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Netflix Reveals New Faces for Second Season of ‘Blood & Water'

Netflix South Africa has shared the new faces joining 'Blood & Water' for the highly anticipated second season.

Netflix South Africa has revealed the new additions to the popular original series Blood & Water. This comes ahead of the highly anticipated second season which is reportedly set to premiere later this year. Netflix South Africa's shared a fun video of the cast dancing behind the scenes and fans immediately spotted new faces. The video, which has close to 200 000 views, has Blood & Water followers excited for the second season.


Read: Netflix's 'Blood & Water' Set to Return for Second Season

According to TimesLIVE, the new faces joining Blood & Water are Leroy Siyafa, who will play Sam, a new love interest that is set to cause chaos. Katishcka Chanderlal and Alzavia Abrahams will play new characters, Pauline and Zayd. The other addition is Reece, played by Greteli Fincham, who will be getting more screen time in the second season.

Netflix South Africa has shared the video of the new fresh-faced cast members dancing with some of the season one cast members including Ama Qamata, Natasha Thahane, Cindy Mahlangu, Arno Greeff, Dillon Windvogel and Khosi Ngema. The new cast announcement follows Blood & Water director, Nosipho Dumisa's mission to open up the South African TV and film industry.

Blood & Water was the first-ever original African series to be ranked first in ten different countries including the U.S and Nigeria. The hit series was South Africa' second Netflix original after Queen Sono. The teen-led high school drama follows the lives of wealthy South African teenagers and the shocking scandals that they are embroiled in. The series has also been noted for its stellar soundtrack which has featured Nasty C and Rowlene.

Watch the Blood & Water season two cast dance it out in the video below.

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11 Rwandan Artists You Should Be Listening To

Musicians like Bushali, Kivumbi King, Rita Ange Kagaju, and Alyn Sano have been putting their mark on the ever-changing Rwandan soundscape.

The current landscape of modern Rwandan music is more dynamic than ever before, from updated versions of traditional folk sounds to the recent 'KinyaTrap' phenomenon that has permeated playlists across the country. For decades, Rwandan airwaves have been dominated by international hits — and by a handful of established Rwandan superstars — but now, as the country continues to develop and diversify, so does its musical setting, with new and different sounds ascending from the hills. The past five years have seen the emergence of an army of young artists eager to reclaim their languages (Rwanda has four official languages) and identity, interlacing their music with influences that stretch far and wide.

Here are 11 artists that have emerged in the past five years to put their mark on the ever-changing Rwandan soundscape.

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