10 Dope South African Albums That Came Out This Month


South Africa saw plenty of album releases this month across many genres.

From Emtee‘s take on African trap on DIY 2 to Stogie T‘s layered lyricism on Honey & Pain, J Molley‘s moody R&B;/trap on Leader of the Wave, Mlindo The Vocalist‘s modern take on maskandi and mbhaqanga on Emakhaya, we bring you the 10 best South African albums to check out this month.

The list is in no particular order.


Emtee DIY 2

Emtee released a sequel to his pre-fame EP, 2014’s DIY. On DIY 2, he sounds more refined and more multi-layered than he did on the first one. Emtee sits comfortably on the throne as South Africa’s trap king. Every song on DIY 2 stands out. Emtee raps as well as he sings, and his producer Ruff seems to understand more now than ever.

Stogie T Honey & Pain

Stogie T‘s latest mixtape Honey & Pain

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