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Dj Manphezulu Creates Lasting Memories With Take Me Out

Krest Thokozani Maise who is also known DJ Manphezulu is from Kwaggafontain, KwaNdebele Mpumalanga, South Africa. He started music journey around 2003 with a ‘Kwaito Music Demo‘ with Dj Prayer on production. Since then there has been no liking back for Dj Manphezulu.

He has made some appearance with Kaslam Production where he worked with ‘Slakater’ and with Ozzenue Entertainment were he released his first ‘Kwaito Album’. In 2012 he released his follow up album which was titled ‘Another Level’ which featured hit tracks like ‘Yebooo, Sorry Sesi and Imagine’. Not only is he a capable beat maker, but he is also a massive talent when it comes to the decks as he has played alongside some of Mzansi’s best deejays such as, ‘Oskido, Cleo, Black Motion, Professor, Dr Malinga, Bojo Mojo, Lulo Cafe, Vetkuk vs Mahoota’.

Now that we have bit of some background information about Dj Manphezulu, let us jump to his latest offering which is titled ‘Take Me Out’. ‘Take Me Out’ is his latest single where he features ‘MellowKiti’ on vocal duties and just to add in that bit of extra punch he also featured ‘Man Paul’. I was particularly impressed with the vibe ‘MellowKiti’ creates within this jam. As she provides some ‘nostalgic sing along type of flow’ vibe within the track which gels perfectly with the guitar element of the track.

If you are into well layered guitar elements in your track and also sing along type of sound. Then ‘Take Me Out’ will definitely do the trick for you as you will continuously have it on repeat in your playlist. For us this is a great summer song which is bound to create some ‘lasting memories’ for the summer 17. Impressive effort indeed!!!

Get Dj Manphezulu & ManPaul Feat MellowKiti – Take Me Out Via Traxsource

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