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R&B muso Masego hits the studio with Major League DJz [watch]

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Oct 27, 2021

Will.i.Am and now Masego… Major League DJz are slowly growing their international features list and they seem to be hitting all the right notes. Jamaican-American R&B artist Masego posted a clip on his Instagram stories with the twin brothers in studio and there’s hope that a collaboration could be on the way.

ALSO READ: Young Stunna’s amapiano banger ‘Adiwele’ tops local radio stations [listen]

MAJOR LEAGUE ROCK THE UNITED STATES

After rocking the United Kingdom, Major League jetted off to the United States where they had gigs in New York and Los Angeles. 

The Dinaledi hitmakers also got together with Major Lazer for an amazing Balcony Mix. The brothers recorded the Balcony Mix from Malibu, California and had everyone dancing to their exclusives. 

“WE DO IT FOR THE KULTURE… WE GOING B2B WITH OUR BIG BROS MAJOR LAZER,” wrote the brothers. 

MASEGO AND MAJOR LEAGUE DJZ LINK UP IN STUDIO

Micah Davis aka Masego has always shown his appreciation for South African music. The multitalented star shared that he came across the name Masego after exploring his family’s roots in South Africa. 

The 28-year-old musician shared snaps while in the studio with Major League DJz and even whipped out his saxophone for the session. Rap duo Earthgang were also in the studio.

This comes after Masego collaborated with Scorpion Kings Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa on an amapiano remix of his track Mystery Lady.

Check out the snaps!

Masego is in studio with the Major League DJz. pic.twitter.com/kxtGE4hgDI

— Musa Khawula (@khawula_musa) October 26, 2021

LISTEN TO THE ‘MYSTERY LADY’ AMAPIANO REMIX HERE

ALSO READ: Moonchild Sanelly explores ‘SA’s Sound of Freedom’ in short film [watch]

YOUTUBE BLACK VOICES CLASS OF 2022

Major League DJz were selected for the YouTube Black Voices Music Class of 2022 alongside R&B muso Elaine and gqom pioneer DJ Lag. 

Among the 54 artists from across the globe selected for the programme, eight are from Nigeria, South Africa and Kenya. 

The DJs shared that the funding from YouTube will ensure that they continue their trajectory to take amapiano to the world.

“We will continue to travel and immerse everyone and anyone who crosses our path in this beautiful sound.” 

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