South Africa’s prolific duo of Mabala Noise, Major League DJz return with an exciting new brand they title “Do Better”. This latest song features a heavyweight cast including Boss Zonke, Riky Rick, Ambitiouz Entertainment’s KLY as well as Nigeria’s dancehall king, Patoranking. Gemini Major produced this potential hit – need we say more?
Major League DJz made up of twin brothers Bandile and Banele have a knack for top-notch collaborations with top shots on the hip hop circuit. Their 2016 masterclass jam, “Sgetit“, which featured Cassper Nyovest and Kwesta is still causing as much chaos and disruption on the airwaves.
However, “Do Better” is a feel-good and wavy burst of good music. The fact that Major League DJz went on this outing with former label mate and friend, Riky Rick is a testament of the bond that exists between this trio. Given the fact that rumour had been rife the brothers might seek the exit door themselves; Riky Rick simply cooked up a dope for the brotherhood over label affiliations.
KLY brought that grooving roll that makes “Do Better” a trigger for some tingling sensation with some lovely tunes and vocal delivery. Remember, the “5am In The East” star is still blazing hot off his recent signature for Ambitiouz, as well as the drop of “Scrrr Pull Up Remix“, which featured Nigerian wonder boy, Wizkid.
Major League DJz just made “Do Better” an African-flavoured all-rounder as they called on the ingenuity ofPatoranking from Nigeria. The “No Kissing Baby“ hitmaker who enjoyed a lot of spice last year with his feature on Supermega, AKA‘s chart-topping “Special Fi Mi“ does what he knows best yet again on “Do Better”.
“Do Better” is a love-inspired ballad that brings discussions on the universal cupid language to bare. Everyday should be a blank new page where we attain do better for those that we love, cherish and care about.
The Boston, USA-born Major League DJz continue to set the bars even higher having hosted parties early on in their careers for the likes of 50 Cent, Akon and Fat Joe, and have gone on to play alongside both local and international DJ’s such as DJ Fresh, Euphonik, Roger Goode, DJ Trauma, DJ Drama and DJ Woo Kid.
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