There was a time South Africans used to release bubble gum music

Driven by apartheid emotions. But men, that was some good music. Feel free to put a link to one or two: Remember Yvonne Chaka Chaka: Or the song jive Soweto:

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Angusha maberena maberena my house on fire maberena. This song was my favourite nikiwa pre- unit.

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STEVE KEKENA

This song gives me Chills. So much Memories

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Another classic by Pat Shange

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Wewe ni Mesee wa 1985 thereabout

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Suafee I never knew huwa ina itwa I’m burning out.

Skiza bass guitar msee

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There was a time,and the time is still timing

If you look you will find, South Africa still produces good African music that appreciates the changing world and globalisation while true to Africa

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Waah?hii song ni ya satafrika?used to imagine ni carribean.siku za rock night carnie tukiwa campo tulikua tunasumbua dj ben wa carnie na request ya hii song mara kaa tatu kabla a change rythm aingie heavy metal

I generally agree …
For me , it is the classics …:blush:

The Live Graceland Concert Tour - Rufaro Stadium - Harare , Zimbabwe.

Paul Simon , Dr. Joseph Shabalala (RIP) & Ladysmith Black Mambazo on Acapella Vocals , Hugh Masakela (RIP) on Trumpet and Fender Bass Guitarist , Bakhiti Khumalo really killed it …!!:blush:

Diamonds in the Soles of Her Shoes”.

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The first song I danced to at my freshers’ ball pale Stellenbosch University.

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That Peacock jam will SLAP FOREVER. Very bubblegum and that is very ok.

Enjoy this one too. This one used to be on heavy rotation at KBC in the early 90s. Cherished forever!

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Mimi ni msee wa kwaito, kina TKZee Noma saidi

He looks like Uhuru Kenyatta. Or Kalonzo Musyoka.

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