South African (SA) Music Albums That Has Heavily Rocked The Airwaves

3 South African (SA) Music Albums That Has Heavily Rocked The Airwaves

Time flies so fast some people may not take notice. But then, as time flies, one can also fly along, rocking good music.

It’s March already and several albums have been released in South Africa’s music orbit. Some have not been released yet but they are already in the consciousness of the music-loving public.

In the past few years, in South Africa, several albums have been released. The New Year, 2021, has seen to the release of new works as well. Old and news, some of these albums have been rocking South Africa’s music orbit and might keep rocking it for some time.

In no particular order, we bring you Top 20 South African (SA) music albums rocking 2021 so far. The albums encapsulate several genres, from house to hip hop to amapiano. They share a common thread, though: massive national appeal.

1. Busta 929 – Undisputed

“Undisputed” is a compilation that affirms the creative energies of this South African producer. Although the body of work in no way makes the Busta 929 the No.1 artiste in South Africa, it accentuates his position as a gifted musician and one worthy of a place on a playlist. The Amapiano singer took the industry by storm in 2020 and he his on the same trend in 2021. Checkout some amapiano songs download.

2. Black Coffee – Subconsciously

“Subconsciously” is Black Coffee’s 6th studio album – a body of work that ignites a festival of flowers in your soul. Black Coffee had not consciously set out to explore narratives in love and relationships.

But that’s what eventually happened with the album, which boasts several song writers as well as vocal contributions from top global voices, including Usher and Pharrell. Te house music producer is one of the biggest DJs in the country. Find some House Songs Download here.

3. Riaan Benadé – Spontaan

Riaan Benadé’s “Spontaan” is an Afrikaans compilation of undeniable merit. Although it popped on digital platform in August 2020, it is yet a work of massive appeal and one we’re openly fond of. Y’all gotta be rocking it.