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Spoek Mathambo Presents 'Cava The Combo II: South African Rap Mix'

Download the second installment of Spoek Mathambo's massive South African rap mixtape series "Cava The Combo II."


Spoek Mathambo's first installment of Cava The Combo, which we featured back in April, has held up to be one of our favorite Mzansi mixes of the year (alongside his Fantasma partner-in-crime DJ Spoko's recent AIYE mixtape). In this celebratory second installment of Cava The Combo, Spoek returns with more of the finest rap joints coming out of South Africa these days, including tracks from many of our favorites like Riky Rick, Cassper Nyovest, AKA, Boyzn Bucks, JR, and more. "I'm back with part 2!! This has been an awesome year for rap in SA...made you a mix!!" Spoek mentioned on his Facebook page. You might wanna download this one quick as these only live on soundcloud for a short minute. Hear Cava The Combo II: South African Rap Mix below.

TRACKLIST

WTF – Nomusa

Riky Rick & Sibot – Tick Tick Boom

Flosstradamus – MFU (Sheen Skaiz Remix)

Aka ft KO – Run Jozi

WTF ft AEWON – WANGNIKA (MNIKE)

Cassper Nyovest – She Loves Me

Chazz Le Hippie ft F3 Dipapa, Genesis, Skawta,TC Real & BadAss – Pasop

Sean Pages – Wadijaja

Riky Rick – Boss Zonke

AKA ft. Burna Boy, Da Les & Jr. – All Eyes On Me

Emamkay – Our Wonders

Reason – Awesome (feat. Pac Div)

Morale ft Kwesta & Lection – Buwa

Gigi LaMayne – City Lights

Fantasma – Shangrila

Youngsta – Salutas

KO – Ding Dong

$tilo Magolide Ft Jay Claud3 – All On Me

Chazz Le Hippie – Fast Trapp

DJ Dimplez – Yaya feat. Dream Team & Anatii

Da Les – Dice

JR – Soena Papa

Aewon Wolf – Miller Time

Loui Lvndn – Degrees of Comparison

Pxsh – Pxcman(Prod.by Emmamk)

BFG – As’jiki

Dotcom – Izapha (feat. Casper Nyovest)

Boyzn Bucks – Mswenkofontein (Feat. Okmalumkoolkat, Stilo Magolide & u_Sanele)

Kid X – Cooler Bag

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