo Udu. It’s hard to pick just a few from this well of beautiful music, but you can get away with that if you come to terms with the fact that you will be falling in love with different songs at different times of your life.

It’s also noteworthy that at a time where other musical genres have gained significant prominence on house music, Black Motion has remained solid in reminding us why house music has been at the forefront of the South African music industry. Instantly, the songs are timeless, groovy, inspired and soulful.

The album has been brewed to feed the heart that craves going back to basics. At the core of it’s astounding soul, it’s a celebration body of work in limitless forms, one being its its effortless yet grand artistry. An encounter with art in its Godliest form. So rooted, so solid.

YA BADIMO TRACKLIST

  • Africana
  • Ya Badimo
  • Imali
  • Omo Dudu
  • Lalela
  • The Journey
  • Electronic Maskandi
  • Bambo Lwami
  • So-Where-To
  • uGayo
  • Teenage Lover Affair
  • Linde Wena
  • Heartless Intentions

Black Motion has done it again, and this time even better. We are excited to see what they will be doing about this one live on stage!

Will you be getting the album?

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MTN Bushfire Festival 2019 Ultimate Survival Guide

Here’s a full breakdown of what you should and should not do when making your way to Bushfire Festival

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Bushfire Festival 2019 survival guide, Everything you need to know about Bushfire, Bushfire rules, bringing alcohol to Bushfire

With days to go until MTN BUSHFIRE 2019, it’s time to get ready! Go through all the important stuff for the festival to avoid being those people who ruin it for yourselves and worse still, for everyone else, because you weren’t in the loop on the tea.

Firstly, make sure you have your tickets secured before you arrive as tickets are already SOLD OUT and there will be NO tickets available at the gate. This applies to day tickets as well as full festival passes.

There will also be NO camping tickets available on site as these are also all completely SOLD OUT.

Also, remember that the official MTN Bushfire campsite Campsite Check In Desk opens at 11 on Thursday but closes at midnight and opens again on Friday at 9 until midnight on Saturday. We encourage you to get to the border early on Thursday and avoid the queues.

GETTING TO MTN BUSHFIRE

MTN BUSHFIRE is in the scenic Malkerns Valley at House on Fire, located about a 5 hour drive from Johannesburg, 23km from the capital city, Mbabane, and is a short 14km from Ezulwini.

Key in the following GPS coordinates- Elevation 756m – S 26’ 29.881 E031’ 13.110 to find us or using the Google Maps House on Fire coordinates.

Some reminders for everyone traveling to Ewatini– please remember that over 20,000 people attend MTN Bushfire, many of them coming from outside of Eswatini and the borders can be heavy with traffic.

Consider using one of the lower volume border posts such as the Sandlane / Nerston Border post, (althougth some of these may keep shorter hours than Golela and Oshoek), for more information visit our website or Swazi Tourism.

All of Eswatini’s border posts are open seven days a week, but if you are using the Oshoek border post it is highly recommended to plan to arrive in Eswatini on Thursday or early Friday as the border post has seen extremely long queues Friday afternoon and evening in previous years.

Although the border post at Oshoek is open until midnight, we HIGHLY recommend getting there as early as possible on Friday.

You will require a passport to enter Eswatini, and please make sure you have checked the visa requirements. Check HERE


SOUTH AFRICA REQUIRES ADDITIONAL PAPERWORK TO BRING MINORS ACROSS THE BORDER! PLEASE ENSURE UNABRIDGED BIRTH CERTIFICATES AND OTHER NECESSARY PAPERWORK IS SECURED BEFORE YOU LEAVE!

ATTENDEES MAY BE REQUIRED TO PRODUCE IDENTIFICATION TO ENTER THE EVENT – ONLY ORIGINAL ID BOOKS/CARDS, DRIVERS LICENCE CARDS & PASSPORTS WILL BE ACCEPTED.


#BRINGYOURFIRE

MTN Bushfire also encourages all guests to support the #BRINGYOURFIRE call towards sustainability and reducing the festival’s carbon footprint. So here are some ways you can help to Green Your Fire!

– Please bring reusable bags; plastic bags and polystyrene or styrofoam containers are not allowed in.

– Bring unused clothing to donate to orphans and vulnerable children through the Young Heroes initiative. Donations will be accepted at the gate.

– Carpool or share rides to the festival to lessen your carbon footprint.

– Use the recyclables and non-recyclables bins correctly!

To further reduce our carbon footprint – this year the festival is PAPERLESS.

