Audio: DJ Satelite 'Luanda No Horizonte Vol. 2' [Mixtape]

Stream and download Angolan DJ Satelite's Luanda No Horizonte Vol. 2 mixtape.

Angola's DJ Satelite speedily churns out the sequel to the solid Luanda No Horizonte mix we posted a minute ago. With this second installment, Satelite continues his seamless excursion into the sounds from Luandan nightlife. See the full tracklist and download LNH 2 below.


1 – Teka Munike – Revolution ft Ruby Gold

2 – Mazorra Master – Dj Silyvi ft Mamukeno

3 – Respect (Efimaneko) – Cox

4 – La Vida – Micasa

5 – I’m so in love – Cox | Uncle

6 – Set Me Free – Black Motion & Dj QT ft Xoli

7 – Afro love – DJ Jesus feat Mily

8 – Kindred Spirit Ensemble – Shinning Liberation (Rancido & Rob Manga’s AfricanSoul Mix)

9 – Soldier Ascension – Djeff Afrozilla

10 – Nofesa ndinga Djeff – Sereno

11 – The Thing About Deep – Agev Munsen ft Roland Clark (Boddhi Satva Teknik Mix)

12 – DJ Cesar, Renato Xtrova – Summer Beat ft Irina (Original Mix)

13 – Ponto de Luz (Afro Mix) Sara Tavares (Motion House & DJ Tocarvalho Remix)

14 – Sexy – DJ Jesus

15 – Piluka (Radio Edit) – Djeff feat. Gari Sinedima

[H/T Akwaaba]

Photo by Rachel Seidu.

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