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AZANIA Public reopens for 2021

Posted by radio On January - 8 - 2021 ADD COMMENTS

Johannesburg-based PR & Communications agency Azania Public has reopened for the 2021. Working with the likes of Kelly Khumalo, Shwi Nomtekhala, Boity, Nasty C, Rowlene, J Molley, Ricky Tyer, Major League, Nigeria’s Patoranking, Tems, Fireboy DML and L.A.X, Naima Kay, Nduduzo Makhathini, Simphiwe Dana, Prince Kaybee, Hard Rock Cafe and Nathi Mankayi as well as the Center for Less Good Idea, the female owned and led business is thrilled to be back in action.

The team is also known for its work with the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz, Universal Music, Blackbrain Pictures, Gauteng Department of Community Safety, Nelson Mandela Foundation,  Ms Noni Gasa with her Design Academy of Fashion, U.S rappers T.I and Megan Thee Stallion.

 

“We are excited to be working again. The last year was challenging and we hope this will be a fruitful year. We have amazing work in the pipeline and hope to achieve all we have set out to achieve this year. We are also thankful for the support of our media colleagues, our clients and partners. 2021 will be great!” commented Bonnie Meslane – Founder & CEO of Azania Public.

 

We are extending our offering to content production, events management and copywriting, creating more opportunities for other young entrepreneurs and unemployed youth. We are also blessed to be mentored by some of the best leaders in business and entertainment. “We are a small group of under 35, women and highly experienced in what we do. It makes sense for us to at this point expand our core offering to the various other things we have passionately and exceptionally done for other people” concluded Ms Meslane.

 

With a diverse and female only team in South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria, the Azania Public team is growing and excited about even the uncertain future.

 

 

Happy new year!

 

 

[Issued by: Azania Public]

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2020 marked 100 years of radio across the world, and in 2021 we look to celebrating the next century by shining a spotlight on the enduring value of radio in South Africa, and continue honouring outstanding achievements in the radio industry.

 

MARK THESE IMPORTANT DATES

10 December 2020 Entries open
20 January 2021 My Station Competition opens
05 February 2021 Entries close
16 February 2021 Station Manager’s Choice nominations open
14 May 2021 Virtual Winners Announcement

2021 ENTRIES

Entries for The Radio Awards 2021 have officially opened and radio stations across the country are invited to submit their entries via the online entry portal available at www.radioawards.co.za.

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STEP 1: Register your profile via www.radioawards.co.za, complete the registration form and then click submit. Radio stations that already have a profile can use their existing username and password to login. If you have forgotten your password you may reset it. Stations entering for the first time will need to register their profile on the entry system before being able to submit any entries.

STEP 2: Once logged in, you will be redirected to The Radio Awards dashboard. Use the toolbar to navigate your way around the entry system.

STEP 3: Select and complete the appropriate entry form for the category you wish to enter by clicking the ‘New Entry’ button on the toolbar. Ensure that you complete all the fields required for each entry you wish to make.
Entries close on 5 February 2021.

For entry enquiries, please contact Phila Nkanunu
NkanunuP@arena.africa | 011 340 9465​

TUNE IN DIALOGUES SERIES

“Tune In” series of virtual dialogues will continue into 2021. These online dialogues will focus on various topics of interest for radio broadcasters and radio marketers, allowing people across the country to learn from the experts while maintaining social distancing.

Stay tuned for the latest updates and news on social media by following us on
Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. #SARadioAwards.

 

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Soul Inspired Goes Virtual

Posted by radio On December - 1 - 2020 ADD COMMENTS

Kaya FM’s annual Soul Inspired concert, in partnership with SPAR, will be going virtual this year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s show will feature an unforgettable performance by Spirit of Praise which will stream on Kaya FM’s website, Facebook Live and YouTube platforms.

 

From its inception four years ago, Soul Inspired has grown to be one of the finest offerings of  gospel, praise and worship for Afropolitans — and this year will be no different. Over the year’s we have raised funds through ticket sales for local charities identified by the station. This year’s concert is free of charge for everyone to enjoy, and we are encouraging listeners to help us continue in the spirit of giving by donating to the New Jerusalem Children’s Home in Midrand.

