Whosane has come together with The DJBooth and Puma to bring listeners his latest street release, Brooklyn to Cape Town.
The project packs 16 original records from the underground rhymesayer, who was born in B.K. and resides in South Africa. Included are "Move" and the Booth-featured title track. Throughout, Whosane is joined on the guest tip by DJ ONQ, Harry Brooks Jnr, Jimmy Flexx, Lindiwe Nonku Phiri, Pangaea, Phife Dawg and Zaki Ibrahim. In addition to the artist's own production, the mixtape features beats by Draztik, Eric Lau, Fif Estate, Mikezilla, M. Phazes, Oh No and Ski Beatz.
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Brooklyn to Capetown" (2012)
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