K.O – Waya Waya ft. Cassper Nyovest Music Video | Review

K.O - Waya Waya ft. Cassper Nyovest Music Video – Review

K.O – Waya Waya ft. Cassper Nyovest Music Video – Review Published on July 18, 2018 on KOOfficial VEVO YouTube channel. The song Waya Waya was released just a few weeks ago. Now we have a video to go along with the song. Redlive Fire Rating = I am going to say K.O – Waya Waya ft. Cassper Nyovest is Scorching. This video makes me want to go buy myself red coloured shack. Also read: Emtee – Thank You Music Video | Review

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What Happened to Teargas?

What Happened to Teargas?

Teargas is a South African rap group that was made of three members. The members are Ntokozo Mduli “K.O.”, Ezee Hanabe “Ma-E” and Bantu Hanabe “Ntukza.” Some Background K.O. is from Piet Retief in Mpumalanga. Ma-E and Ntukza are brothers from Soweto in Gauteng. The three met in Vaal Tri-angle Technikon in Vanderbijlpark due to their common interest in the hip hop. They became friends and explored the underground hip hip scene. In 2004 they officially formed “Teargas.” Reports state that the named was “inspired by the country’s political past…

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Emtee – Thank You Music Video | Review

Emtee - Thank You Music Video | Review

Emtee – Thank You Music Video | Review. Hello and welcome to RedLive YouTube video. If you enjoyed the video please comment, like and share it with your social people. Unless you don’t have friends. To check out my previous video click the one right. The video on the left is randomly selected by YouTube so don’t blame me. Emtee – Thank You Music Video Also watch: Emtee Collapses Live on Stage Don’t forget to subscribe and join the pack.

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What Happened to Skwatta Kamp

What Happened to Skwatta Kamp

Skwatta Kamp is a South African awards winning hip-hop group. Their music was a mixture of English and vernacular. Some Background Let’s start with the name Skwatta Kamp which is derived from the English words “squatter camp” which is the term used to refer to informal settlements. Coincidently it has been brought to my attention that if you are to google “squatter camps” the search results are mostly populated with white people in squatter camps. I am not going to get into that debate here though. Skwatta Kamp the hip hop…

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What Happened to Bongo Maffin

What Happened to Bongo Maffin

Bongo Maffin is a South African Kwaito/ Afro Pop group. The four members that have been part of the group are Jah Seed, Stone, Thandiswa Mazwai and Speedy. Some Background The story goes that Zimbabwean born musician and DJ Zah Seed formed Bongo Maffin shortly after moving to South Africa in 1996. In the beginning it was Jah Seed and vocalist Stone Seete who had previously worked as a backup singer for Kwaito musician Thebe. In 1997 Thandiswa Mazwai joined the group as the lead singer and she had previously…

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What Happened to Bongi Dube

What Happened to Bongi Dube

Bongi Dube is the daughter of the late legendary reggae musician Lucky Dube. Like her father Bongi Dube is also a musician. Some Back Ground Reports state that Bongi got into the music industry by chance. I would say destiny if you believe in such. With a father in the music industry she started singing from a young age. Singing in school choirs. She made her breakthrough into the music industry when she got a call from a guy, Bheki Dlamini who had heard her sing and wanted her to…

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What Happened to H2o (Hip Hop Group)

What Happened to H2o

H2o is a South African Hip-Hop duo who comes from Meadowlands, Soweto. The two members are Menzi Dludla and Siphiwe Ngwenya. Some Background The duo started out as a Kwaito group known as MSV. The Kwaito route wasn’t working out all that well and later on decided to start producing Hip-Hop music and distance themselves from Kwaito. In an effort to further distance them from previous endeavours they changed their name to H2o. They seem to prefer 3 letter names. The rhyme in Zulu and have provided many memorable lines…

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Kwesta’s DaKar II Album Goes 7x Platinum

Kwesta's DaKar II Album Goes 7x Platinum

South African Hip Hop artist who is popularly known as Kwesta took to social media to share that his third album DaKar II has gone multi-platinum. As per RISA certificate an album must sell 30,000 units to be certified platinum. On a tweet Kwesta wrote the following. I wonder though if Kwesta’s DaKar II is really SA Hip Hop’s all time selling album though as Cassper Nyovest Tsholofelo album has supposedly reached diamond. Congratulations to Kwesta for this incredible milestone and will the hits on the album diamond status is…

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How Much SA Musicians Charge Per Show

How Much SA Musicians Charge Per Show

The South African music industry has certainly blown up in recent years and so has the amount of money musicians charge per show. Rewind a decade back if you told your parent that you wanted to be a musician, you would likely be told about so and so who is a doctor, who drives such and such cars, and lives houses here and there. Today though musician make the kind of money doctors would love to get there surgical gloves on. Let’s take a look at: How Much SA Musicians…

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