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Spoek Mathambo's 'Future Sound Of Mzansi 2 Mix'

Spoek Mathambo comes through with his 'Future Sound Of Mzansi 2 Mix' with Petite Noir, Nakhane Toure, The Brother Moves On, DJ Spoko and more.

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Over the weekend Spoek Mathambo came through with a surprise new chapter in his mixtape trilogy. It was just about a month ago that Spoek began rolling out his definitive guide to "future" music in SA, first with an all-rap all-South African 52-minute tape. Next up came a hand-picked selection of electronica/beats/house bliss on the 70-minute Future Sounds Of Mzansi. Pt. 2 of the Mzansi tapes plays like the hybridized flipside of the first, an hourlong exploration of how electronic music has seeped its way into a spectrum of genres in South Africa. Subheaded "Afro Rock Soul Funk Folk Electronica For Turbulent Times," Spoek's latest selection includes cuts from his Fantasma foursome, Nakhane Toure, Petite Noir, Umlilo, Hlasko, The Brother Moves On, Fantasma bassist Vukazithathe, Samthing Soweto, DJ SpokoBeatenberg and more. Listen and download Future Sound Of Mzansi 2 below.

>>>Listen To Spoek's South African Rap Mix

>>>Listen To 'Future Sound Of Mzansi' Part 1: South African Electronic Mix

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