5 Amapiano Hits Currently Dominating the Bongo Music Scene [Video]

[Photo: Sho Madjozi Instagram]

By Paul A.

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The Amapiano sound is taking over African airwaves with more musicians hopping on the trend. Although the sound originated from South Africa, musicians from bongo have not been left behind.

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Here are the top five Amapaino sounds from the Bongo land.

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Mama Amina - Marioo ft Sho Madjozi

This is a feel-good song that was among Amapiano pioneers in bongo land. Although not Mario's original style, he perfectly blended with some edge-cutting vocals. Elsewhere, Madjozi did not disappoint.


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Anajikosha - Harmonize

The Konde Boy is among the few versatile musicians of this generation. He used this Amapiano beat to showcase his storytelling skills. He delivered in accordance with the beat.


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Kamseleleko - Mbosso ft Baba Levo

The song is off the 'Definition of Love' album and Mbosso had initially promised the project would introduce new sounds. Just like Harmonize, Mbosso has used music to encompass his storytelling. Notably, the song entails lyrics touching on famous bongo musicians.


Aaah Wapi - Whozu ft Baddest

Whozu is among the pioneers of Amapiano sound in Tanzania with this hit song. The song stood out thanks to Whozu's comical approach that made fun of daily happenings.


Tujooge - DJ Seven ft Spice Diana

DJ seven is known as Harmonize's leading DJ, and he recently ventured into music production. In this track, he provided the beat while Spice Diana came through with the lyrics.


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