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House Collective, Dahl Hates Disco Back With New EP

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Dahl Hates Disco, the Gauteng based collective that bought us the breakout single Endless Motion off their debut EP Some People in 2017, have now released their sophomore EP titled Tell Me.

Tell Me is a four track EP of feel good summer tinged pop-house vocal tracks. These also includes a single released mid 2018 titled I’ll Never Be with it’s catchy saxophone hook and sultry female vocal.

I’ll Never Be received official new Music Friday support by Spotify when it dropped. It also has received multiple radio play listing in SA in 2018. 

As a mostly anonymous collective, Dahl Hates Disco first burst into the scene in 2016 with their debut single Endless Motion that, without social media presence or major label support, managed to obtain nationwide play-listing on top 10 charting positions on multiple radio stations.

This was followed by the four track EP Some People in 2017 that was also featured on the front page of both iTunes SA and iTunes Israel. This in addition to Endless Motion, yielded an indie house favorite among deep house DJ’s titled So Long. and remixes by Cuebur, UPZ and Abicah Soul.

The collective explores and produces a scope of music styles covering house, pop and indie-dance.

Tell Me EP is out now via soWHAT Records and all major digital stores for purchase and streaming. 

Preview it below!

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Kwaito Rapper Mgaga Releases His Debut Solo Single Titled All The Way

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Mgaga goes all in with his Kwaito love song titled All The Way

Kwaito artists have always been making love songs; I guess there is nothing sexier than a thug expressing his love for you in Kasi lingo. Imagine Brown Dash’s Vum Vum or Trompies when they sang Sweety Lavo. These songs carried such a beatiful message. Today, talented Kwaito rapper, Mgaga, is keeping this tradition on by releasing his very own Kwaito love song titled All The Way. This one features August Child and Sizwe Magwaza.

At an early age Mgaga was moved from Alexandra township to Tembisa and then to Edenvale. Growing up with a heavy Hip Hop and Kwaito influence, Mgaga started writing rap songs and freestyle battling. He later discovered that he expresses himself best and relates to his audience in vernac utilizing the Kwaito flow.

He began his music career in 2014 as part of a group called PAQ performing in popular clubs around South Africa. Formally known as Radi-AK, Mgaga is now taking on the world as a solo act with authentic Kwaito music.

All The Way is Mgaga’s first solo single

All The Way is Mgaga’s first solo single after the re-branding from formally being called Radi-AK to going by Mgaga, a name he was popularly known by since before he pursued music professionally. The word “Mgaga” refers to an AK47 because the first letters of his birth name “Akhona” are “AK”, which is his childhood name.

All The Way is such a breath of fresh air in that it carried this concentrated essence of Kwaito music without trying too hard. Instead, Mgaga effortlessly flows on this Kwaito and House hybrid beat and he does the most. He raps about a woman he loves and how he wants to take their love and relationship the whole way. August Child and Sizwe Magwaza do the most on the hook certifying All The Way as a summer hit! 

Link up with Mgaga on his social media, @the_mgaga, for more on the music. 

Listen to All The Way below!

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