Global Spin Award winner and South African female DJ Roxxi has teamed up with one of Africa’s most respected and talented personalities, Weza Solange to release Musica Na Alma.
This is the first single from Roxxi’s debut album and the first musical offering from Weza Solange.
Working with Beatmachine who has worked with Khuli Chana, Morafe, TowdeeMac and on the Maftown Heights RedBull editions CD, Roxxi and Beatmachine have delivered a unique blend of African sounds with a hint of her Indian heritage brought together by Weza’s smooth vocals.
Weza, who has graced our TV screens on Channel O and Big Brother was nervous yet excited to be exploring new territory.
“Switching from the TV screen to the music studio was a huge leap for me but I am so excited to have pushed my self in terms of creativity. The song is inspiring, sexy and most of all makes you want to dance!” said Weza.”
“As female DJs we still need to keep pushing and delivering as there are still so few female DJs here in Africa. Making the move from the DJ booth to studio and songwriting has always been a passion and I am so happy with be working with Beatmachine.” said Roxxi.
Already lending her name to the Drive Dry campaign, having reported on the hottest events for ZAlebs and launching VENTvip in 2013, Roxxi will be releasing her debut album from the Beatmachine label this year.
Musically, Roxxi was named as Glamour Magazine’s artist to watch and selected as one of the hottest female DJs in Africa alongside Cndo and Zinhle, by Bongo5 in 2013.
Channel O “So you think you can DJ” winner King P has delivered a pulsating remix of Musica Na Alma which will be released this week. Distributed through AfriCori the track will be available on iTunes, BeatPort and 30 other platforms throughout Africa.