LISTEN: 5 Weekend Releases You May Have Missed
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We list at least 5 new releases that you may have missed this past weekend. Check them out.

Boskasie drops visuals for her latest single, B.I.Y

Boskasie releases brand new single titled B.I.Y straight after the success of her single “Make Me Feel” which has been charting on different commercial radio stations. The song was produced by Jillz who also produced the Gold selling single by Cassper Nyovest Featuring. Boskasie “Move For Me”. Listeners will love this song because it’s an eclectic fusion between EDM pop and Afro-pop.

This is a fun, happy song about love. Explained very literally using various metaphors about cute cliché things such as butterflies, the ocean and the waves to describe the way I feel about this love. I know that people will love the beat because it immediately makes you want to move your body and dance, once the beat drops.”. – Shares Boskasie

Jay Em feature J Something and Youngsta CPT in groovy new single, I Can’t Wait

Jay Em, the producer duo from Port Elizabeth enlists musical heavyweights J Something & Youngsta CPT for their latest single titled I Can’t Wait.

Jay Em are what we would call the new faces to the new school when it comes to music. Originally inclined to Dance and Electronic music, they are affiliated with Stay True Sounds. On I Can’t Wait, it is clear that they drew influences from dance music but there is something very cross-over and pop inclined about this new single.

The tropical house-infused track is possibly the pairings biggest tune and personifies the best of chill-out sessions and as we long for Summer, these visuals are just the perfect remedy.

Windows 2000 colloborates with Maglera Doe Boy on We Outside

WINDOWS 2000 drops his first release in almost a year. We Outside is a collaboration with Maglera Doe Boy which outlines their ambitions and how much they have been on the grind. 

The up-tempo and bass heavy single is the appropriate accompaniment to the message of the song. WINDOWS 2000 raps about fighting depression and watching how he moves because there are vultures at every turn. All this while he is trying to make the best of 2020 and the things he aspires to achieve as he takes over the summer.

Maglera Doe Boy’s style is largely infectious because of how unconventional it is. The deep voice and intricate and thoughtful lyrics are what put him head and shoulders above what his peers are doing. On We Outside he debuts a rap-singy style that we’ve never heard from him before. He sings about Maglera, his hood, and his sketchy past as he came up with scammers. It’s fresh.

Dibi finally drops the Unapologetic Freestyle Visuals

We have reason to believe that every time Dibi raps, the Hip Hop angels gather to affirm his messages. The young rapper has done it again and dropped the visuals for his 2019 freestyle, Unapologetic taken from his 2019 mixtape, Up Until Now.

The clip was shot on the streets of Johannesburg and sees Dibi rap about why he is the chosen one right now while his entourage seemingly agree with him. The freestyle is extremely braggadocios and Dibi really has the audacity to back his claims up. We believe him.

Costa Titch dropped 2 new singles, Thembi Ft. Boity & Phezulu

Costa Titch is still riding high from his Nkalakatha wave but he decided to drop new songs. Thembi features a solid verse from Boity and Phezulu is strictly for those crazy performances that Costa Titch seemingly has lined up for his fans. Both songs have Kwaito influences peppered all throughout and sees Costa Titch rap largely in vernac, something that we must say are enjoying.

On Thembi he raps about people who never had faith in him before he blew up. But now they want to be all about his business. Those who have been with him from day one can shamelessly jam to this one considering the message. Phezulu just has one line that is catchy and above everything else, it is a special dedication to those that he affectionately calls “Titch Gang”, his number one fans. 

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