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Tracka de Day: Oskido Presents Black Motion ft. Jah Rich "Banane Mavoko."

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Kwaito-House from South Africa been blowin' up and veteran producer Oskido has been riding the wave as he presents Black Motion featuring Jah Rich with "Banane Mavoko."  This infections rhythm is topped with endearing flute rifts, deep synth stabs, and chill- chants making it a minimal dance symphony perfect for club goers, and bedroom dancers alike. Vocals by the late and great Jah Rich. The track is from last year, but the video was just released this February.

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