Top 10 South African House Songs 2019

Top 10 South African House Songs 2019

South African House Music  is a type of electronic dance music that has a strong and regular beat It can be created by a DJ, record producer or the music artist with contribution from other sources like electronic instruments and performers on synthesizers. The structure of this type of music usually begins with an intro and then followed by a chorus and different verse sections and so on. The house Music has become a very important genre in South Africa and most South African artists have their roots from it. Today we take a look at the Best South African House Songs for 2019;

  1. THIS LOVE- LADY ZAMAR    This song is the new Chart topping song by South African Lead Female Sing Lady Zamar.  “King Zamar” as shes fondly called is a  Thembisa-born singer and songwriter and has released so many song that has topped South African music charts in the recent years. The song “This is Love” basically highlights on the double-sided nature of people. For instance when you have something good and it starts going bad, you automatically see something else that is good and say to yourself, like the line in the Music ‘I think the grass is greener that side’. She later released a visuals to the song which showed  the character, who is in between these relationships, finally realizing  that the grass is not greener on the other side. Lady Zamar who is known for her hot dance track that features the subject of love as an ever-constant theme in her music,in her words she said this was one of the most difficult songs to create in her new album “i’m about to start something new and this is who i am right now’. Check out the beautiful song.


This song is a trailblazing song by the Drumboss Heavy K  himself where he featured South African Barbie doll “Moonchild”. This is a Gqom-House fusion song that was first played during a Barcadi House Party Session.Heavy k DRUMBOSS as he is popularly called hails from the dusty under special area called Veeplaas that is arranged in Nelson Mandela Bay once in the past known as Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape locale.over the years he has contributed various hits for Point 5 tracks, including the SAMA grant winning track called ‘Lento’ by Professor and Speed.This is one of the tracks you would definitely groove to. check it out


This song by 2018 SAMA Awards winner Prince Kaybee features South African vocal powerhouse Msaki. Although Fans originally got to hear “Fetch Your Life” last year after the music producer started teasing songs off the album, it was released around may 2019. The track comes after he dropped his club controller hit single. the song talks about people taking control of their lives with lyrics like ‘Fetch your life,go on be alive’. they also recently dropped visuals which made justice to the song. Check it out.


This Song by Manqonqo features South African Gqom artists Dason and Saviour Gee. This coming after the success of his first track titled “Mungisi”. The song over time has proved to be an all town club favorite in South Africa. The 21 year old artist graced the song with his sonorous voice and was accompanied by a topnotch visual  in May 2019.This is definitely a club hit.


This song by Naak Musiq features Bluelle. Naak musiq is a South African actor, model and singer with the real name Anga Makubalo who has been in the house scene for quite a while and has released hit tracks. Ndakwenza ntoni being is first single in 2019 talked about love and its effect on the party involved.The tune which has been receiving a lot of airplay across radio rotations nationwide later recieved a complementing visuals which featured Naak Musiq and a Vixen using body language to depict the lyrics of the song. the music video was shot and produced by Pilot Films. check it out


This song by Sun-EL Musician features South African Singer Simmy. Sun-EL Musician is a South African based entertainer who after been signed on with Demor music label has gone on to  produce songs for nice singers like Bucie, who consequently received an award for the music which he co-produced. A visual which also did justice to the lyrics of the song was released in 2019. this is surely a hit. Check it out.


This song by Congolese-born, South Africa-based singer Tressor  features South African Female Singer Msaki. “Sondela” is a standout song from Tresor’s latest album Nostalgia. The music video for “Sondela,” which is directed by Marty Bleazard, blends the past and the present. The two artists can be seen posing for photos, flowers in hand, hitting those old school poses.They did a nice job on this track. Check it out.


This song by the amazing South African vocalist and house diva, Mpumi features industry veteran Professor. Mpumi is popular across entertainment circles for her explosive, but soothing celestial vocals, superb delivery style, as well as the most stunning of tribal offerings. Mpumi whose real name is Nompumelelo Mzobe can be said to have paid her dues. The highly sort after artist and veteran act professor did justice to the song making it a hit. Check it out


This song by DJ Tira features label mate Joocy. “Mthokozi Khati” popularly known as DJ Tira is a South African House DJ that has produced a lot of hit track and is the founder of a record label called “Afrotainment”. Tira joins long list of global DJ’s to title a song “Thank You Mr DJ”.With strong visuals backing it up this song is a hit. Check it out.


This song by TNS features South  African Queen of house Mpumi the song was produced ahead of the release of the “Madlokovu King of African” House studio album. The song is a collaborative effort with singer Mpumi. The uber-talented disc jockey, producer and singer has been in massive campaign with a world of scorching singles in collaborations with several female vocalists.The amazing vocals and tribal influences of Mpumi might have stolen the show though since we know the songstress is unable to disappoint. With great visuals the song is a hit. Check it out

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