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Revolution – Ngenzenjani Na? Ft. Brenda Mtambo

December 20, 2017 at 14:09
Revolution Ft. Brenda Mtambo – Ngenzenjani Na?

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Revolution is a house band framed in Johannesburg, South Africa comprising of twin siblings George and Joseph Mothiba.  

They developed into the spotlight with the arrival of their third collection The Journey in 2002, upheld by the hit single Vhavenda, it was perceived as the Best Selling Release at the 2003 South African Music Awards. From that point forward, they have discharged a further twelve collections at a rate of near one every year, accomplishing some level of business and basic achievement.

George and Joseph Mothiba were conceived in 1977 in the Alexandra township in Johannesburg, South Africa, they have not unveiled who is the eldest between them. They additionally have two senior sisters and portray their family, which is said to have Limpopo roots,[1] as “simple”.[2] Revolution Ft. Brenda Mtambo – Ngenzenjani Na?

The siblings initially began fiddling with music at 17 years old. At first they explored different avenues regarding PCs, “playing around” with sounds and seeking after DJing as a hobby.[3] They would “take” their uncle’s radio tapes while washing his auto at that point play them at companions parties. At one such gathering they met Big Oscar (also called Oskido), a more settled DJ. They went up to him for guidance on DJ’ing as he could blend with vinyls rather than tapes, they calmly frequented him for a year and half a short time later. While hunting down vinyls to blend with, they met DJ Christos as he possessed one of only a handful couple of record shops offering vinyls. Awed by their enthusiasm for music and seeing them routinely stop by his shop he approached them to open for him while going on gigs.[2] Having been acquainted with the universe of expert music in 1999, Revolution discharged their first collection in 2000.[1]

Leap forward success[edit]

Their 2002 remix of guitar player Phillip Tabane’s tune Vhavenda began on the wrong note. They had utilized their mom’s vinyls to make the melody without requesting Tabane’s consent, he at first undermined to sue them however purportedly yielded subsequent to tuning in to – and acknowledging – the song.[4] This rant at last demonstrated fruitful as the tune, and its going with collection The Journey, acquainted them with a more extensive public,[3] it apparently went twofold platinum inside three months of its launch,[5] at last offering more than 400,000 copies.[4] It likewise earned the gathering honors, for example, the Metro FM grant for Best Club DJ,[6] and the South African Music Awards (Sama) grant for Best Selling Release.[7]

The siblings discharged The Journey Continues, their fourth collection (after The Journey and their past discharges Revolution 1 and Revolution 2), in September 2003.[2] Featuring famous tracks, for example, Zim Connection, a joint effort with Zimbabwean jazz artist Andy Brown, it additionally went twofold platinum, offering more than 100,000 duplicates by February 2004.[5] It would accumulate them additionally praise, including another Metro FM grant for Best Club DJ in 2004,[8] and another Sama that year, this time for Best Dance Album.[9]

Fifth collection and further recognition[edit]

Another Level, their fifth collection, which was discharged in 2004, saw the DJ’s collaborate with various associates including Jazz stalwarts McCoy Mrubata, Pops Mohammed and Jimmy Dludlu to make a combination of house and Jazz that made the last more available to youthful fans[10] The collection demonstrated another business achievement, going over triple-platinum in units sold,[10] while it likewise brought Revolution four designations for the 2005 Sama’s; Best Dance Album, Artist of the Year, Song of the Year (for The Anthem) and Best Group or Duo, winning the latter.[11]

For 2005 collection Roots the couple enrolled the administrations of performing artist (eminently showing up in Muvhango) and vocalist Maduvha, who they additionally marked to their record name Four Sounds Productions, penning the melody Light of My Life.[10] It was designated for Best Popular Song of the Year at the 2006 Sama’s while Revolution got their second progressive selection for Best Duo or Group however they didn’t win either.[12]

Insurgency’s 2006 collection 4 u contained Feel the Music, a coordinated effort with previous Boom Shaka part Theo Nhlengethwa who likewise joined to their mark, discharging the collection Ngiyabonga, composed and delivered by the Mothiba siblings, in 2007.[13] Later in 2007, Revolution were again selected for a Sama grant, for Best Urban Dance Album, while their protégée Maduvha’s eponymous collection (additionally created by them)[10] got a gesture for Best Female Artist however they both lost.[14]

The Book of Revolution, their ninth collection turned out in 2008 (Fusion was discharged the prior year). Highlighting varied associations with specialists, for example, Antonio Lyons and Don Laka it was depicted as a “gladly Pan African organic product mixed drink of dazzling soul vocals, kwaai jazz grooves, radiant gospel songs of devotion, fly hammer wonderful raps, and real maskandi channels” by pundit Miles Keylock in a commendatory review.[15

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