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Kapital-Grooves-ft-Ndukuman-Sbongimpilo

By - Ndukuman

S’bongimpilo is thanksgiving song, it’s zulu for “We give thanks for life”. The song was produced by Ha Boi Productions’ Dance Camp Kapital Groovez featuring Super Kwaito Recording artist and activist Ndukuman on vocals. It’s a happy song that’s all about appreciating life regardless of any situation. Amapiano meets Super Kwaito in grooving vibe that’s […]

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Mojelo_I Can’t Breathe

By - Mojelo Mojelo

I can’t breathe is a song written and recorded in response to the recent killings of African men and women across America. As Africans we stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in the USA, suffering injustices, racism, racial violence, racial profiling and police brutality.

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Mojelo and Ndukuman – Answer your Phone

By - Mojelo Mojelo, Ndukuman

Answer the phone, is a song performed by Mojelo and Ndukuman. The song is about a guy who has been calling his girlfriend repeatedly without reach, as many lovers stress and get frustrated when they can’t reach their lovers on the phone.

Mojelo comes through with some singing and melody, while Ndukuman lays some ghetto style stylish lyrics and flows on the verses in a conversation with the lady, asking her why she is different lately and ignoring calls. Nduku and Mo will continue to collabo and do music together under the auspice of Ha Boi Productions

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Mojelo – Another Chance

By - Mojelo Mojelo

Another Chance is a song about second chances, learning from mistakes and becoming a better person. The song, features, TrapSoul flows and melodies, with feeling and emotion. A great performance by Mojelo, portraying versatility and style. The Riddim was produced by Ha Boi Productions and also features a song by KG George Called Time is Money.

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African Queen

By - Mojelo Mojelo

Mojelo – African Queen Produced by Flyweh & Ha Boi Productions 2019. Everyday Crisus Riddim A modern sounding Reggae Lover’s Rock song dedicated all the African Queens. Using melodic singing, emotional tones and love song Patois inspired R&B like style feel and vibe. Embracing the African Woman.

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