Listen Up Kids! This Is A Confession From A Music Whore

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You are all ears, akere? Wonderfulimenti-YO! Of course, ke ra lona bo monate of music mpolaye. So, uMalume we Showbiz called this meeting because…,  Verily, it would seem that ama2000 are having lots of fun with all sorts of modern pop music. Amapiano, in particular, appears to be the thing. Even the African pop artist of the moment, Burnaboy, gives big thumbs up to the sound. Of course, it is a sound of lovelyment to the concerned. Well, you see, because nathi as the youth endala sibudlile obethu ubusha ngomculo wala ekhaya omnandi. Especially township pop.

Additionally, we got to Get Down, you know, like this.., Tsubhu, tshubu tsuzuzuzu, tsubhutsu…, Yeah! You know…, Things of jaiva gently kuze kuse. Fantasy style by BlackBox.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FziicPt9cs

 Thus we mostly look back with pleasant nostalgia because radio exposed us to music broadly, not just to one genre predominantly. By the by…, Radio 2000 does a marvellous job, playing various music bangers of yore to take the youth endala on some back in the day cruises.  That being the case, how about a little piece of delightful music heritage story for you? Certainly! …., Going Way Back Into Time. Aah! The line immediately above is the opener of the R&B tune Don’t Leave Me by Blackstreet. Indeed, Mmino, don’t you dare walk out that door. Please, ka o kopa Ngoma-Licious, listen to Celine Dion on Think Twice when she pleads, Look Back Before You Leave My life. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGwIaL0jOUg

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He hee! Yaz’ Thandiswa Mzwai and bra Hugh Masekela got it correct. Aw’ because what would a music lover do ngaphandle kwe Ngoma? Ehe! Yona engena ngaphakathi kuwe? Yes, ikwenze yazi, ikushaye ubusuku ne mini. Additionally. In other music news, if you listen to Melanie Fiona, you will know not to find yourself on the Wrong Side Of A Love Song. You can ask the writer about it – some songs trigger the stuff of the floods of Noah. Awa! Khese n’jame Monwa and Sun with Louie Tigers Don’t Cry. Iye cala mos, nange izinto zibudisi indoda iyalila jong. Jeys, mudele ilile ngombana batjho engalili-li! Ibhubhela emmbelekweni.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzAgcNdWC-M

Ergo that takes us back to high school in the 80s and early 90s. Dear ma2000, make the writer tell you something. Your parents (mother in particular) had lots of music and fun. So, one or both of your progenitors had an A4 72-page College Exercise Book. 

In the ledger are lyrics expressing your mama or papa’s wish for love or a moan and groan about Heartbreak Hotel things ezabonwa uWhitney Houston, the late. But in this case, the hotel in question would (most) likely be some low, middle or highveld field somewhere or ngemvakwendlu. No offence, but some of you kids got conceived in the most exciting places, under off-the-wall circumstances, you know. Not embhedeni…, Aahhh! Speaking of which…,

 

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Somewhere in Meadowlands, there are these two stouter kinder in their mid-teens. Neighbours they are. And so mfana and na ntombatana are in the habit of doing something the writer’s uncle calls standing. Therefore, in this standing game of theirs, done via the mesh diamond wire fence…, The juices flow, and there is an exchange of baby-making fluids. The pastime continues until the female gets a burn baking in their oven. Mhh! Now, fellow ThiVi Networker, do wonder when you hear someone with the name Fentse. Are they the outcome of Two Play (not Four) of making Love Between The Fence (not Between the Sheets)? 

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Now, back to the A4 72-page dear diary College Exercise Book. Of course, ma2000, le oledi or thayma la ha o could not have possibly written the sweet or pitiful rhyming words in that journal. Some famous U.S.A crooner, songwriter…, Yeah! Bo Milli Vanilli with sad songs like Girl I am Gonna Miss You. Or maybe Billy ‘Mawatle’ Ocean with Love Is Forever. As waar, dintho tse monate of Sounds and Stuff like that tsabo Wilson B Nkosi on a Sunday morning.  Of course, how could we…? Yeah! Yes, not to forget, the sometimes bitter lekker ballady ditties back home. Starting with a stir of the pot of reminiscence is the Soul Brothers’ Mama Wami and Xolisa Umoya. Such are songs of sorrow and delight. Actually, they bring to mind the brilliance of the radio presenter, Kansas City Mchunu.

Ooh! In terms of more local emonate. Then there is doting Blondie Makhene that saunters in, the crooner of Baby I am Missing YouHow could you not be wowed? Take a listen…, Thanks to Max Mojapelo, from his book, Beyond Memory, we know Baby I am Missing You got dedicated to Blondie’s late wife, Agnes. Whilst at it, try Blondie’s brother (Papa) with I’m Still In Love With You. Here…,

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

 Indeed, Happy South African music heritage. Ooh! You might like to check out another list recommending you taste the shake that thing your mama gave yaaah! Mgoovo Songs of back the day. Here…,

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

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