 

“We are excited to be working with SPAR to bring Soul Inspired back again for our listeners to enjoy from the comfort of their homes. This year has been a difficult one for all, we hope that this performance will be uplifting for Afropolitans far and wide. We believe the proceeds from this event will go a long way, just in time for Christmas.” – Ntombenhle Shezi, PR and Communications Manager, Kaya FM.

“We couldn’t possibly break the tradition and end the year without SPAR and Kaya FM’s Soul Inspired Concert, and this time with artists from Spirit of Praise. We are delighted that we will still be a part of this wonderful celebration, but this time in the homes of our SPAR shoppers and Kaya FM listeners.” –  Kathleen Bailie, Inland Advertising Manager, SPAR.

Event Details

The concert will go live on kayafm.co.za and  the station’s social media platforms from 13h00 on 6th December 2020.

For more information visit kayafm.co.za or connect with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. To set up interviews, please contact PR@kayafm.co.za.

Stand a chance to win Spar Vouchers, simply add your details and get a reminder to watch Kaya FM’s Soul Inspired Concert on the day of the event.

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2020 National Vodacom Journalist of the Year Awards

Posted by radio On November - 23 - 2020 ADD COMMENTS

The national winners of the 19th Vodacom Journalist of the Year (VJOY) awards have been announced, with AmaBhungane’s Susan Comrie and eNCA’s Dasen Thathiah sharing top honours and the R100 000 prize money. Despite the devastation wrought by Covid-19 on newsrooms across the country, with loss of lives, jobs and publications, the competition received a record number of over more than 1300 entries.

These factors made it harder to choose a single winner, said Takalani Netshitenzhe, Vodacom South Africa Chief Officer for Corporate Affairs: “Our judging panel of some of South Africa’s most esteemed leaders in the media field therefore chose to reward Susan Comrie and Dasen Thathiah as our two winners, both outstanding journalists who each showed superb mastery of their very different fields of financial/economic journalism and reporting breaking news.”

 

Netshitenzhe said that the Vodacom Journalist of the Year Awards sought to pay tribute to outstanding journalism. “We are proud that the VJOYs have become one of South Africa’s most prestigious journalism awards. We believe that they will only continue to grow in importance as a means to recognise excellence in journalism, while at the same time affirming our commitment to freedom of expression and freedom of the media, which are some of the pillars of our democracy.”

 

The judges were impressed by the quality of submissions across all categories and from all provinces. Ryland Fisher, convener of the judging panel, said that despite an incredibly difficult year for South Africa’s journalists, “they have shown that, on the whole, our industry is in very good hands. It was incredibly difficult to judge this year, not only because we did everything virtually, but because, in most categories, there could be any number of winners. Even though the media industry is going through tough times, as judges we feel confident about the future of South African journalism”.

 

The VJOY Lifetime Achiever Award went to Sy Lerman, one of the country’s sporting journalism greats who started his career in the 1960s at the Rand Daily Mail and has since written across the country’s leading titles.

 

The national winners per category are as follows:

 

Lifestyle – Dasen Thathiah with Susanna Holmes, Nkanyiso Mdlalose and Mcebisi Sithole – eNCA

Photography – Esa Alexander – Sunday Times

Sport – Kayleen Morgan – Eyewitness News

Features – Relebogile Stephens – SABC Cutting Edge

Financial and Economics – Susan Comrie and Sam Sole – AmaBhungane

Politics – Michael Kimberley and Nomazima Nkosi – The Herald

Sustainability – Bongani Fuzile with Sino Majangaza – Daily Dispatch

Opinion – Samantha Lee‐Jacobs – People’s Post, TygerBurger

Live Reporting and Breaking News – Dasen Thathiah, assisted by Nkanyiso Mdlalose, Neil Raath and Mcebisi Sithole – eNCA

Innovation in Journalism – Emile Bosch with Reinart Toerien, Alaister Russell and Scott Smith –  TimesLive

