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New Kid on the block AJ Apple launches #PhihliPhahla Movement

The new kid on the block from Boss Entertainment, AJ Apple launches a new social media concept that aims to make any turn up moment a #PhihliPhahla moment. Phihli Phahla was produced by G-Songz who has many hits behind his belt.

“Phihli phahla simply means turning up and going crazy, it’s a feel good song that instantly takes our mood from 0-100 instantly. It fresh and spices up the hiphop industry” AJ Apple said.

The song which is trap music, is a feel good party song which is just an introduction of who he is.

People are encouraged on social media networks to take a video of their #PhihliPhahlaMoment which shows their support and the best video submission will win a day out with AJ Apple that consists of an activity of your choice and lunch plus drinks on AJ Apple.


Phihli Phahla has been play-listed on the following radio stations:

1.     Metro FM

2. Vibe FM

3. Vuma FM

4. Inanda FM


6. Capricorn FM

7.  Energy FM

8. Thobela FM

9. Ukhozi FM

10. Gagasi FM

The video is currently on high rotation on Channel O and MTV Base, after its debut on Live Amp.

Fans can download the single and check out the video on YouTube

More information on AJ Apple:

The 19 year-old who hails from uMlazi, Durban in Kwa-Zulu Natal has found that music which is his escapism, reality and comfort has brought him to the big city lights.

Andile Jwara  whose stage name is AJ Apple, is shy and reserved but transforms when given a microphone and beats, music is his alter ego.

Fusing isiZulu and English his sound is one that resonates with the ekasi and suburban music lover, coupled with the realness in his writing ability, the prince of trap is riding on the music notes. He is a triple threat as he raps, sings and dances… Just like his fresh name he is just what the doctor ordered and a one of the most anticipated artists in South Africa.

AJ Apple grew up with his mother, brother, aunt and three cousins and theirs was not an easy journey. Having lost both his parents and aunt he has had to survive the streets and grow a tough skin from the tender age of 11. “I lost a piece of my mind, I tried to manage and hustled to make ends meet. I did not even know that I had a voice,” says AJ Apple.

Connect with AJ Apple:

Facebook: AJ Apple

Twitter: @Iam_AJApple

Instagram: @Iam_AJApple

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