Trending On The Tube This Week (W43)T 

There’s almost always something fresh to watch on the tube; From music videos, random videos, original youtuber content to illegally streamed content, the list is endless. Every other week, we’ll share what we find interesting on the tube;

In part two of A-Reee’s The Oh Well Touché Mindest, the crew shares their thoughts on his 15-track tape From Me To You & Only You. Reece is one of the hottest in the game right now, and to quote Zoocci Coke Dope who is featured on the tape and makes an appearance in the series, ”Nobody is doing it like Reece, he’s a monster right now, he’s providing the music and its top quality”. This episode is essentially a celebration of the tape’s release.

 

In episode 3 of Catching Waves with Scoop Makhathini, he checks out a new Saturday afternoon social event Feel Good Series put together by Nandi who was part of The Weekend Social. Scoop then heads out to Accra in Ghana for the Chale Wote Street Art festival. A festival that showcases the best in African art, food, clothing and everything creative. It was a beautiful insight into what Africa has to offer. The show ends with highlights from the Redbull Culture Clash.

West Ink Records dropped Babes Wodumo Ft CEO Mampintsha’s Ganda Ganda visuals. A definite summer banger, expect to see lots of moves, township culture and a vibe reminiscent of OkMalumKoolKat’s Gqi! visuals, very similar. This is gqom royalty!

Amanda Black thrills on JR’s Feel Good Sessions stages, we wrote extensively on her performance here. An emotive performance to remind you of the talent we have in her.

DJ Maphorisa pulls Nasty C, Ice Prince, Patoranking and Jidenna for Major Lazer’s acrobats inspired Particula. These late 70s styled visuals in the centre of Johannesburg are simply gorgeous, a beautifully shot video that celebrating our rich urban black culture.

The Ubunifu Space team reacts to Tholukuthi Hey! visuals by DJ Euphonik Ft Killer Kau & Mbali. Unsurprisingly, the group easily caught on to the hook and connected to the infectious beat, they’ve been known to enjoy South African house production. The social media backstory of the track was just a sweetener. A dope reaction from the UK crew.

 

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