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Cape Town Creative Lab: Indie African Artists Get The Platform

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Apple Music and PLATOON recently invited six unsigned African artists to Mothership Studios in Philadelphia in the Western Cape for a week-long Creative Lab.

The objective of The Lab is to provide artists with an opportunity to hone their skills, taking their musical vision to the next level, while giving them access to a global audience and an insight into what the music industry entails.

At the Cape Town Creative Lab (CTCL), each performer recorded a new single which will be released to an international audience starting this month. These songs were produced in a world-class recording facility and the artists were given access to the finest creative talent including photographers, video directors and stylists – to create all of the marketing assets they would need to support their release.

The CTCL featured daily mentoring sessions with some leading music industry figures. These included legendary producer Nile Rodgers; award-winning songwriter John Ryan (Maroon 5/One Direction/Charlie Puth), Apple Music Up Next artist Mr Eazi; Beats 1’s Kat Wong and Ebro Darden; Alec Boateng (head of A&R Atlantic Records UK); Alex Boateng (head of A&R Island Records UK); Aton Ben-Horin (global Vice President A&R – Warner Music Group); Taponeswa Mavunga (head of Publicity Columbia Records UK), Merck Mercuriadis (Hipgnosis Music) and Kwame Kwaten (Artist Manager and Vice Chairman Music Managers Forum).

The artists – three from South Africa and three from Zimbabwe – also took part in photoshoots, a performance video shoot, artist interviews, whiteboard sessions and media training. The end result was a life changing experience. The artists all left the CTCL with a great new single, fantastic media packs and an increased understanding on how the music industry works.

The six artists are:

  • Shungudzo is a hugely talented singer and songwriter from Zimbabwe. She has written for the likes of Little Mix, Chainsmokers and Jessie Ware and was featured on the latest 50 Shades soundtrack. Her debut single Long Live the Billionaire was featured as Zane Lowe’s World Record at the end of 2017. She was thrilled with the Lab experience and her fellow participants: “I’ve never met so many people who I inherently trust and want to see succeed, solely so the world can experience their beauty and honesty.”

 

  • Bantu is a talented Zimbabwean producer, songwriter and artist. He has written and produced for some of the world’s biggest artists including Jason Derulo, Maroon 5, J Balvin, Camilla Cabello, Tove Styrke, Rita Ora, Lauv and Chris Brown. His single with Jonas Blue and Mr Eazi is due for release on Virgin Records in the coming months: “There’s nothing like being surrounded by talented like-minded people and the Lab week was truly a dream come true. I left with so much insight, inspiration and knowledge.”

Photo Credit: Wayne Reiche

  • Dope Saint Jude is an exciting hip-hop artist from the Cape Flats. She is credited as “transforming South African hip-hop by challenging a genre which was predominantly male and heteronormative”. She has already been featured in Vogue, i-D, Noisey, Fader, Elle, Marie Clare and Okay Africa and will be performing at Afropunk later this year. “The CTCL has been transformative for me, not only as an artist, but as a human being. I have learnt things about my own creativity that have surprised me. It was also inspiring to be surrounded by such a wonderful group of artists.”

Photo by Wayne Reiche

  • Dr Chaii is Grammy-nominated Zimbabwean record producer, songwriter and now artist. His producer credits include Jason Derulo, Sean Paul, Pitbull, Chris Brown, Trey Songz and Alex Aiono. “The Lab week has been mind-blowing. It was about making great music with great people and leaving with great friends.”
Dr Chaii - Press Pic- Photo by Wayne Reiche

Dr Chaii – Press Pic- Photo by Wayne Reiche

  • Kaien Cruz is a 19-year-old Kwa-Zulu Natal based singer-songwriter who emerged from the Durban-based collective Wolfpack. She has featured as a guest vocalist on numerous local hit tracks with the likes of Nasty C, Tellaman, Sketchy Bongo, Aewon Wolf and Easy Freak. “I’ve learnt more this Lab week than I have in the past two years. I never expected to make connections and friends like this and I can’t wait for what’s to come.”