Investigative – Pauli van Wyk – Daily Maverick

Young Journalist of the Year – Mamaili Mamaila

Lifetime Achievement Award – Sy Lerman

Overall Vodacom Journalist of the Year – Susan Comrie – AmaBhungane and Dasen Thathiah – eNCA

 

Category winners receive R10 000. In the event of joint winners, the prize money will be shared. The Vodacom Young journalist award winner receives an all-expenses-paid trip to Thomson Reuters in the United Kingdom as well as the opportunity to work in an international newsroom, thanks to the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

 

A special thanks to the 2020 Vodacom Journalist of the Year awards panel of judges: Ryland Fisher, Jermaine Craig, Arthur Goldstuck, Franz Kruger, Patricia McCracken, Mapi Mhlangu, Collin Nxumalo, Mary Papayya, Jovial Rantao, Elna Rossouw and Obed Zilwa.

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MultiChoice Group’s recently revealed promo “Ten thousand stories” was the star of the evening at this year’s Promax Awards, scooping gold in the coveted Mama Africa category and first place for the Best Image Promo on Television or VOD Platforms.

 

“This creative masterpiece, which is the brainchild of poet and writer Lebohang Masango, perfectly captures our unique journey to share truly African stories across the continent and with the rest of the world, and we are thrilled that this has been properly recognised,” says Yolisa Phahle, MultiChoice Group CEO for General Entertainment & Connected Video.

SuperSport’s The People’s Captain picked up a close second place in the Mama Africa Award.

The 2020 Promax Awards, which honour the outstanding achievements in entertainment marketing and design, took on a whole new format this year in celebrating African creativity.

MultiChoice Group (MCG) has every reason to celebrate after scooping an amazing 30 gold and 16 silver awards across 45 categories in this year’s virtual awards ceremony. With close to 100 nominations, MultiChoice, M-Net, DStv, kykNET, Showmax and SuperSport have once again demonstrated their commitment to the development and promotion of local content.

“We are extremely proud of every creative piece that claimed an award, each one of them a testament to the outstanding skills of our African storytellers,” adds Phahle. “As Africa’s most-loved storyteller, our aim is to support and develop excellence in African creativity, and this 15-year partnership is helping to shape the industry and extend the reach of authentic African content.”

“The Promax Africa Awards are the top prize for outstanding achievements in entertainment, marketing and design. Going beyond what is expected, Promax Africa recognises excellence and celebrates the best of the best brand-defining campaigns that ignite viewers into fans, engage audiences through every screen, and drive bottom-line results for the largest media companies from around the African continent,” says Vanessa Sheldrick, Promax Events Director, Promax ANZ and Africa.

The MultiChoice platforms boasting Gold awards are as follows:

Showmax:

  • Best reality promo for Life with Kelly Khumalo: Scrutiny
  • Social media campaign for a channel, platform or programme for #Somhale: The Union
  • Best integrated TVC for Showmax and Vodacom Festive Deal
  • Best integrated marketing campaign for a channel, platform or programme for Somhale: Here Comes the Pride

SuperSport:

  • Best entertainment promo for Ringside seats in your home
  • Best sports promo for SuperSport Look Forward 2020
  • Best themed campaign for SuperSport Look Forward 2020
  • Best copy/script writing for I Dream
  • Best directing for SuperSport Look Forward 2020
  • Best sports campaign for Stronger Together

M-Net:

  • Best Drama Promo for Trackers
  • Best original logo design for Legacy

kykNET:

  • Bets image campaign (television or VOD platform) for Gewoon Ongewoon

DStv:

  • Best use of humour in promotion for DStv Access Festive
  • Best documentary or factual entertainment programme for We are all delicate
  • Best children’s promo for Sol Festive Bunnies
  • Best movie promo for Get Pumped
  • Best special events promo for 8 Days of Halloween
  • Best music composition for Be Moved: Action
  • Best brand promotion for group of channels for Women’s Month
  • Best visual FX and compositing for Unleash the Festive You

MultiChoice’s Channel O scooped an impressive six Gold awards, including for the channel’s recent rebrand. Congratulations to the design and marketing team.

