#702Unplugged

[WATCH] Collaboration with Black Coffee highlight of my year - Samthing Soweto

Samthing Soweto is back with a bang.

And what better way to end the long week than with something new music to ease us into the weekend?

Featuring on the #702Unplugged Samkelo from the band says 2018 has been a very hectic year for them.

I felt like a kid in a candy store.

Samkelo, Samthing Soweto

Today Black Coffee released an EP that I'm on, I have an intro in there. It's really dope.

Samkelo, Samthing Soweto

I'm super excited about that, I feel it is the highlight for the year. I don't think this year can get any better.

Samkelo, Samthing Soweto

Watch the full performance below...


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