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Muzi, Una Rams and Saint Seaba Release Colorful Video For ‘Chocolate Dreams’

Watch Muzi's latest music video for "Chocolate Dreams"

Towards the end of 2017, South African producer Muzi released the song "Chocolate Dreams" which features South African rising singer Una Rams and Nigerian producer and singer Saint Seaba.


The music video for "Chocolate Dreams" premiered on Complex UK yesterday. The song has pop, house and Afrobeat flavors, and should be your new favorite, if it isn't already. Una Rams, who is affiliated to Black Coffee's Soulistic Music, impresses with effortless vocals as per usual fashion.

He even sings in his mother tongue Tshivenda on the song's last verse, and he sounds like money.

On the video, which was directed by Stephan Hambsch, Una Rams performs in front of a backdrop that keeps changing colors, an effect that suits the song's light-hearted mood.

We recently listed Una Rams among the 20 South African artists who could fuck up the game this year, and he is right on his way. Revisit the list here.

Watch "Chocolate Dreams" below.

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Ugandan Sports Maven Usher Komugisha Is Preparing To Spread Her Wings

After successfully commentating at the recent Basketball Africa League held in Kigali, award-winning sports journalist and analyst Usher Komughisha is dead set on pursuing a new challenge.

Most times, when we think of sports industry personalities, especially in Africa, the first name that springs to mind is usually that of a male. Women, however, are increasingly breaking barriers and taking up their rightful positions everywhere in society. And it's so inspiring to watch!


Usher Komugisha continues to defy the odds, and she is rising to become a household name in the sports industry in Africa. If you followed the inaugural Basketball Africa League (BAL) competition that kicked off on May 16, 2021 in Kigali, Rwanda, then you definitely know who we are talking about. With great power, control and a unique voice, Usher commanded the attention of basketball lovers in the 215 countries it was broadcasted to.

Usher's bubbly personality, which shone through when I first contacted her telephonically, brought warmth, a sense of comfort and for a minute it felt like we'd been friends for eternity. Below, she lets us into her sport-filled world...

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