PRESIDENT Cyril Ramaphosa’s Cabinet reshuffle is a careful balance between inspiring public confidence and managing the ANC’s internal unity accord, following its December elective conference, analysts said yesterday.
It only took a video from Afrotainment singer Dladla Mshunqisi adding lyrics to Dlala Thukzin’s latest release ‘Clap Clap’ to go viral for it to get a remix. The fans of both artists loved the creativity and lyrics that were added to the song by singer Dladla Mshunqisi and his friend Sizwe Ntuli Mdlalose who is a local MC in Durban. The video made people beg for a remix by the two and a collaboration with Dlala Thukzin, who is the producer and owner of the song ‘Clap Clap’. Zulu Mkhathini days after imitated the same vocals as per the trending video of Mshunqisi at the AKA live concert and also received love. Zulu continued to promote and post the song on his socials. A few days after a snap of Mshunqisi and Zulu confirmed that there is indeed going to be a remix. Dlala Thukzin confirmed this collaboration by posting on his Instagram the few lyrics that were added to the song and captioned:”Clap clap remix” he then tagged the two vocalists @dladlamshunqisi and @zulumakhathini. We cannot wait to hear the final product of the song
From seeing snippets of Dlala Thukzin’s latest single on his Instagram stories and him being the only dj playing it in clubs, the entire nation has waited long enough for the wavy song “Clap Clap.” Thuthuka Zindlovu also known as Thukzin (22) who’s one of the fastest growing brands in the Durban entertainment scene has captured the hearts of all music lovers with his song ‘Clap Clap’ and his unique talent of deejaying. The song ‘Clap Clap’ got so much love whenever Thukzin dropped it in between his sets months before it was released. The entire crowd would go crazy waiting for the bass to drop and everyone starts clapping their hands rhythmically. This resulted in people making memes about the song and people on all social networks begging Thukzin to release the song. When asked how the title came about, Thukzin said “I posted a snippet of the song on Instagram and asked people what I should name this song and they suggested ‘Clap Clap’ and it made sense for it to be named Clap Clap.” Thukzin wanted to create a fun song for people that love entertainment and give people something to do while enjoying his music. After months of waiting and begging, Dlala Thukzin – Clap Clap is now available on all digital platforms such as; Joox, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Deezer and Amazon. We are now clapping all the way to 2020!
Dj Thukzin has been receiving a lot of love for his song ‘Clap Clap’ not only from his fans but the entire nation and local celebrities in the entertainment scene. After releasing the song, it went viral when AKA the ‘Supa Mega’ was jamming and dancing to it on a rikshaw bus here in Durban accompanied by his friends from the Afrotainment record label in Durban owned by Dj Tira. AKA appreciated the music from Thukzin and posted on his Instagram and quoted it “the best sound from KZN” he continued to promote his live orchestra show happening on the 2nd of November at the ICC arena. The likes of Ntando Duma, Zulu Mkhathini, Dj Tira and Dj Lesoul etc. have been showing love to the local Djs new release and claiming that it has the potential to be the song of the year. Well done Thukzin for producing a hit single! If you haven’t heard it you can still get it on all digital platforms such as: Joox, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Deezer and Amazon.
Dubane Spring Break (DSB) took place this weekend at uShaka Marine hosted by Dream Team (Trey and Saso). As usual it had over 1000 attendees from all over Durban. Dubane Spring Break has become an entry to spring tradition that takes place every year in Durban. Music enthusiasts were spoiled with 12 hours of music from top South African artists such as; Nasty C, Beast, Nadia Nakai, Samthing Soweto, Dladla Mshunqisi, Dj Maphorisa, Benny Maverick, Dj Feel and the young talented ‘Magic Handz’ Thukzin. Dlala Thukzin went into superstar mode on Saturday as he shut down the whole of uShaka. The Dj who has played on several of KwaZulu-Natal’s top outdoor events and clubs, amazed the audience by dropping a heavy set of all the latest South African house music infused with some local Durban Gqom. The crowd wet themselves even more in excitement when he dropped his latest single titled ‘Clap Clap’ which is dropping on the 14th of October. Soon after his set social media was flooded with pictures and videos of his performance. Dlala Thukzin amazed the crowd and left them begging for more.
The latest release of young Durban Dj Dlala Thukzin’s ‘Clap Clap’ has taken South African house music to another level. Having only released the song ‘Clap Clap’ on all digital platforms 7 days ago, the song has achieved over 20 000 online streams on iTunes and other platforms. Being introduced as a gqom dj and producer when Thuthuka Zindlovu (22) ‘Thukzin’ broke into the music scene 3years ago by producing for the likes of Mampintsha, Madanon and Babes Wodumo, Thukzin has proved his versatility with the song ‘Clap Clap.’ The past few days have been successful for the Durban based Dj after having released the song online and receiving positive feedback from his followers. On Sunday Thukzin launched and celebrated the success of the song at ‘Envy’ a premium night club which recently opened in Morningside, Durban. The celebration was attended by some of South Africa’s top celebrities, Envy resident Djs such as; Meech, Funky QLA, Dj Feel etc. and hosted by the beautiful Boity Thulo. Thukzin extended his gratitude by playing a special set at Envy and allowed everyone to enjoy the beautiful music that he has produced. You can still purchase and stream the song online on; Joox, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Deezer and Amazon it is officially the #ClapClapSeason.
SOUTH Africa has a new Deputy President, the ANC deputy president and former Mpumalanga premier, David Dabede Mabuza. President Cyril Ramaphosa announced his appointment to the Cabinet in a late night reshuffle on Monday.
CAPE TOWN - State-owned power utility Eskom received a lower credit rating of ‘CCC+’ by S&P Global Ratings.