— After about 2 years of heavy rotation, Masego and French Kiwi Juice have released an official music video for their 2017 collaboration, “Tadow”.

Remember that 8-minute video released by Masego and FKJ of the duo performing “Tadow” in a music studio about 2 years ago? Well, lucky for fans of TrapHouseJazz pioneer, Masego, and multi-instrumentalist, FKJ, they’ve now released the official music video.

The visual couldn’t have been a better fit for the song as we follow Masego during what seems to be a beautifully mellow day. First cruising through the city with the top down, then hitting a sultry bar, and more, all while the words “Tadow” appear in every place that words would be featured.

Check out both videos right here and be sure to take a listen to Masego’s 2018 album Lady Lady, which features “Tadow” as its first single.

— Multifaceted artist, Mereba (AKA Marian Mereba), is ready to recharge and get back to work after recently coming off of tour. But, before you start looking for new work from her, check out her first Spotify Playlist Takeover.

Although Marian Mereba isn’t quite a household name just yet, the Ethiopian-American musician, vocalist, songwriter, and producer can easily be viewed as one of the most eclectic artists on the scene. As a frequent collaborator of Atlanta’s Spillage Village Hip-Hop collectiveMereba has been featured on countless Hip-Hop tracks and has been highly sought after for her ability to flawlessly blend numerous genres. In fact, her musical palette makes her the perfect candidate for playlist curation and Spotify has taken notice. One can only imagine that this had a lot to do with their decision to reach out to Mereba to takeover their Shuga Cane playlist.

The playlist features an incredible assortment of artists and songs from a variety of genres and cultural backgrounds within the African diaspora. When announcing her Shuga Cane takeover on Facebook Mereba wrote,

“It’s in celebration of today’s launch of Spotify’s new #AfroHub  which is a space to celebrate our rich & diverse African heritages & shine new light on music across the African diaspora.”

The phenomenal list of artists featured on the playlist include Arima Ederra, Fela Kuti, Ari Lennox, Afro B, Kardinal Offishall, Masego, Noname, Smino, J.I.D., Sade, Miriam Makeba, and too many more to name.

The playlist is undoubtedly worth a listen (or ten), so be sure to check it out right here. Also, stay tuned for more from Mereba as she’s been working on a new project. Her latest 2 releases,“Black Truck” and“Planet U” are expected to appear on the project as well—both of which appear on the Shuga Cane playlist above.

-Just a a few weeks ago, multi-talented up-and-comer, Masego, premiered his new single, “Old Age”, featuring SiR. Now we have a visual to match -a pretty humorous one at that.

Quite a few sophisticated young men can understand the desire to pursue older women and Uncle Sego is one of them. For starters, they know their bodies much better than their younger counterparts and can put together a good meal according to the Virginia-native. To get this message across, he called on TDE crooner, SiR.

The music video also features comedian, Renny, and opens with a short sample of one of his popular Instagram skits. Throughout the video, Masego keeps his eyes on an older woman only to find out that she is his girlfriend’s mother. Still, he can’t seem to shake his infatuation.

Check out the full video above and Masego’s upcoming North American tour dates below. He might be pulling up in your city.

October 18 / Washington DC / U Street Music Hall (early & late show)

October 20 / Providence, RI / The Met

October 21 / New York City, NY / Irving Plaza

October 23 / Toronto, ON / The Opera House

October 24 / Detroit, MI / Magic Stick

October 25 / Chicago, IL / The Metro

October 27 / Minneapolis, MN / Fine Line Music Cafe

October 29 / St. Louis, MO / Ready Room

October 30 / Nashville, TN / EXIT/IN

October 31/ Atlanta, GA/ The Masquerade

November 1 / Dallas, TX / Trees

November 2 / New Orleans, LA / Parish @ House of Blues

November 4 / Houston, TX / Warehouse Live Studio

November 6 / Denver, CO / Cervantes

November 7 / Phoenix, AZ / Crescent Ballroom

November 8 / San Diego, CA / The Observatory North Park

November 9 / Santa Ana, CA / The Observatory

November 11 / San Francisco, CA / Mezzanine

November 12 / Oakland, CA / The New Parish

November 14 / Portland, OR / Hawthorne

November 15 / Seattle, WA / Neumos

November 16 / Vancouver, BC / Fortune Sound Club

November 18 / Los Angeles, CA /November 18 / Los Angeles, CA / The Fonda