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Dreamteam is a South African hip bounce music group comprising of Mthoko Mkhathini, Lusaso Ngcobo and Trevor Sineke, otherwise called Dash, Saso and Trey individually. They all begin from Durban, the capital city of KwaZulu-Natal, formally framed in 2011, and shot to notoriety in 2013, after the arrival of free collection, “The Blow Up”, which was discharged in March 2013. They are most known for real introduction single “Tsekede”, a tune with a form that later highlighted significant South African hip jump craftsman AKA, and kindred Durban-based melodic trio, Big Nuz.
Beloved companions Mthoko Mkhathini and Lusaso Ngcobo were at first piece of a hip bounce move team. In 2011, they shaped a trio with Saso’s more established sibling’s companion, Trevor Sineke. Their first gig as a trio was in a famous spot in Durban, called De La Sol. Incredibly, the group reacted positively.
Their presentation significant single “Tsekede” from their mixtape The Blow Up, was discharged in 2013. Their mixtape was generally welcomed, increasing more than 12,000 downloads and conveyance of 500 physical duplicates in March 2013. Soon thereafter, they enrolled real South African hip bounce recording craftsman, AKA, and kindred Durban-based music gather Big Nuz for the remix of “Tsekede”, which in the long run turned into a late spring song of praise for that year. Other prominent singles from their mixtape incorporate “Ask Enibhadi” and “Izass”.
They earned their first selection at the South African Hip Hop Awards in 2013 for Freshmen of the Year.
They were included on DJ Fisherman’s introduction single “Get Out”, alongside visit colleague NaakMusiQ, which was discharged on 14 August 2014. MTV Base VJ and rapper Nomuzi Mabena otherwise known as Moozlie, from the Cashtime Life hip jump aggregate, twerks in the “Izass” music video.
Their music video for their mid 2015 single “Dubane”, which is a tribute to the place where they grew up Durban, has been contrasted with the music video American rapper Ludacris recorded in a similar city in 2005.
They discharged their single “What’s Your Name” which contains highlights from kindred South African artists Donald and NaakMusiQ, in March 2015. The melody would later fill in as the introduction single from their first real collection Dreams Never Die.
Their introduction studio collection, Dreams Never Die, was discharged on 31 July 2015. Among the rundown of visitor highlights for the collection are kindred South African music acts AKA, Donald, NaakMusiQ, Big Nuz, and Nigerian rapper Ice Prince.
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