It’s officially the beginning of Youth Month in South Africa and this is reflected in the youth-driven energy we’ve seen in recent weeks. From the support to the USA’s George Floyd and Black Lives Matter protests, to our very own movements in South Africa, as thousands protested against the injustice suffered by Collins Khosa.
Millennials have been at the forefront of the revolution, and it’s no surprise that the music which is trending today – on the first #NewMusicFriday of June – is punctuated by youthful exuberance.
And hey, you don’t have to be any age to be youthful. I’m approaching 30 but still appreciate my youthfulness – and through the music below, I sincerely hope you’ll be able to as well!
Boity Thulo is really loving life right now and it’s no surprise. The newly signed Def Jam star began the newest chapter of her career by releasing a new single, Own Your Throne.
After he got the timeline raving with the #BustAMove challenge (why was the hashtag spelt differently to the song’s title?) Kid Tini has released a saucy video for the single Buss A Move.
Zimbabwean rapper Brett Rammz featured his compatriot Cal Vin on the Tweezy produced banger Izinja
Skiibii and Reekado Banks have teamed up on a track that they hope will live up to its title – Banger
In neighbouring Ghana NaaNa Blu has released her newest hit single No Pressure
Krymi is showing love to a special someone in his life with the new single “So Damn Fine“
Sauti Sol have had us in our feels for weeks following the release of their latest jam, Insecure . Today marked a day of celebration as the Kenyan outfit released their long-anticipated album, Midnight Train.
Meanwhile Tanzania’s Diamond Platnumz has stolen the show by starring on KrizBeatz’ new single Abi