To get all the performance starting times, the lastest festival info, park and ride schedules and more – guests are encouraged to download the MTN Bushfire Festival app available in the App Store and Google Play stores tht will be available from Tuesday, May 21st .

Once again, MTN Bushfire, including the campsite, will be cashless. Your access armband will enable you to charge up with cash or credit cards throughout the festival venue.

ATM’s are available on festival grounds and accept Mastercard & VISA cards. To load your account prior to arriving at MTN Bushfire or for more information on charging and securing refunds after the festival please visit: howler.co.za

Another way to #BringYourFIre is to donate the leftover funds on your wristband.
Simply head to the main top up station, TAP OUT with boMake Rural Projects and help build resilient and thriving communities in Eswatini.

KIDS

Open on Saturday & Sunday from 10am to 6pm, the MTN Bushfire’s Kidzone offers a safe and secure environment with 24 hour security and first-aid provided throughout the festival weekend.

It is compulsory for all kids to be accompanied by parents into the zone and registered to make sure they are accounted for.

No child is allowed in or out of the space without a wristband and all parents are compelled to provide their contact details upon entry, which will also be transferred onto the child’s festival wristband.

There will be trained child minders assisting in looking after everyone in the kid zone, however parents are still responsible for their kids and are advised not to leave them for long periods unsupervised.

PARK N RIDE

If you are staying off site – please make sure you have a designated driver as drinking and driving is taken very seriously in Swaziland and road blocks are common. Don’t drink & drive Identify a designated, Watch your speed, Stay alert & arrive alive.

MTN Bushfire’s Park and Ride system, powered by Motor Vehicle Accident fund and Total, offers shuttles to and from the festival site and various pick-up/drop-off points.

This system will commence on 26 May 2016 and run for the duration of the festival, operating along the Mbabane- Malkerns- Manzini corridor.

The pick-up points are:Mbabane (The Mall – outside Harvey World Travel), Ezulwini (The Gables – outside Spur) and Manzini (The Hub – outside SwaziNet) Shuttles will operate on an hourly basis to and from the festival, starting at 17:00 on Friday, running until 03:00.

On Saturday, the service will run from 10:00 to 04:00 and on Sunday from 10:00 to 19:00. The cost of the shuttle is E20 per trip.

SOME DO’s & DON’T’S

Remember to pack well – the days are hot but the nights can be chilly! Please also note that any bags brought into the event are subject to search upon entry.

The following items are prohibited and will not be allowed into the venue.

Food & Alcohol not allowed in main venue

Weapons, explosives, firearms, Drones, Cooler boxes, glass bottles, aluminium cans, hazardous and breakable materials, fireworks, lasers, flashlights and anything else that can interfere with the artists
Professional DSLR, recording devices, video equipment that have not been pre-approved
At the artists’ request, all unauthorized recording will be prohibited. (Illegal filming and/or recording will result in legal actions.)

NO PETS

No illegal drugs of any kind allowed in the festival or campsites. You will be prosecuted.
Illegal items will be confiscated at the door.

No camping gear of any kind will be allowed into the festival venue. Camping gear will only be allowed into the campsite with a valid camping ticket.

Flags that are used to identify your group may be brought in, but discretion is advised when constructing or designing these items, as they may sometimes be considered dangerous.

Tickets are not for resale. Anyone found selling tickets outside the festival entrance, parking lot or any festival property may be prosecuted.

No refunds on tickets bought.

Children under 12 need to be accompanied with an adult to enter the Golden Lounge.

Please do not tamper with the lock on your wristband as it will make it tighter and possibly damage the wristband. We will not replace wristbands which have been tampered with by patrons.

All Full Festival wristbands are valid for the duration of the festival. Please do not remove your wristband if you will be returning to the festival after exiting.

 

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TKZee, HHP and Mango Groove To Be Honoured at the SAMAs!

South African music legends TKZee, the late HHP and 90s group Mango Groove are all set to receive their well deserved prestigious gongs at the looming South African Music Awards 2019

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SAMA25 will bestow the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Awards to the late hip hop star HHP, kwaito legends TKZee and the acclaimed 90s group Mango Groove.

HHP who passed away last year will be remembered for the critical role he played in making Motswako a force to be reckoned with. His career is punctuated with a series of firsts, including being one of the first artists to make rapping over a kwaito beat popular as well as being the first hip hop artist to have multiple successful sync deals.