A special shout out to Studio Zoo, who added to their long list of Promax Awards, with several accolades on the evening, including the Best Promo Team.

To view the full list of winners, click here.

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Six months after the kick-off of RADAR, Spotify’s emerging artists program, and 2 billion+ streams later, Spotify is launching a global RADAR hub on-platform in order to celebrate a successful half-year of supporting up-and-coming artists from around the world.

The centralised destination will be home to the extensive artist line-up from the RADAR program, their newest releases, 22 region-and-genre-specific RADAR global playlists (these playlists include artists Spotify editors are excited about including and beyond those in the RADAR program) and original exclusive content.

 

Since the March launch of this pinnacle emerging artist program, there have been over 22 global sister programs, including the local RADAR Africa, and 115 RADAR-affiliated emerging artists around the world – from South Africa to Brazil, Germany to New Zealand and more.

 

When RADAR kicked off in March singer and songwriter Elaine was announced as the first South African RADAR artist with rapper Willy Cardiac being the second artist to join the program, locally.

 

Says Ned Monahan, Spotify’s Head of Global Hits, “The launch of the Global RADAR Hub is the perfect illustration of how our editorial teams collaborate to build up-and-coming artists from all over the world.  We hope this will be an easy new way for fans to discover artists from outside of their home countries and for artists to begin to develop a global fan base.

 

Six-Months of RADAR around the World & By the Numbers:

  • 115 artists who have collectively generated:
    • 2 billion+ streams
    • 100 million+ hours of listening
    • 112 million+ listeners across 92 countries; and
    • 8 million+ followers (a 64% increase compared to pre-RADAR)

 

See below what RADAR Africa’s first two chosen artists had to say on their experiences with the program.

 

Elaine

“I am forever grateful to Spotify for allowing my music to be accessible to my supporters around the world. I am beyond excited about being part of RADAR, and I cannot wait to share new music with everyone that’s been a part of this journey with me.”

 

Willy Cardiac

“I am thrilled to be chosen by Spotify to be a part of their RADAR program. All the hard work I have put into my music continues to be recognised and having Spotify support me on my journey will make my music accessible to millions of users around the world, from South Africa all the way to America. There’s no limit to where your music can go.”

 

Spotify’s For The Record blog includes an animated RADAR graphic  and a sizzle video spotlighting artists from around the world that have seen exponential success through their Spotify partnership — including  Alaina Castillo (US),J.I The Prince of N.Y (US), Young T and Bugsey (UK and made a recent cameo on Barack Obama’s summer playlist) and merci, mercy (AU) – can be viewed and embedded HERE and the Hub can be found HERE.

 

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The Ladima Foundation is proud to have presented the 2020 edition of the Adiaha Award for Best Documentary from an African Woman last night, Sunday August 30th at the Encounters International Documentary Film Festival.

The jury was pleased to select Tamara Mariam’s Dawit personal political story, Finding Sally. The jury, represented by Theresa Hill of STEPS, had this to say of the selection of the film:

“The jurors and I thoroughly enjoyed watching the films selected in this category and were unanimous in our selection of the top 3 films. In 3rd place is Beyond My Steps by Kama Lara, 2nd place Mother to Mother by Sara de Gouveia and the winner is Finding Sally by Tamara Mariam Dewit. This film is a touching exploration of personal and collective history. The filmmaker questions notions of family, identity, belonging, personal conviction, idealism and political engagement. This film is not only about family history, it’s not only personal. It’s about a country’s history.”

 

The personal and political Ethiopian film sees Tamara Dawit draw together the pieces of mysterious life of her aunt Sally forty years after her disappearance. She revisits the Ethiopian Revolution and the terrible massacre that followed, which resulted in nearly every Ethiopian family losing a loved one. Her quest leads her to question notions of belonging, personal convictions and political ideals at a time when Ethiopia is going through important political changes once again. View the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwan8kXeDYs

 

The Adiaha Award was initiated at the Zanzibar International Film Festival in 2017 and has previously been awarded to Samantha Biffot (2017), The African Who Wanted to Fly, and Phillipa Ndisi-Herrmann (2018), New Moon.

