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What do South African artists jam in their cars?

There are many ways to play your favourite sounds in a new Subaru.

What do South African artists jam in their cars?

Sibongiseni Shabalala of Ladysmith Black Mambazo
“I like to listen to jazz and old school Maskandi. I love the late Oliver Mtukudzi. When I tune into the radio it’s usually Ukhozi FM. I love it when I happen to hear a Ladysmith Black Mambazo song – it makes my day!”
Francois van Coke
“My favourite car album is Queens of the Stone Age: Songs for the Deaf. It’s the best album for the long road.”
Buhle Mda of The Soil
“I love radio so much. I’m always on the road and I alternate between Kaya FM and Metro. When it comes to albums, I love Msaki’s new work – it’s always playing in my car. I love South African music. I’m also a bit old school and still insist on buying hard copies of music.”
Dan Patlansky
“I don’t listen to radio – I play music from my phone because then I have a choice to listen to what I want. Right now I am listening to Oscar Peterson”.
Koos Kombuis
“I listen to CDs that teach me how to speak Xhosa. It’s really cool!”
Toya Delazy
“I usually put on a Spotify playlist with miscellaneous music. I like it because I can discover new music and artists. I might start off with Mura Masa and end up discovering a whole new wave.”
Coenie de Villiers
“I listen to classical music in the traffic to stay calm, and rock ’n roll during long road trips to stay awake!”
Majozi
“I listen to Tom Misch, specifically his album Geography, because he gets my head bopping and puts me in a good mood!”