A Whore Of Song Celebrates South African Music Heritage, Come…,

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Ja inderdaad, lekker as dai plaaslik ding altyd. As waar, dit is nca, luister net ‘n bietjie, ne. And they sing um like this…, Yini lethi Nca! Nca! Lomshini uyakhuluma Madoda, Yini lethi nca! Nca! Lomshin…, Uyakhuluma lomshin’!

Come on now, do it, Woza Afrika style. Things of iStokvel. Because, indeed, local is lekker all the time. So, the writer wakes up one morning feeling like Sharon D Everybody Say Yeah! Local Is Lekker. Additionally, his remembrance sends him back to his childhood, growing (up) like a sunflower at plot 17 in Bredel near Kaalfontein. Thus emerging first in his memory are three songs that conjure up images of his naughty and adventurous kiddy-self kidding himself about…, 

Well, the duping himself tale is a story for another confession day. Today, we go on about…, Yeah, a reminisce of things like paying twenty cents to the Jukebox, so it plays your favourite tune. Little did the writer imagine as a grown person, he would come across human jukeboxes. In fact, You bet that he who pays the piper calls the tune. For example, you can ask some praise singers (whom you might have to pay for them to speak to you) of the minister of sports, arts and culture. You know, mosdan ne…, Eish! Today things of rent a mouth. Of course, to hear what sounds like music (to your ears) you desire from an autotuned human machine…, Just slot (in) some coins in its mouth. 

 

Back To Lekker Dings Of…,

Nevertheless, the soundtracks of the writer’s kiddy days include Danny Kamazu Maliwa (Hay’ Yo!!) Korobela. Then there is that easy hip-swinging African Dance hit by Richy S. On the other hand, Lazarus Kgakgudi aimed to move the feet, soften the heart and positively influence the thought process with Don’t Hold Her Rough. Therefore, the late musician who got visually impaired counsels…,

Don’t hold her rough, Don’t treat her bad if you really love her. Oh! Plenty is fun-tasting songs from the library of South pop music. But for now…, Here is a Top 30 pick of Back In The Day homebrewed tunes.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYixolswt1Y

  1. Masike Mohapi – Humnana
  2. Copperfield- So You Win Again
  3. Om Alec Khaodi – Say You Love Me
  4. Petit Cheval – It Was The Wind
  5. Cheek to Cheek – So Good, So Nice
  6. SuperAfrika – Love Satisfaction
  7. Ballyhoo- Man On The Moon
  8. Lucky Dube – I’ve Got You Baby
  9. Cinema – My Kind of Girl
  10. Paul Ndlovu – Cool Me Down 

A Quick-Kinky Love Letter To Naomi

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gyCztZUhhc

  1. Marc Alex – Quick Quick
  2. Benjamin Ball – Flash A Flashlight
  3. Via Afrika – Hey Boy
  4. Chicco Twala – Hitsikeni or Watch That Man
  5. Yvonne Chaka Chaka – Isangoma 
  6. Mr. Chaklass and Zone 3 – Hoi Chacklas
  7. Pat Shange – Anytime
  8. eVoid -Shadows
  9. String Ray – Better The Devil You Know
  10. Splash- Peacock

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oo07b7QyqGw

  1. Patricia Majalisa Gimba or Cool Down 
  2. Condry Ziqubu – Mellow Yellow 
  3. Spokes H – Tamatie So
  4. Brenda Fassie and The Big Dudes – No No No Senor
  5. Volcano – WatchOut
  6. CJB -Tonight I Need Somebody
  7. Taboo -Amigo (Zaqhum’ inganono)
  8. Om Alec Khaodi – Say You Love Me
  9. Dan Nkosi – Ganda Ganda
  10. The Invaders -Shockwave

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9djBHtPeAts

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