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DBN GOGO Releases New Single “Uyathandeka” From Her Upcoming Debut Solo Album

DBN Gogo Uyathandeka

Having cut her teeth in the industry through collaborations with other amapiano artists such as Unlimited Soul (2021’s Breakthrough) and Dhino (2020’s Thokoza Cafe), DBN Gogo is gearing up to release her debut solo project, What’s Real. In doing so, she has released a brand new single titled “Uyathandeka”, featuring Stixx, BoiBizza and amapiano vocalist MaWhoo, which serves […]

DBN Gogo’s Zikode Records releases new single by Stixx, “Buya”

DBN Gogo Zikode Records Stixx

Zikode Records officially launched earlier this year in collaboration with UMG Africa. The label’s first single, “Bambelela”, made a statement with some of the hottest talent in the amapiano circuit – Young Stunna, Pabi Cooper, and Felo le Tee – featuring on it. Today, one of the label’s five artists, Stixx, releases his first single […]

DBN Gogo: The Meister

In so far as music experiences go, you won’t easily forget one by DBN Gogo. I call it an experience because blithely labeling it a set doesn’t quite articulate the encounter. You see, Mandisa Radebe is intimately acquainted with music because she was student of groove. Her university days saw her attend to her law […]

DBN Gogo Spotlighted As The Latest Artist In Equal Music Program

DBN Gogo Equal Music

Spotify has just announced that DBN Gogo has been selected as the latest artist to join their global EQUAL Music Program. The program is a platform aimed at highlighting women in music, and she is the first South African creator in the program that has included Nigerian artist Tiwa Savage, and US rapper Saweetie. As […]

A bold musical world with Moonchild Sanelly, DBN Gogo, Ms Cosmo, and DJ Speedsta

In describing her sound, Moonchild Sanelly has been very deliberate about the way she would like her music to be categorised. “I created my sound “future ghetto funk” in 2007. When I got [to Joburg] I’d gotten deals from different labels. I’d be like ‘I don’t listen to afro-punk, I’m not going to act like […]