10 Mzansi-American Musical Collaborations!
Collaborating with well renowned American artists somehow seems to be out of reach but bellow is 10 SA musicians who have proved otherwise.
1. Gigi Lamayne
SA hip-hop queen Gigi Lamayne recently dropped a hot collaboration with American Rapper Bri Biase titled Mojo Mojo
2. Black Coffee
In 2016, Black Coffee worked with Alicia Keys on ‘In Common’ remix, he has also worked with Drake on his album, More Life. In 2018, He worked with David Guetta on a hit song titled ‘Drive’ featuring Delilah Montagu.
3. Busiswa & Moonchild Sanelly
Busiswa and Moonchild Sanelly scooped the biggest collaboration when they featured on Beyonce’s song titled ‘My Power’. They became the first musicians from South Africa to collaborate with Beyonce.
4. Nasty c
Nasty C recently released a song featuring T.I titled ‘They Don’t’. He has also worked with French Montana.
Kwesta wrapped up last year with a bang by releasing a single, titled I Came, I Saw featuring Rick Ross. He has also worked with the likes of Rich Homie Quan and Wale.
6. Cassper Nyovest
Cassper Nyovest is one SA Hip Hop artist who has been able to do a lot of international collaborations. He has worked with The Game, Black Thought, Talib Kweli, DJ Drama, and Casey Veggies.
Anatti featured DJ Khaled on his single titled ‘Bananas' back in 2014. He is also part of the writing team for a BET-nominated song titled ‘Brown Skin Girl’ by Beyonce, Wiz Kid, and Blue Ivy Carter
8. DJ Maphorisa
Dj Maphorisa worked with Jamaican-American electronic dance music trio Major Lazer on a single titled ‘Particula’ featuring Nasty C, Ice Prince, Patoranking and Jidenna
The late Motswako king HHP did his first international collaboration back in 2009. He featured Nas on his single titled Keledimo and he also worked with Talib Kweli, Raheem DeVaughn, and Asheru.
10. Du Boiz
Rapper Du Boiz featured American rapper Tyga on his single titled ‘Dope Dreams’ back in 2016.
Which one has been your favourate collaboration?
Source: Opera News