Locnville are back - and not just with new music... the Chaplin brothers, Andrew and Brian, have relocated back to Cape Town following a stint in Jozi and abroad in the USA.
The twins joined Carl Wastie on the Coca-Cola Top40SA on Saturday, 23 November 2019, to chat about their brand new single, 'Little Less Liquor' which features Milnerton's very own Anica Kiana - someone who is no stranger to the chart after her fans managed to secure her an interview and get her debut single, 'Talk', charting on the #CokeTop40CT.
As next year commemorates 10 years of Locnville, Carl decided to test Locnville on their decade of works - playing them a second of previous hits to see if they could name the song - and threw in some curveballs, which they boys handled pretty well.
Carl Wastie calls up Dr Duda & Mo-T along with J’Something for a game of ”How well do you know your bandmate?”LISTEN TO PODCAST
Ten years, countless awards and 5 albums later, Mi Casa has signed an international record deal with Afroforce1 Records and Universal Music Group, making them a priority act for their region.
Carl Wastie chats to J’Something on the launch of Mi Casa's new album ‘We Made It’. #KfmTop40
Kurt Darren & the Soweto Gospel Choir perform ‘Special Star’ from ‘The South African Songbook’.
Carl Wastie calls up Mango Groove’s Claire Johnston for her honest opinion of the rendition.
Carl Wastie interviews Ameen Harron and Nadia Jaftha on their collaboration with Youngsta CPT.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Kurt Darren and the Soweto Gospel Choir have collaborated on a unique album that celebrates iconic homegrown songs.
The album is called ‘The South African Songbook’ and features Die Kaptein and the Soweto Gospel Choir covering classic South African singles, like Brenda Fassie’s ‘Vulindlela’.
Carl Wastie chats to Kurt Darren.
On Saturday, 27 June 2020, Mango Groove's leading lady, Claire Johnston, joined Carl Wastie on the Kfm Top 40 as a surprise reviewer of DJ Cosher's brand new single - a remake of the Mango Groove classic, 'Special Star'.
Cosher's adaption of the iconic late-80s South African hit single, features vocals of rising Cape Town star, Niyaaz Arendse, a former Idols SA top 5 contestant - and the voice behind another single that's been performing well on the Kfm Top 40, 'Don't Need It', charting in at no.14 on Saturday, 27 June 2020.
Cape Town music producer and deejay, DJ Cosher, has released a reworking / remake of Mango Groove’s ‘Special Star’.
On Saturday, 27 June 2020, Carl Wastie called up DJ Cosher on the Kfm Top 40 to find out more about the track and how it came to be that he would remake a South African classic like ‘Special Star’.
Cosher's adaption of the iconic late-80s hit, features vocals of rising Cape Town star, Niyaaz Arendse, a former Idols SA top 5 contestant - and the voice behind another single that's been performing well on the Kfm Top 40, 'Don't Need It', charting in at no.14 on Saturday.
One of the biggest songs at the moment – ‘If The World Was Ending’ – was almost prophetic.
This song by JP Saxe and now girlfriend, Julia Michaels, was released in November last year. Little did they know what lay ahead for the entire world.
On Saturday, 27 June 2020, following the song, which charted at no.6 on the Kfm Top 40, Carl Wastie called up the young Canadian-American star to find out more about him, as well as this prophetic track.
During the interview, Carl got JP’s prediction on what we can expect from 2021, and also got to know the man on a real level, as he opened up about love and fear.
Last week (23 May 2020), the viral hit – which has been no.1 on Apple iTunes – entered the Kfm Top 40 with Carl Wastie at no.22.
One week later the single, called 'ZOL' - which features the vocals of Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma (taken from a COVID-19 press briefing) and beats from EDM producer, Max Hurrell, has climbed an epic 11 places, making it the Highest Climber this week (30 May 2020).
To celebrate the occasion and to find out more about the man behind the beats, Carl Wastie gave Max Hurrell a quick call on the Kfm Top 40.
Besides learning how to pronounce each other's surnames, Carl and Max also chatted about Max's evolution as a producer, plus Max produced a short clip based on audio snippets from last weekend's chart.