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NTS announce amapiano compilation with previously unreleased track from Gaba Cannal

The 17-track compilation is coming at the end of July

  • Jemima Skala
  • 26 June 2021
NTS announce amapiano compilation with previously unreleased track from Gaba Cannal

Hark all Amapiano fans: NTS is putting out a 17-track amapiano compilation featuring previously unreleased tracks from a combination of Amapiano stalwarts and rising stars.

‘Amapiano Now’ will be released on July 23.

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The lead single chosen to announce the release is an eight-minute epic from Gaba Cannal (pictured), ‘Shona Le’.

‘Amapiano Now’ features artists like King Jazz, Mr JazziQ, Kamo Mphela, DBN Gogo, Vigro Deep and many many more.

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The compilation has been put together by Shannen SP, the London-based DJ and co-curator of the monthly Corsica Studios night ø alongside Kode9, and Joe Cotch, founder of music brand Cotch International, in collaboration with NTS.

Listen to ‘Shona Le’ and check out the full compilation tracklist below.




Tracklist

1. Caltonic SA ft. DJ Buckz, Thabz Le Madonga — Super Star

2. DBN Gogo & Musa Keys & Dinho (ft Koek Sister, Optimist Music SA, Makhanj & Lebza TheVillain) — Possible

3. Alfa Kat & TidoSoul — Sip Sip

4. MachiinaSA — James Bond

5. Gaba Cannal ft. E_Clips Mzansi — Shona Le

6. King Jazz — Lockdown

7. Teno Afrika — Power Station

8. MaWhoo ft. DJ Obza & Bongo Beats — Mswapheni

9. Kamo Mphela — Thula Thula

10. Mr JazziQ & Mphow69 — Stuff Room

11. Vigro Deep — Groove

12. Unlimited Soul — Utlwa

13. DBN Gogo & Felo Le Tee — Shuck n Jive

14. Entity MusiQ — 10111

15. DJ Nasty KG & VinoSA ft Teedo — Imali

16. Eminent Boyz & Sisters On Vocal — Mabena

17. Vusinator — It’s Never Too Late

Jemima Skala is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor. Follow her on Twitter

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