Albums to look out for this week

It's about to be a joyful festive season

By  | Jun 22, 2020, 01:44 PM  | Top of The

There's nothing like waiting for your favourite artist to finally drop some new music, especially if it's in the form of a full-length album.

A group that we've come to love and respect since their introduction to the South African audience, is the three-man band that is known as Beatenberg.

The last time Beatenberg released an album was in 2014 when they released their debut project titled The Hanging Gardens of Beatenberg.
The album gave us hits such as Rafael, Pluto, Ithaca and Chelsea Blakemore. The group also continued to win big at the South African Music Awards as they walked away with six awards back in 2015.

It's been four years since the group released an album and this week, we're happy to know that Friday, 14 December marks the release of their second album titled 12 Views of Beatenberg.

It's almost hard to believe that it's been two years since Sjava's debut album Isina Muva was released for the world to hear.

And now, here we are two years later and just a few days away from hearing his sophomore album titled Umqhele, which is also set to be released this Friday.

Sjava has already released a song from the new album titled Umama, a self-explanatory song about the love he has for his dear mother.

The Limpopo Champions League by Sho Madjozi is also dropping this Friday. The much anticipated album already has a number of favourite singles that Sho Madjozi's fans continue to enjoy. A recent track that is making a whole lot of noise right now is Kona.

In other Sho Madjozi news, Apple Music has placed her hit single, Huku in their A-List Africa playlist. What a great achievement for the young artist.

Make sure you get a hold of these albums this Friday. Sjava, Sho Madjozi and the Beatenberg band are known to produce some feel good quality music, so do do the right thing and get yourself one of these albums or even better yet, get all three.

Main image credit: Instagram/@sjava_atm