Uhuru And Wizkid Team Up For 'Duze'

Stream and download South African collective Uhuru and Nigerian StarBoy Wizkid's high-octane collaboration "Duze."

South Africa's Uhuru — the collective comprised of producers DJ Clap and Maphorisa, pianist Mapiano, and vocalist Xelo  come through with "Duze," a high-octane collaboration with Nigerian Starboy Wizkid. The single kicks off with Wizzy's signature high-pitched croons, which fit perfectly over Uhuru's trademark heavily-percussive beatwork and addictive synth lines. The Uhuru quartet is coming off the release of their recent Dubai-shot video for "The Sound" alongside Davido and DJ Buckz. Wizkid's had a busier 2015, releasing the standout visuals for "Ojuelegba" and "Sound It," collaborating for the first time with 2face Idibia, and getting a remix from Sarkodie. Stream and download Uhuru and Wizkid's "Duze" below.

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>>>Download: Uhuru "Duze" ft. Wizkid


11 Rwandan Artists You Should Be Listening To

Musicians like Bushali, Kivumbi King, Rita Ange Kagaju, and Alyn Sano have been putting their mark on the ever-changing Rwandan soundscape.

The current landscape of modern Rwandan music is more dynamic than ever before, from updated versions of traditional folk sounds to the recent 'KinyaTrap' phenomenon that has permeated playlists across the country. For decades, Rwandan airwaves have been dominated by international hits — and by a handful of established Rwandan superstars — but now, as the country continues to develop and diversify, so does its musical setting, with new and different sounds ascending from the hills. The past five years have seen the emergence of an army of young artists eager to reclaim their languages (Rwanda has four official languages) and identity, interlacing their music with influences that stretch far and wide.

Here are 11 artists that have emerged in the past five years to put their mark on the ever-changing Rwandan soundscape.

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