Black Motion was created in 2010 by DJ Murda (born Robert Mahosana) and Thabo Mabogwane. The duo came together to form the musical group that is now a big name in the entertainment circle.
Both parties are talented artists which have helped them gain ground. Radio listeners are familiar with their songs which is played over and over again.
They further gained prominence after their songs appeared in many compilations. The duo had their musical breakthrough when they dropped the song titled Banane Mavoko.
The song which could translate to clap your hands featured the late Jah Rich.
They have also worked with other big artists in the music scene. Among others, they have collaborated with DJ Mthi, Bantu Soul, and Oskido.
|Country of origin||South Africa|
|Members||Robert Mahosana and Thabo Mabogwane|
|Albums||The Healers: The Last Chapter (2020), Ya Badimo (2016), Fortune Teller (2014), On Cue Vol 2 (2011)|
|Awards||South African Music Award for Best Dance Album, South African Music Award for Best Duo/Group of the Year|
|Record labels||Sound African Recordings, Ocha Records, SME Africa, UNIVERSAL MUSIC|
The popular musical duo was formed by two South African artists Robert Mahosana aka, DJ Murda, and Thabo Mabogwane in 2010. In the next year, they dropped their first album Talking to the Drums (2011).
They have also worked with other music labels outside the country who helped release their music tracks. Nulu and Tribe are among the labels they’ve worked with.
They have also held performances outside the shores of South Africa. Black Motion has performed in counties within and outside the African continent.
They have performed in the UK, Miami, Portugal, Angola, Botswana, and Namibia.
The musical duo Black Motion is made up of two members including DJ Murda and Thabo. DJ Murda was born Robert Mahosana in Potchefstroom but was raise in Soshanguve.
They were united with a common interest, music. Though the group was created in 2009, they started gaining ground in the next year.
Black Motion has released many hit songs since they first ventured into the music industry. Many fans and lovers of music seem to enjoy their work which is evident in their viewership on YouTube.
Among their songs, Joy Joy feat. Brenden hit over 3 million views on the streaming platform. Blending traditional drums in their work has further gained them a presence.
In 2020, they dropped the album The Healers: The Last Chapter. They have also worked with popular South African rapper Sho Madjozi and a Kenyan pop band, Sauti Sol.
They also collaborated with Vanco and Justin Chalice on the jam Closer To The Light.
|Beat of Africa||Celimpilo & Nokwazi||06:53|
|Can’t deny the feeling||Zamo||04:48|
|Trap en Los||Nokwazi||05:18|
|Ven pa ka||Homeboyz||06:23|
|I wanna be||Brenden Praise & Kabza Da Small||05:59|
|Ake cheat||King Monada & Chymamusique||06:01|
|To my tribe||Bonj||05:47|
|Hosana||Sun-El Musician & Nobunhle||04:49|
|Trap en Los||Nokwazi||07:31|
|Can’t deny the feeling||Zamo||06:38|
|Amandla||NaakMusiQ & Mvzzle Beat||06:02|
|Pretty lights||Alie Keys, KB & Tshepo||07:22|
|Vuka||Indlovukazi & DJ Fortee||05:14|
|Stametta||Afrikan Roots, Chymamusique, T-Deep & Gorge Munetsi||05:40|
|Everything||Afrotraction & Mo-T||03:43|
|Hosana||Sun-El Musician & Nobunhle||04:01|
|Ake Cheat||King Monada & Chymamusique||04:21|
|Ven Pa Ka||Homeboyz||04:00|
|The Healers: The Last Chapter||2020|
|On Cue Vol 2||2011|
They are active on social media and have gained a vast following for their content.
Black Motion fans stay connected to their engaging content where they promote their music. They talk about their performances and more using the platform.
On the Black Motion Instagram account, @realblackmotion, they boast over three hundred and seventy thousand followers.
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