Space Save Logic has announced that his brand-new project, SPACEGOD 2 is being released on the 15th of February 2019, and the pre-order on the 8th of February 2019. The project will be available to stream across digitalp latforms.
The lead single Hit Me Up WAS produced, written and recorded in 2016 by Space SaveLogic himself. He says that, that was around the time he started working on the PROJECT.
“SPACEGOD 2 is a project that I have been working on for the past 3 years, its BASICALLY inspired by my hometown Mamelodi, where I’m from. There is a lot going on in THE township, you either become an inspiration or just another person in the hood. I DROPPED SPACEGOD in September 2015 and everything that was recorded after that was JUST everything I was going through for the past three years and that is also the time I WAS testing my production skills. I feel like with SPACEGOD 2 my production skills have
improved. The project showcases my abilities and creativity.”
Space Save Logic produced eight out-of-nine-tracks from his project.
“SPACEGOD 2 COMING OUT SOON!”
Pre-order SPACEGOD 2 on the 8th of FEBRUARY.
‘SPACEGOD 2′ TRACK LIST.
1. DILO THLAKANA
2. MADE IT OUT
3. TRENCHES feat. 25k
5. STORY SA SPACE
6. RELATE feat. DEEP$
7. TOO LATE
8. LOVE IT OR NOT feat. TTGO
9. HIT ME UP
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Jae Kae is a 20 year old musician who is ready to fly high with her debut single release. Her genuine love for music transcends through her relatable content making her every girl’s best friend. Here’s Jae Kae’s thoughts on her musical journey and new projects.
“I make what I feel, I believe that my music is definitely relatable. What inspired me is how my life used to go downhill and music was always a saviour so I stuck by it and realised my unconditional and genuine love for it since then.
I am not limited to strictly a specific genre, I’m versatile. That definitely makes me different.
My first single ‘Fly High’ just dropped on SoundCloud and I’m now working on an EP consisting of 8 songs.
We definitely need massive annual platforms for upcoming artists to showcase their craft,that would really take our art to the next level.
I’d encourage fellow upcoming artists to keep pushing, someone is watching and you’re closer to your goal than you think.” – Jae Kae
Download Jae Kae – Fly High ft That-Ego (Prod. by Dee).
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Ncamisa Nqana is a performing artist, vocalist and songwriter. This song bird’s voice takes you through a spiritual journey of musical storytelling every time she stands up to sing. Find out a little more about Ncamisa Nqana and what keeps her focused on her dream.
“I am a performing artist, a vocalist, backing vocalist, songwriter, bandleader, arranger and vocal coach. I was inspired to become a musician because I’ve always had music all around me. I come from a musical family where my Grandmother used to tour around the world through Choral Choirs, my mom is a composer, my father appreciates music, my sister is a guitarist. Singing is second nature to my family, at home or at family gatherings.
My music is unique because it travels from the past, present to the future. It is about conveying familiar situations of our lives through a particular style of music and most importantly it touches the heart.
I am releasing my single this year called ‘MELODI YA DINONYANA’ and launching the single on the 4th of April 2019. I offer private vocal lessons at Vocal Clinic as I am the founding member. I am selling an accessory range from BirdWorks. I’ve also formed a band called ‘Senzangakhona’ alongside Izah Kutsh and Bongani Mtshweni(The Beatboxologist). You can also expect to see me performing at the Ghana Awards 2019, I’ll also be part of the Freedom The Musical production, that will be playing at The South African State Theatre from April to June 2019.
I think the music industry should aim to make all platforms accessible to every artist. Learn to accommodate every genre equally by focusing on making artists empowere through entrepreneurship. That’s how they will get what is due to them. Artists shoukd be more well taken care of too, start implementing benefits for registered artist such as subsidised medical aid.