Jabba will also be remembered as the host of SAMAXXI and for the mentor role he played to many artists. He is undeniably one of the greatest forces in South African music and a shape shifter.

The trailblazing Mango Groove was started in 1984 with their unique brand of music fusing marabi and kwela. Their hits “Special Star”, “Another Country” and “Moments Away” to name a few became anthems that sealed their position as the emblematic rainbow nation for being multi ethnic at a time of apartheid.

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The talented front woman Claire Johnston backed by an equally gifted band that included the late trumpet great Banza Kgasoane became national treasures and faces of the national reconciliation and social cohesion project.

TKZee were the poster boys of cool in the 1990s as they pioneered a sound so unique in the process rewriting South Africa’s music history books by becoming the biggest selling kwaito group.

The three piece boy band of Kabelo Mabalane, Zwai Bala and Tokollo Tshabalala gave local audiences classics such as Palalafala and Shibobo. In 1999 TKZee experienced their biggest night at the SAMAs when they scooped five awards including Best Duo/Group and Best Kwaito Album, a record they held on to for years.

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Congratulating the achievers Nhlanhla Sibisi, CEO of RiSA said: ‘We are proud that at this milestone,  25th anniversary of the SAMA we will be honouring these giants of music who played such a big role in South African music.

Mango Groove is an institution that tells our history as a people and the spirit of tenacity and rising above the odds when it was not so fashionable for blacks and whites to work together. TKZee heralded the early days of freedom with a sound so fresh and invigorating that they became legends in a short space of time.

HHP entrenched and adapted the culture of hip hop to a South African audience as he shunned twanging and instead made Setswana fashionable. It’s also extra special that his first posthumous award comes from the industry he gave so much of himself to. We applaud our SAMA25 achievers and we recognise their sterling achievements. Bravo.’

RELATED: SAMA25 RECORD OF THE YEAR NOMINATIONS 

North West MEC for Culture, Arts and Traditional Affairs, Mme Ontlametse Mochware, also lauded the three acts on their achievements.

“The Lifetime Achievement Award is probably the finest award an artist can earn, whether they are living or not,” said MEC Mochware.

“This is a reflection of the influence and impact HHP, Mango Groove and Tkzee have had on the musical landscape in South Africa and beyond. They truly deserve the honour, and we are proud of them for the example they set for the youth and the inspiration they have been to us all.

”As the North West, we are particularly happy that our own HHP is one of the legends recognised in this year’s prestigious awards. This will further enhance his stature as a role-model to our youth. We are looking forward to a memorable Sama night.”

The SAMA25 takes place on May 31 and June 1 in Sun City, North West province. It will be broadcast live on June 1 on SABC1 at 8pm.

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Apple Music To Celebrate African Legends on Africa Day

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In celebration of Africa Day on the 25th of May Apple Music has launched African Legends, a hub which offers a rich collection of music from across the continent, featuring many much loved African artists.

Africa is home to a colourful tapestry of musical styles, from the soulful sounds of folk musician Vusi Mahlasela and the funk-Afrobeat of Nigerian William Onyeabor to Algerian singer Khaled with his pop and “Rai” style of music.

To honour this legacy of rhythms on Africa Day, Apple Music have hand-picked a broad range of artists, including the likes of Cesaria Evora (Cape Verde), Lucky Dube (South Africa), Fela Kuti (Nigeria) and many others from all corners of Africa.

The African Legends hub consists of Essentials Playlists, Essentials Albums, Classic Singles, A Spotlight On and a dedicated Playlist with 50 of the top African songs of all time.

The Essentials Playlists feature the soothing melodies of Ladysmith Black Mambazo (South Africa), Mali’s Amadou and Mariam, the rich voice of Angélique Kidjo (Benin) and South Africa’s own “Mama Africa”, Miriam Makeba and her township-inspired Afrojazz. There is music from more than twenty other epic African artists including King Sunny Ade (Nigeria – African pop and Jùjù) and internationally renowned Johnny Clegg with his Afropop and Mbaqanga rhythms.

Rediscover the roots of African music in Essentials Albums with Abdullah Ibrahim and Congolese Papa Wemba’s rumba and Soukous styled album.

The “Spotlight On” contains a quintessential selection of albums by a specific musician, currently showcasing the timeless work of world-famous Youssou N’Dour.

The Classic Singles offers hits such as Brenda Fassie’s ‘Vulindela’, Mory Kante’s ‘Yeke Yeke’, Miriam Makeba’s ‘Pata Pata’ and a whole lot more.

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