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Our local House fraternity has consistently kept its shoulder to the wheel, doing what it can to bring on board a multitude of vocalists, song writers and stylings to ensure the genre remains one of the more enjoyable ones we have. Our best international prospects also come from this genre, with the likes of Black Coffee and, more recently, Master KG making it big overseas.

A dark horse in this field are two men from Soshanguve – Thabo “Smol” Mabogwane and Bongani “DJ Murder” Mohosana – who have a tentative spiritual connection with their work, which is evident from the moment you make the decision to hit play on any one of their first three albums. Black Motion’s intoxicating stage presence and awe-inspiring performances bring an energy that, when combined with their music, is uncontainable. Their organic and Afrocentric arrangements tap into a primal desire

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