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MUSIC VIDEO OF THE WEEK: The Muffinz – Ghetto



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Yes its back again, hopefully you will enjoy this weeks selection. I really like this group because of the sound and how fresh they are!!

The five young musicians make a refreshing change from the usual run of the mill rappers and house DJs, who are currently dominating the popular music scene, in that they play real instruments, and they play them well. Added to that is all five musicians are great singers in their different genres of expertise.

Take for instance electric guitarist and vocalist, Atomza. His voice is best described as a young Michael Jackson meets Usher with a twist of rock. Drummer Keke then enters with his Senegalese meets rumba vocals. The band switch from a groovy R&B rhythm led by acoustic guitarist Mthae and bassist Skabz, to a classy jazz guitar sound introduced by electric guitarist and acapella singer, Simz. And that by the way is just on one song!

That is why, to explain the band, they decided to call themselves The Muffinz. Explains Mthae: “We wanted a name that would be remembered, something catchy but a name that people would want to find out more about. Plus, we all come from different backgrounds musically and so we all bring different ingredients – as in the ingredients in a muffin.”

‘Ghetto’ is the 1st music video from The Muffinz critically acclaimed debut album ‘Have You Heard?’ which is available now at all Musica, Look & Listen and Jive City stores across South Africa and iTunes stores around the world.
The music of The Muffinz is so new, yet so soulful, so accessible, so honest and so innocent, that it appeals to all age groups, races, classes and sexes.

South African Editor for FaraiToday.com
An educated individual who inspires young minds and still enriches her own
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Duduzile Chiloane – who has written posts on Farai Today.


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