MEET ME DOWN SOUTH | Uplifting songs for your playlist.

 Hey Friend,

This week we got a list of music dedicated to spiritual/gospel music. Ones that are anthems and ones that just feel so special listening to them in the comfort of your own home. I'm glad that I'm sharing this with you because there's some great music out there that will lift up your spirit for sure. If you're feeling down, feeling like we're doomed or just confused, don't worry I've got you. Think Jerusalema, Njalo Njalo and Ndikhokhele.

Welcome to week 4 of Meet Me Down South.

LISTEN UP RIGHT NOW

It doesn't matter how old some of these tunes maybe but I do think you need to listen to them right now. Don't worry if you can't understand the words, just know the voices in these songs are there to uplift you.

JAH MASTER - HELLO MWARI 




SOWETO FINEST FT BLANKLEZ ~NJALO NJALO






CASSPER NYOVEST ~ BONGINKOSI FT ZOLA 7 



STEVIE G ~ IKILA UILANGE  






KID TINI ~ AMEN FT SBAHLE

SHOCKER OF THE WEEK

JUB JUB~ NDIKHOKHELE FT THE GREATS 




GOING BACK

ISRAEL AND NEW BREED ~ ALPHA AND OMEGA

The video below showcases the song Alpha and Omega being sung in South Africa. 
Fun fact the song was written by a Zimbabwean songwriter but it didn't take too well after it was released. Fortunately, after being across the border with many to witness the song, it became a global hit within the Praise and Worship category.

A song which also was recently sung by many following the Peaceful gathering in Central London alongside the #EndSars movement.





MUSIC VIDEO OF THE WEEK

WINKY D ~ MUGARDEN FT GEMMA GRIFFITHS





ALBUM OF THE WEEK

WINKY D



ARTIST TO LOOK OUT FOR

Thinking about it now, I really took note of the music my mother used to play in her car back in Zimbabwe and even here in the UK on the house stereo. Lundi Tyamara was one of the artists I grew up hearing mostly on a Sunday morning straight after church. No longer with us, he did leave us with albums that could be listened to not just a Sunday but any single day and time of the week. 

Born and raised in South Africa Lundi was known as a 'go-getter' began his musical career as a teenager. So even to this day, his music is still heard and appreciated. 




This week's post might have to include a part 2 as there are so many uplifting songs out there.

Hope you managed to add some new ones to your playlist and learn something new from these artists above.

Join me next week again in Meet Me Down South.

Something tells me, we've got to add some original footage to these posts now. Stay tuned and I'll let you know when that will be coming out.

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