DJ Toy is on a mission to prove his worth after his performance at Big Brother Nigeria in February met criticism and negative reviews.
The renowned South African Disc Jockey, is said to have played songs no one wants to dance to, interrupted songs with unnecessary scratches and he abruptly switched songs. Throughout the year, several of DJ Toy performance at various clubs and radio shows has been highly commended by critics.
Collaborator on the song, Moonchild Sanelly isn’t just highly-rated in South Africa alone, the songstress caught the admiration of music lovers across Africa with her greatly praised single “Weh Mameh” which she released in May.
In August, she teamed up with African music heavyweights Eternal Africa ,DJ Tira, Patoranking and DJ Neptune for the revered song titled “Osikapa”.
Saneliswe Twisha popularly known as Moonchild Sanelly had a rough August . She was detained at a Tanzanian airport, seemingly on false claims of drug possession. She made headlines a few days later when she was accused of breaching her contract with her former talent agency SJN Agency.
The south African artiste Moonchild Sanelly first gained recognition in the Durban poetry and music scene before relocating to Johannesburg.
Over the years she has honed her unique style by fusing elements of experimental electronic, afro-punk and edgy-pop with hints of her strong kwaito, hip hop and jazz background. She tackles issues of female empowerment in her lyrics.
Beyond the South Africa’s borders, she is rapidly paving her way in the music industry. The diva has performed in numerous festivals such as SXSW in Houston, Texas and Primavera Sound in Barcelona.
The serial hit maker has swiftly risen to the top of the music industry by thrilling us with various scorchers this year including “Bend Down” , “Kalamo” and “Otunba Lamba”.
Saint Sami Ganja or Slimcase has he is popularly called as also delivered his musical prowess on several acclaimed collaborations this year with features on Omawumi’s “Malowa“, Orezi’s “Maro“, Idowest’s “Omo Shepeteri”, Yemi Alade’s “Shakpati”, D’banj’s “Issa Banger”, DJ Enimoney’s “Diet”, and Mr. Eazi’s “Overload”.
The Ibile musician is credited with the popularization of the shaku Shuku dance movement. He seek to expand his hold in the industry and gain more grounds for indigenous music and this shows in his versatility and his musical performances that leaves no doubt in the mind of music lovers.
“Isthethembu” is a certified hit as it captures the true South African and Nigerian music vibes and we have no doubt at all that you will love this as much as we do. Heck, maybe even more.
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