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Video: Eliezer 'Self Portrait' + 'Thin Bridge'

Eliezer Cape Town songwriter Lance Herman crafts calm and melancholic compositions using the minimal arrangement of his voice and nylon-string guitar.


Under the moniker of Eliezer, Cape Town songwriter Lance Herman crafts calm and melancholic compositions using the minimal arrangement of his voice and nylon-string guitar. His songs are reminiscent of a number of folk crooners before him, of which he cites Leonard Cohen, Nick Drake and Jose Gonzalez as influences. Watch two of his videos — one a live performance of "Self Portrait" and the other a black-and-white clip for "Thin Bridge" — from earlier this year below. For more head to his website.

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The ‘Coming 2 America’ Original Motion Picture Soundtrack & ‘The Rhythm Of Zamunda’ Are Out Now

Featuring Tiwa Savage, Tekno, Larry Gaaga, Alpha P, Davido and many more.

It has been more than 30 years since the premiere of the beloved classic comedy Coming to America. Its highly anticipated sequel promises to be greater than its predecessor. The film will be accompanied with two albums—Coming 2 America original motion picture soundtrack and Rhythms of Zamunda, whose tracklist is inspired by the movie. Both albums, which are currently available on all major streaming platforms, feature African music royalty Tiwa Savage, Tekno, Larry Gaaga and Alpha P, who joined a select group of artists from around the continent to produce these tracklists.

Still blazing charts after the success of his debut album Old Romance, Tekno has a growing list of impressive collaborations with artists like Davido, Drake, Beyonce, to name a few. The singer does not have not one, but two of his hit songs featured; "Waka Waka" is featured on the official soundtrack and "Skeletun" on Rhythms of Zamunda.

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