 

The Adiaha Award includes $2000 towards the winner’s next film, and also an invitation to screen the film and attend The Dortmund | Cologne International Women’s Festival 2021 edition.

 

Adiaha means first daughter in the Ibibio language of Akwa Ibom State in Nigeria and the award is meant to both celebrate the achievements of African women directors, as well as encourage African women directors to submit their films to film festivals.

 

The Ladima Foundation is a Pan-African non-profit organisation founded with the aim of contributing to correcting the major gender imbalances within the film, TV and content industries.

 

The Ladima Foundation supports and recognises African women in Film, TV and Content.  Through training and networking programmes, we uplift, connect and include.  Ladima operates in the spirit of positivity, excellence and integrity.

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The African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) is pleased to announce that the second edition of #TheCookoutAfrica Songwriting series with multi-Grammy Award nominated composer and producer Vincent Le Carl Berry II is heading to Southern Africa.  The second edition which will hold on Thursday, August 27th2020 at 18:00 CAT , will be an interactive Songwriting Masterclass specially designed for the music industry of Southern Africa* and all professional and aspiring songwriters are invited to register now.

 

The highly anticipated series was launched on July 30th 2020  to East African songwriters as part of the build-up to the Intra African Trade Fair (IATF 2021).

While #TheCookoutAfrica will be conducted primarily in English, we are encouraging the participation of Portuguese speaking songwriters from the region.

Promoted by Afreximbank, #TheCookoutAfrica is a live collaborative song-writing experience, designed to engage participants and encourage creative writing, group function, reflection, peer learning, peer interaction and practice that culminates in a finished song.

#TheCookoutAfrica is a resource that empowers African songwriters to highlight their community’s creativity, as well as promotes team building and collaboration. This IATF2021 series of events is just one of many aimed at enabling Africa’s creative industries to continue to produce fresh, conscious, and culturally relevant content in a sustainable and cutting-edge manner.

Hosted by Vincent Berry II, #TheCookoutAfrica, brings the magic of collaborative song writing to life, as recently experienced first-hand by a range of top East African songwriters.  This series will continue over the next few months, reaching across Africa in a celebration of the varied musical sounds and styles of the continent…

 

 

Vincent Berry II is most celebrated for being the Lead Writer of ‘Sandcastles’, on Beyonce’s highly acclaimed project “Lemonade”. “Lemonade” instantly became a pop culture phenomenon. The album and film provoked an intense worldwide discussion about race, feminism, social media and the music industry. Berry has the distinct honour of being part of this 59th Annual Grammy Award-winning Project! Continuing the path of success, Berry has been a part of six Grammy-Nomination projects in the past eight years, most recently participating with J. Cole & Dreamville on the “Revenge of the Dreamer III”, a 62nd Annual Grammy Award Nominee for the Best Rap Album of the Year. Berry has also written for Akon, Ari Lennox, Babyface, Brandy, Chris Brown, Estelle, Mary J. Blige, Migos, Sean Paul, Shaggy, Ty Dolla Sign and Usher, to name a few.

 

 

While the 2021 edition of the Intra-African Trade Fair (IATF) will be taking place next year, the dynamic programme for Africa’s creatives has commenced.   Africa’s creative industries will be a major focus at the event and #TheCookoutAfrica, along with other upcoming digital events aims to create an avenue to engage, educate and encourage creatives globally to collaborate as a part of the on-going build up to IATF 2021.

To take part in this free song-writing Masterclass,  Southern African songwriters  must register here:

https://intrafricantradefair.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_2aBBCd6eR5uRtx6_iePa1g

and fill out the application to reserve your spot. Space is limited, so sign-up now!

 

*Songwriters from the following countries are eligible to apply: Angola, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

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Simphiwe Dana drops a new music video

Posted by radio On July - 10 - 2020 ADD COMMENTS

Award-winning singer Simphiwe Dana has released her first music video – Masibambaneni off her new album Bamako.

