First Listen! Divided Souls & Samuri feat. Sio Blackwidow – North (Jus Nativ Remix) (Bodikela Recordings)
Markus Bachmann (aka Divided Souls) and Samuri (Ahmed Azzamouri) are one of a kind busy partners.
Together, they run an art agency (La Santa Negra). A company which has specialized itself in sound design, voiceover, events, booking and consulting. But also music production, therefore serving as the expression vector of their music…
Their latest track – ‘North’ – is a deep and soulful joint featuring the ultra sultry Sió Blackwidow. Jus Nativ reworked it in an oustandingly touching way, creating a unique atmosphere…
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Sió Blackwidow is a South African singer, songwriter, actress, poet, crafter and model. She is one of the founding members and the lead singer of Project 5. The band made their debut by the end of 2014 on British label Peng Africa.
She has also written ‘Dance After’ for Marubini MusiQ. A track remixed by Luka WeGoDeep, Pablo Martinez and more recently Tyrone Francis.
Among the ones she’s also collaborated with, Luka WeGoDeep, Lilac Jeans and Divided Souls…
– Jus Nativ (real name: Mpho Ngwenya) is DJ and producer who resides in Kempton Park, Johannesburg. He has learnt the basics of music in a choir during the 90’s in the township of Ekangala, Bronkhorstspruit.
Jus Nativ has made himself a reputation for his sound, blending a vibey drum-line, sweet melodies and alluring vocals. Quoting Black Coffee and Heavy K as inspiring him, he is definitely a name to count with South Africa.
Jus Nativ released his debut album back in 2014 on Soul Candi. An album where he happened to blend his own work with some of his favorite tracks as well.
Prior to releasing the latter, he dropped two singles which have been doing exceptionally well. SCR licensed his first one, ‘Crazy Love’, which featured Thandi Draai. His second, ‘Never Give Up’, featured Lungile Shandu and stayed on the YFM Hot 99 Chart for 9 weeks in 2013.
Jus Nativ launched his own Record Label (Jus Nativ Records) with the Dance anthem ‘Undiphuza’. Poet and singer Rachel Kgapola joined him on this venture.
The man believes in Zig Ziglar‘s famous quote… “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.”