Dr Chaii – Press Pic- Photo by Wayne Reiche

Sipho the Gift is a talented young MC and producer from Kimberley in the Northern Cape. He was featured as Apple Music’s New Artist Spotlight in February this year and has appeared in Complex magazine and Pigeon & Plane’s list of upcoming rappers to watch from outside America. “It has been a great exposure to what it means to be a successful independent artist. I also feel that the connections and collaborations that have happened here will last a very long time.”

Apple Music will release one single a week from each of the six artists starting on Friday, August 31.

  • Shungudzo Paper – Friday 31 August
  • Sipho the Gift Hold Up – Friday 7 September
  • Dope Saint Jude Girl Like – Friday 14 September
  • Dr Chaii Bongo – Friday 21 September
  • Kaien Cruz Dangerous – Friday 28 September
  • Bantu Remedy – Friday 5 October

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5 South African Songs You Should Be Listening To Right Now

A list of songs to vibe to!

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As we edge closer to the end of the year towards the blissful festive season, QuenchSA‘s hottest songs list will start reflecting the songs that will likely be carrying us into 2020.

This week, Kwesta thrilled fans with a surprise release featuring American rapper, Rich Homie Quan.

Run It Up premiered on Friday with visuals which found Rich Homie Quan immerse himself with the rich texture of the South African township culture.

MFR Souls unleashed their first full body of work, which has already spawned a song every dance-floor needs for an amplified frenzy.

Cassper Nyovest released a music video with Frank Casino for Who Got The Block, a single from his 2018 album, Short and Sweet.

Here’s the list of 10 South African Songs you should be vibing to!

  • MFR SOULS FEAT. SHA SHA & KABZA DE SMALL – LOVE YOU TONIGHT 

There’s no shred of doubt that Amapiano have completely disrupted the South African music landscape! The producers for Amapiano banged out anthems faster than any of the established artists could.

A triumphant successor to the now flatlining Gqom era, which saw our authentic sound and street dance culture make waves internationally, this dance genre and its subculture delivered a slew of new artists, a chunk who have dominated local music charts for the better part of the year.

At the genesis of Amapiano is production duo MFR Souls, who have been engineering amapiano numbers long before the mainstream culture caught on.  That list of originators includes the JazziDisciples and Kabza De Small, to name but a few. This year, these names got their turn in the zeitgeist.

Love You Tonight, the first single from Mfr Souls’new released nine-track EP, The Beginning, is being touted as a strong contender for the song of the year title. Featuring the enchanting vocals of Sha Sha, arguably the industry’s best performing new female artist, the song is hella catchy.

  • KWESTA FEATURING RICH HOMIE QUAN – RUN IT UP

Every year, Kwesta has made it tradition to surprise fans with a big hit. And on Friday, the rapper took things up a notch when he liberated a new song, along with a music video, for Run It Up.

The song, in which he hooks up with an American muso for the first time since causing a stir by hosting Rick Ross in the township, finds Kwesta collaborating for the first time with the Atlanta native.

And unlike some of his peers, who often bolster such high powered masterstrokes with explosive reveals, Kwesta kept this feature under wraps until just days releasing to its premiere.

The visuals for the joint garnered high praises from fans for its authentic highlight of South African life both in the city and in the township. With this move, the Diamond selling rapper takes another aim at using his platform to present and elevate the township to the world’s imagination.

Kwesta hasn’t rapped this much in a lead single since skyrocketing through the commercial success of Ngud.

Here he delivers a smooth flow of lush verses over a laid back beat as Rich Homie Quan hovers a simmering vocal over the rich 808, giving the song an international urban finish.

JAZZIDISCPLES FEAT. MPURA & BARITONE HLOKZA – ILANGA 

JazziDisciples make expensive music.

As one of the originators who championed the Amapiano genre, we expected them to scale up and drop a big one, and Ilanga is a smashing entry.

The song, which richly showcases the luxurious side of Amapiano, is a perfect display of how pianos are in fact at the centre of the country’s most popular sound currently. They play with it differently.

The duo, who have been announced as part of the AFROPUNK Joburg 2019 line-up, are known for their delightful sets, as well as keeping a rather low profile while constantly liberating respectable dance works that have continued to please lovers of Deep House music fans, as well as the Amapiano subculture.

BUCIE FEATURING KWESTA – THANDO LWETHU

We’d thought Bucie’s departure from the music scene will definitely leave a huge ice block.

