TL’s playlist to get you through #selfisolation


We have something for everyone – whether you are into hip-hop, house, Afro-pop and soul or alternative, these jams will keep you entertained.

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Mbali Soga, Editor

Mbali Soga
Mbali Soga

  • Another Lover by Little Dragon
  • Masiziyekelele (14.11.16) by Bongeziwe Mabandla
  • The Way U Make Me Feel  by Black Eyed Peas
  • I Can’t by Foxy Brown featuring Total
  • Cherry Pie by Sade

Khathu Thusi, Production Manager

Khathu Thusi
Khathu Thusi

  • Freak Like Me by Adina Howard
  • Sky’s The Limit by Notorious B.I.G.
  • I want A Little Sugar In My Bowl by Nina Simone
  • I’ve Been Loving You Too Long by Etta James
  • Summertime by Ella Fitzgerald

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Palesa Vilakazi, Beauty Editor

Palesa Vilakazi
Palesa Vilakazi

  • GO! By DJ Zinhle and Dr Duda featuring Lucille Slade
  • Ngeke Balunge by Mafikizolo
  • Love Letter by Blaq Diamond
  • Jikizinto by Berita
  • Okokoko by Sphectacula & Naves featuring Thebe & Unathi

Sisonke Labase, Journalist

Sisonke Labase
Sisonke Labase

  • Sun by Sleeping At Last 
  • Show Me Love by Alicia Keys featuring Miguel
  • Frontline by Syleena Johnson featuring Raheem DeVaughn
  • Speak by Jhené Aiko
  • Will by Joyner Lucas

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Brian Mahlaba, Senior Designer

Brian Mahlaba
Brian Mahlaba

  • Trapped In by Reason featuring Boogie & Ab-Soul
  • Rubber Bands & Weight by Benny the Butcher
  • Overcomer by Royce 5’9 featuring Westside Gunn
  • Ghetto Kids Next Up by Touchline

Lineo Leteba, Journalist Intern

Lineo Leteba
Lineo Leteba

  • Imali by Ami Faku featuring Blaq Diamond
  • Do For Love by 2Pac
  • Cannibal by Daniel Baron
  • Borders by Saint Jhn featuring Lenny Kravitz
  • People, I’ve been Sad by Christine and the Queens

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