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Brotha Onaci x DrewCool 'Township Treats' Mixtape

Download Brotha Onaci x DrewCool's African electronic music "Township Treats" mixtape


Kwaito-obsessed selectors Brotha Onaci and DrewCool combine forces in the South African-heavy Township Treats mixtape. The mix draws inspirations from DrewCool's "numerous trips to South Africa, [through which] he was drawn to house music and immersed... into the township sounds of Pretoria, Durban, and Soweto." For more from the artists, check out Brotha Onaci's Africa In Your Earbuds tape and DrewCool's Mzansi Unearthed mixes. Download the hour-long Township Treats below.

Track List

01. Aero Manyelo - “Just In Time”

02. Mzee - "Zvinosiririsa (Morra Derey Watcha Mix)"

03. Monotone - "Invitation to Dance" F. RubyGold

04. Mzee - "Mahuwelele F. Candy Nurse (Mzee's Tribal Mix)"

05. Mashabela Galane - “Papago (DJ Whisky Mix)”

06. Infinite Boys - “Teka Teka” F. Coco

07. Black Motion - “Wumi Wango (Motion Drum)” F. SoulFlow

08. Queens of Dance - “Thamba Wena”

09. Oskido - “DJ’s Manifest” F. Character

10. Oskido ft Dr Malinga - “Moshito”

11. Black Motion ft Candy - “Tsa Mandebele”

12. Black Motion - “The Documentary”

13. Black Motion - “Thrills”

14. DJ Cleo - “Gangnam Style”

15. Aero Manyelo ft DJ Tira & Amenisto - “Imhlola ka James”

16. Aero Manyelo - “Black Blue Green”

17. Aero Manyelo - “More Energy”

18. Masters at Work - “Work (Uhuru Remix)”

19. DJ Choice ft McKenzie - “Mapantsula”

20. Professor - “Umuntu”

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