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GLORY combines hip-hop with a swirl of South African influences, including Amapiano, jazz and deep house. It’s the perfect bed for both artists’ contrasting styles; God Know’s light-footed flow fits well on the jumpy club rhythms and Senita’s room-filling, almost euphoric vocals were purpose-built for the SA club energy“
– Complex

 

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“GLORY means to bring honour. It means having the courage to risk it all. It means not blinking first. To take advantage of everything that has ever been taken for granted.
To find the places where we have abandoned ourselves. To accept that you’ll get punched in the face and smile while your nose bleeds, knowing that we never fight for victory. We fight from victory. And so we give honour to the people who give us joy. Unapologetically black, Irish, diasporan, complex, fluid, and grounded. Glory is not a feeling, not ego worship, not insecurity. A lifestyle of praise and truth. Excellence, honour, praise, celebration, power, respect, integrity, purpose.
This is what it means to walk in the Knowledge of God. GLORY.”
– God Knows

 

 

 

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#Azawi​​ #MyYear​​ #SwangzAvenue​​

 

 

 

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#waterislife #villaviva #waterisahumanright #vivaconagua

 

 

Crosby Bolani‘s new single Villa Viva is an hommage to the Villa Viva Guesthouse in South Africa.
It’s a song about freedom, human rights and great minds, that are willing to take a stand to bring things to a change.
And that’s also what Villa Viva stands for – a place of Togetherness.
Crosby Bolani is a multi-talented artist and producer, whose songs are based on social commentary.
His lyrics are honest and authentic, challenging and questioning.
He speaks about the daily struggle of poor people in the ghettos, about nature and it’s destruction, his livity as a Rastafarian, and his knowledge of African culture and history.
Viva con Agua