#Releases

Soundz Of The South | For Power

UbuntuFM Africa | Soundz Of The South

#HipHop | #Rap | #SouthAfrica

Soundz of the South (SOS) | 'For Power' | #HipHop #Rap 🇿🇦 | With its accompanying #video, this song tells the harsh impact the coronavirus lockdown has on working class communities in South Africa.

Pett Maluleke | Tshwane

UbuntuFM Africa | Pett Mauleke | Tshwane

#AfroPop | #AfroJazz | #Spiritual | #Reggae | #SouthAfrica

Pett Maluleke is a multi-talented artist, singer, record company owner, and producer. His latest release 'Tshwane' is a great recording in a long line of great South-African releases. Afro Pop, Jazz, Spirituals, hey even Reggae feature the album, sung in Tswana, Sepedi, Zulu, Tsonga, and English.

Suthukazi Arosi | Black and White

Suthukazi Arosi | Black and White

#Video | Suthukazi Arosi

BLACK AND WHITE is a song about us - human beings with all the hatred that has turned against all humanity for centuries. Civilized as we are but still dwelling on racism. God created us all with love and so beautifully without seeing any colour but embracing colour as his creation. The song is calling on all human beings to stop this mentality that is tearing us up - and our beautiful planet - from generation to generation.

Akoeba | 'African Woman'

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#AfroPop | Akoeba

Akoeba is a multi-talented young African female artist (singer, songwriter, composer, and choreographer) who sings in several languages, principally in English and French.

Akoeba hails from Togo and is well-versed in the socio-cultural norm of West African States. She has a University Degree in Business Accounting and Management and a BA in English Literature. 'African Woman' is a poppy declamation on African culture - with respect.

Suthukazi Arosi | Naked

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#SouthAfrica | #Jazz | #Soul | #RnB | Suthukazi Arosi

“Naked” features 10 brand-new tracks recorded over a period of twelve years, 2 remixes and 3 interludes. The interludes introduce the listener to some traditional and tribal sounds of South Africa. Each with a specific purpose and theme.

Lucky Dube | Affirmative action

Lucky Dube forever

Lucky Dube | #SouthAfrica | #Reggae

One of Lucky Dube's signature songs from the album "Trinity" (1995)            

From where I stand, I can see the World getting smaller and smaller...

And there'll be no place for people like you Georgie, who still live in the past.

When you couldn't do things for yourself, you blamed it on apartheid.
You blamed it on the government and everybody. Now is the time to prove yourself.
If you think affirmative action is the way out... no way... no way.