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Weekend Burners: The Best Tracks & Music Videos Of The Week

Stream the best African music tracks and videos that came across our desks this week.


Études x The Fader, photograph by Georgie Wood.

In Weekend Burners we highlight our choices of the best African music tracks, videos, and mixes that came across our desks throughout the week. Stream & download them below, straight from the Okayafrica bunker, and click on the track titles for more info:

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Cassper Nyovest ‘Doc Shebeleza’

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Young Fathers ‘Get Up’ + ‘Low’ + ‘Rumbling’ Live at Electrowerkz

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StarBoys L.A.X & Wizkid Team Up On ‘Ginger’

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LV x Josh Idehen ‘Imminent’

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Davido x Mafikizolo ‘Tchelete (Goodlife)’

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AJ Holmes’ 20 Years Of Kwaito Mix

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Auntie Flo 'Hey Don't Make Trouble'

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Revivolution Rapper Tommy Ills’ Cape Town Romance ‘See You Later’

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Mizan's Ethereal Soul Track 'Thru'

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Sauti Sol’s Steamy ‘Nishike’ Video

Photo by Meztli Yoalli Rodríguez

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