The songstress has re-imagined and re-worked Salif Keita’s Africa featuring the Grammy award-winning legend himself. Recorded in Bamako, Mali, the video shot by Dale Fortune tells a beautiful story on black beauty and how powerful we are united.

The video sees beautiful scenes of carefree children running wild in the open fields, on the streets with glee. It shows Simphiwe making the music with Salif Keita and his band at a studio while some showcase the beautiful songstress spotting big hair singing through the mic.

 

Simphiwe has consistently been making thought-provoking, social change-driven, love and loss-defining music since getting her big break with the release of her debut album Zandisile in 2004.  A Universal Music signee, Simphiwe is thrilled to finally share the visuals of her latest with someone she considers her icon.

 

Watch Masibambane here:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCTSIhjo41U

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Mi Casa is one of South Africa’s most exciting and consistent success stories. With a sonic uniqueness that has not only stood the test of time, but shaped South African dance floors for the past decade, the band has gone from strength to strength with their Afro-Pop/House grooves and shown the world that nothing can keep positivity and a good formula down.

Now, ten years, countless awards and 5 albums later, the group has signed an international record deal with Afroforce1 Records and Universal Music Group, making them a priority act for their region. The brand new album
We Made It is a testament to a decade of raw pushing that saw this self-made success story emerge once again on top.

 

April 2020 saw a strong kick out the gate with the first single, ‘Church Bells’. Released alongside a powerful video of a space-inspired traditional African wedding, the single immediately topped SA’s most played charts and firmly
reminded audiences Mi Casa are leaders in their arena. They have returned to South African airwaves with more
determination, growth and relevance than ever before – and fired up about dropping their 5th album at home,
in the African continent and in Europe this July.

 

Aptly titled, We Made It makes J’Something beam with happiness and speak about it as if it’s his newborn child. “We are completely re-energised with this record. It feels like we have emerged on another planet compared to where we were before we started the recording process”, he states. The band, with close musical companions such as producers Jay Em, spent 3 months writing from a house in Mpumalanga with no distractions, pushing through a tough time when the band was probably at its weakest in terms of spirit. Amidst the rumours of break-up and song-writing apathy they emerged with an offering that leans more towards a ‘band act’ than the ‘club act’ they felt they may have been before.

 

Lyrically, J’ Something takes the helm as always. With love still remaining a strong lyrical undercurrent, there’s no doubt that this time the sex appeal is definitely riding high too. The album is probably one of the smoothest Mi Casa offerings to date. Tracks such as ‘Mamela’ speak to the tender side of all of us as J aches for quiet time with his partner.

Vocally, it gives a definite nod to 90’s R&B, whilst smatterings of musical beach vibes bring the listener closer to that holiday. ‘Obsessed’ takes it right to the top with fire lyrics cradled in a sexy Latin-House beat.
‘How Could You’ is a gut-punch that speaks almost tangibly to anyone who’s ever been played in a relationship while party tracks like ‘Chucks’ and ‘Love Everything about You’ remind fans why this band is still on top of their game.

 

A stand-out track is without a doubt, ‘Eve’ – a deeper, socio-political look at the dark place we find ourselves in as mankind. With a definite African angle to the lyrics, the sadness of the track is visceral and although perhaps not destined for dance floor dominance without a remix, the sheer vocal mastery by J’Something, Mo’s melancholy pull of the trumpet and the slowed-down beat take the listener on a journey of awareness.

 

In short, it’s pure re. Another stand-out track is ‘Home Alone’, featuring AKA. The song speaks to long distance relationships, longing, isolation and all the hard times people experience when being alone, much like what so many people have been experienced worldwide right now with the Covid 19 pandemic.

 

The 3rd July sees the official release of the album, as well as the second single, ‘Eve’. The band plans to support it with an exciting 9-province virtual tour and a host of other awesome digital content, until such time as they can perform live.

 

As a complete record one could be forgiven for feeling like they’re witnessing the blossoming evolution of their favourite OG’s. Emerging the other side as a more mature, slick and sexy force of nature. Mi Casa has literally, never sounded so good.

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