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South African group MuzArt signs to Dream Team SA

Sensational, chart topping, 5-piece musical collective, MuzArt, have officially signed to Dream Team SA.
This signing sees MuzArt join some of SA’s top talent in various industries such as the likes of Terry Pheto, Tumisho Masha, Khuli Chana, Nkhensani Nkosi, Thembi Seete, Ms Cosmo and DJ Zan-D just to name a few.
“We are happy to be working with MuzArt.  Their previous management, Mackay Communications, did a great job to get them here. We look forward to building this exciting, young brand into a household name” expresses Kgaugelo Maphai, Director at Dream Team SA.
MuzArt’s talents have not gone unnoticed. They received Metro FM and SAMA nominations this year, and their current single, Long Long Time, is on high rotation at numerous radio stations across the country and is featured on numerous local Top 10, Top 30 and Top 40 charts.

Listen to Long Long Time here:
Watch Long Long Time video here:
“Any one artist’s dream is for people to not only receive his or her work, but the ultimate is having people believe in your work! We have been privileged over the years to have people from all walks of life believe in us, as people and as musicians. Joining Dream Team is a dream come true! Like them we believe that dreams are achieved with a good team behind. We are excited to be part of this well-oiled machine; their work and success speak for them. We believe it will be a successful partnership and a beginning to a new era for MuzArt. ((((((DREAMTEAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!)))))))!”  expresses MuzArt.

Connect with MuzArt:
Facebook: Muzart_Music (
Twitter: @Muzart_Music
Instagram: @Muzart_Music
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