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10 years of Black Motion

Black Motion Afro house duo

Afro-house duo, Murdah Bongz and Thabo Smol of Black Motion have taken another big step in their career. They have started their own record label, Spirit Motion Records.

The pair hails from Soshanguve in Pretoria are well known for their vibrant energy and insane dance moves. They first burst onto the scene in 2009 with their breakthrough single Banane Mavuko.

This was an introduction to their debut album Talking to the Drums. The album also features hits such as I am Father to be ft Dr Malinga and Set me Free ft Xoli M.

With the success of their debut album, Black Motion consistently produced hits that had us dancing year in and year out. Always giving us aesthetic chills for the last decade.

If you have never heard of them or their music, then you are at the right place. Or like us, just want to keep moving, below is our top five selection across their six album offerings.

Heartless intentions ft Dr Moruti

Omo dudu ft Wunmi

Rainbow ft XoliM

Joy joy ft Brenden praise

Imali ft Nokwazi

THE HEALERS, the last chapter

With their highly anticipated 10 years of Black Motion album, they promise us a blissful experience. With the title THE HEALERS, the last chapter, we hope that this does not mean what the title insinuates. A notion that which some of us may have been interpreted as the last offering from the duo from title they have chosen,

The album promises to take us through a process and great place filled with a frisson of excitement. The latest release of their second single which features the song-bird Msaki titled Mary Me give us a glimpse of the kind of album we can expect. With talented producers & vocalists appearing on the album track list such as Sun-El Musician who has had us in our feelings ever since he came to the scene. We can also expect some Limpopo vibes featuring King Monada who always catches us slipping, the album sure promises to be a host of great tracks. Including recent offerings featuring renowned producer and vocalist Afrotraction.

Are you a Black Motion fan? Which tracks would you say are your favourites? Engage with us, we would love to hear your opinions and thoughts.