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Have You Heard: Three Amapiano Tracks You Should Check Out Right Now

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We are fast approaching the festive season and energies flaring with new releases. More the often we tend to stick to artists that we are familiar with and know. This couldn’t be truer with the Amapiano subgenre, as we tend to listen to the already know established producers of the genre. Disregarding the fledgeling producers whose songs don’t get the playtime they deserve.

We have searched the interwebs for artists who are doing the most within the Amapiano subgenre. But ultimately its artist we feel deserve the spotlight and should not be slept on any longer. Check out the three Amapiano tracks that you should hear today from artists you probably haven’t heard from.

Kelvin Momo, Luu Nineleven and Dj Stoks

First, we present to you with a collective that is taking Amapiano to a deeper level with their soulful renditions. You might know them from the hit track Yelele, a track that swept the street early September. The crew now present us with a new track titled Mama featuring Daliwonga again.

An almost unrecognisable shade of Amapiano that quickly pays homage to the soulful, jazzy sounds of Deep House. This track blurs the lines and is that is what this track so significant. It merges elements that we know and love about Amapiano with the mystic of Jazzy Soulful House.

KLS Musiq ft DaliWonga – Mama

King Groove

King Groove gives us a fun play on the once trend Mabena video with an Amapiano twist. This track has the ingredients to become a hit song. A playful track with groovy instrumentals and catchy lyrics that are easy to remember.

Mabena Piano – KingGroove & Kandy

 

Deejay Quentin

Deejay Quentin here bags a quintessential track that is jazzy but fully an Amapiano track. The song has it all to make it a key track in the street scene. The violin is the key component and sits high above the rest of the elements. So it would help if it was cleaned and polished alongside a wet sounding kick and bassy backdrop. The track tends to sound dry and hollow but all this is nothing that a good mix and mastering session couldn’t fix. We feature this track because of the potential that oozes from the artist and that he has the promise to be a great producer.

Deejay Quentin – 1000 times

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