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Watch AliThatDude & Hunter Rose's Heartwarming New Music Video

Watch the music video for the first single from AliThatDue's new EP, "Burgundy (Cognac)."

Cape Town-based Namibian artist AliThatDude released a beautiful R&B; EP, Mood Ring, last week that you should really listen to.

He just followed the release up with a music video for one of the songs on the project, "Burgundy (Cognac)," which features Cape Town-based singer Hunter Rose.

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You Should Listen to AliThatDude’s R&B EP, ‘Mood Ring’

AliThatDude is back with his second EP.

South Africa-based Namibian AliThatDude just released his second EP, Mood Ring. The artist, who's one third of the Namibian hip-hop crew, Black Vulcanite, raps less and sings more when he's solo—And he's great at it.

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These Namibian Rappers are the First "Black Colonialists" in Space in This Must-See Video

Namibian rap trio Black Vulcanite talk 'Black Colonialists,' reclaiming spaces and their latest video in a new interview with Okayafrica.

When futuristic Namibian rap trio Black Vulcanite burst onto the southern African hip-hop scene in 2013, they brought with them an air of consciousness that had been missing for some time. Ever since Tumi's Once Upon a Time in Africa and Zubz's Get Out, SA hip-hop had been missing the unspoken truths we were all witnessing but could do little about. Black Vulcanite's Remember the Future, however, foreshadowed a rise in black consciousness throughout southern Africa. They've been relatively quiet since then, but with the rise of #FeesMustFall in South Africa, #ThisFlag in Zimbabwe and various other protest movements throughout the region, there’s perhaps no better time than now for the group’s return.

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