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We Dare You To Listen To This Lesotho-Meets-South Africa Collaboration Without Dancing

Lesotho's  Morena Leraba connects with DJ Spoko and Andre Geldenhuy for "Shongo Foo."

Lesotho-based electronic musician Morena Leraba just released a collaborative single with South Africa’s DJ Spoko and Andre Geldenhuy.


Titled “Shongo Foo,” the single is carried by robust percussion, including bongo drums and a skittering rhythm, courtesy of DJ Spoko and Andre Geldenhuy.

The song’s title came from DJ Spoko, and it means “to floss” in Spoko’s hometown Atteridgeville slang.

Morena Leraba’s music is inspired by the traditional genre from Lesotho called famo, as illustrated in “Shongo Foo”’s vocals. He recorded the track in Johannesburg with the help of Riccardo Benigno at RMB Studios, and it was latered mastered by Jumping Back Slash in Cape Town.       

Listen to “Shongo Foo” below and download it on iTunes.

We dare you to try listen to it without moving a single part of your body.  

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The 10 Best Ghanaian Songs of the Month (February)

Featuring Stonebwoy, KiDi, Kuami Eugene, Sarkodie, Efya, Shatta Wale and more.

In the world of Ghanaian music things have kicked into full gear. This month we had a very dope selection of songs, and all our favorite artists made the cut. Singles on point, visuals on point, collabs on deck, so what else is there left to do? Enjoy the music! Here we bring you the best Ghanaian songs that dropped during the month. Check them out below.

Follow our GHANA WAVE playlist on Spotify here and Apple Music here.

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