I encourage all upcoming artists to remember that this is their journey alone. Know who you are and where you come from. Do what resonates within you. Know your worth. Nothing is impossible. Be patient and persevere. Every little thing that you are investing in your career will eventually get you to where you are supposed to be. Pray, fast and work hard.” Ncamisa Nqana
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After a year long spiritual hiatus, the Pretoria native is ready to arm his supporters with ammunition
to fight off the critics in the heated debate on whether TTGO has a place within the spectrum of South African Hip Hop. Partnering with independent record label, RAD Music, the album campaign begins with the title song “Lifestylion” – set for release on all digital platforms January 18th 2019.
The song incapsulates a nostalgic tone as TTGO refers to remembering a simpler time in his own life and for South Africa when songs like “sika lekhekhe” by Arthur Mafokate was the theme music for the everyday South African. He also points out that although times were tough during those days, all green pastures start out as rough terrain with the line “It wasn’t that bad, Monatè o thoma bo slegè”. The 11 track album is set to arrive March 1st 2019.
For more information or to schedule an interview contact Setshaba Phalane on 062 826 7378.
“The Art of Making Music is simultaneously an outlet for personal expression and a gift of self to the world. My music is an expression of my life-journey and the influences and circumstances that have shaped me and my world view. Whether the tempo is fast or slow, the tone angry or soft, the content deep or light, my underlying sound is always HARD, BANGING and PROVOCATIVE, touching both thought and emotion, and forever danceable.
My music springs from the evocative memories of the sounds of various musical genres, especially Kwaito, RnB, Soul, Hip-Hop and House.
With the birth of “Get Tipsy”, I aimed to create a new sound that will challenge and extend South African Hip-Hop to further creative heights.
On this project I express Love through the intermingling of feel-good summer vibes, powerful Hip-Hop Beats, festive moments, and strong melody. I call this “Mohlakanyo”, a new musical sub-genre, meaning, ‘The fusion of South African genres to create an exciting new sound, mixed, stirred and baked under the blazing Burgersfort sun.’ This is the music I love to listen to and the music I love to make.
It took so much hard work to put this Ep together and I would like to thank all my people who supported me with a special shout out to Brigid Schutz(HipHoperNation), Chealex Mpanza (Street Warm Entertainment) and Kea (Artizens ZA) through the making of Summer Love.” -Slabsta
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Farai Shelton is a singer and songwriter who seeks to inspire and motivate people, this fused with his vocal talent and passion for sound has lead to his pursuit of a career in music. Get to know a little more about the afro pop musician.
“I would say I’m an inspirational lyricist whose influenced by a blend of different sounds including jazz, house music, pop and more. I got inspired to make music firstly by the love I had for music dating back to a time when I didn’t even know I could actually sing,
also the need to inspire and motivate people in their day to day lives has kept me fueled.
My music is unique because I mix different languages and sounds, it appeals to a diverse listenership which has been really working well for me.
I’ve got a single that I’m working on since my move to South Africa. I have a ton of unrecorded song’s so I’m also working on doing a live recording
“Afro MashUp” hopefully early next year 2019.
Starting on my own as a solo artist I got to see how hard it can be, established artists and industry gurus need to do more in terms of identification of talent and grooming the next generation.
I’d encourage upcoming artists to remember that the most important thing is to follow your heart and don’t give up on your dreams, look for someone better than you who can impart some good knowledge to you and don’t be afraid to knock on doors and pitch yourself.” -Farai Shelton.
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Holiday time means giving time for the Hip Hop Cares community which will be hosting its annual award ceremony on December 25, 2018. The coveted awards are said to have made people cry, started good old hip hop beefs and have built friendships and ended them. The sought after Hip Hop Cares Award is not just an award. Its described as a seal of approval from the Limpopo hip hop community. It is the ultimate reward where you are recognised by judges and your peers.
In light of that, Slabsta has been nominated in two categories for the Hip Hop Cares Awards 2018. The musician is up for Best Collaboration for the song “Styla Sa December” with Adroit and Best Visuals for his “Can’t Stop Me” music video. We have a feeling he will be a fan favorite in both catagories.
You can cast your vote on:
Hip Hop Cares Awards facebook page.
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