It did, following the release of her last official album Rebirth in 2018. Fortunately for us all, the ‘Princess of House Music’ treated fans to a beautiful collaboration with Kwesta in February this year.

The love song recently got its music video, tossing it back at the forefront of the scene to peak its slow rise.

If all Bucie ever wanted was to write and sing beautiful songs that connect her with her audience at a deeper level, without all the trappings of fame, this song proves she might be mastering that.

Thando Lwethu celebrates the longevity of love that stands the test of time, outlasting the pessimistic outlook of detractors and pacing past the challenges of life to emerge as victorious love. It’s an ode.

SHA SHA FEATURING DJ MAPHORISA & KABZA DE SMALL – TENDER LOVE 

At this point, these three can certainly announce they’ve decided to establish an official music group and no one would complain. Throw in Samthing Soweto, and we have the working formula!

After all, their collective catalogue of recent drops accounts for quite a number of the highest charting Top 20 songs on iTunes and Spotify, as well as on the radio.

The Zim born Sha Sha is the freshest of all these voices, and hers is a beautiful one! This being her breakout hit single in which she is the main attraction, Tender Love is a beautiful introduction of good things to come from the singer.

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Samthing Soweto Apologises For Shocking Idols SA Performance

“Too many distractions” dribbled the singer.

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Samthing Soweto apologises for Idols SA performance

In hot South African Music News, Afro Pop singer Samthing Soweto shared a social video in which he apologises for bizarre live performance on Sunday’s episode of Idols SA 


He is known for the sheer range of his powerful voice, which he typically uses as an instrument to enchant crowds whenever he performs.

So Idols SA viewers were shocked when the Isphithiphithi hitmaker butchered his way through Akulaleki, his collaborative single with Shasha. But after the “horrible”performance, in which he growled and appeared to sing out of key throughout, the singer shared a short video apologising.

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“I’m really sorry”, he said in the clip, which he posted on his social platforms shortly after his performance. “I don’t have an excuse. It’s just one of those days, you know?”

“Hopefully I have an opportunity to redeem myself.”

Real name Samkelo Lelethu Mdolomba, the singer continued to explain that Idols SA “is one of those platforms” that always dribbles him.

He said this in reference to the 2017 performance of his breakout hit, Akanamali, which also garnered him a fair share of online thrashing.

Samthing Soweto explained that Idols SA is a more complex production that the usual shows he’s done.

“There are so many moving parts (on Idols SA).  When you perform alone, there’s only the sound., maybe Bongikosi playing the guitar, or the band, and the DJ.”

“But when you are on Idols, there are so many moving parts. There’s dancers… so many distractions.”

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Semi Tee, Miano and Kammu Dee Explain Controversial ‘Abantwana AmaUber’ Lyrics

The House producers behind the hit ‘Abantwana AmaUber’ explain how the song does not promote drug abuse

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In fresh South African Music News, Semi Tee, Miano and Kammu Dee have finally cleared the air on why their Amapiano street anthem, Ambantwana AmaUber, does not promote drug abuse.

The song, which has catapulted the collaborative formation into instant stardom thanks to its catchy beat and hook, has also raised some questions about whether or not the lyrical content encourages the use of drugs.

After all, the Abantwana AmaUber song not only brazenly features lyrics that speak about sniffing substances, but has also come to be accompanied by a popular dance routine which depicts the act.

MORE MZANSI MUSIC NEWS: 5 SOUTH AFRICAN SONGS YOU SHOULD BE LISTENING TO!

But according to the hitmakers, the widespread perception that they are promoting the use of drugs couldn’t be further from the truth.

As it turns out, the song is in fact a call to young people to be vigilant against the scourge of drugs haunting township communities.

In an interview on Massive Music, Channel O’s hit music show, the three explained that the song was created to raise awareness and condemn the use of drugs.

Thina sipromoter ukuthi abantu basuke ezintweni ezibhedayo, yang’thola?” (We want people to stay away from bad thing, you know what mean?”, they explained.

“We say no drugs”, they said. “We want the township to change.”

According to the Amapiano scorcher cookers, it’s unfortunate that many people have misinterpreted the song.

The part of the song ‘labantwana ba wrong’ (these kids are wrong) suggests their use of drugs is being condemned, rather than promoted.

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