Multiple award-winning music powerhouses Black Coffee and Ami Faku collaborate with Gallo Remixed to bring an Afro pop remix of There’s Music In The Air
Originally performed, recorded, written, and produced in 1976 by Letta Mbulu and Caiphus Semenya respectively, one of the staple anti-apartheid songs is reborn into the nuanced pursuit of unattainable freedoms accentuated through an invigorating electronic soul remake as part of the Gallo Remixed Series executively produced by Black Coffee.
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Honing into the original composition’s medium for hope, feelings of love, hope and solace, and a zeitgeist message of freedom, Ami Faku bellows passionate vocal textures, soothing harmonies, and piercing tonal registers on the Black Coffee and DJ Kenza’s Co-Production.
Black Coffee tells KDanielles Media: “This remix is one that I hold close to my heart as it represents so much of the struggle, perseverance and courage that my country has always put forth. We’ve taken our roots and splashed a modern spin — I’m excited for this to be released for the world’s ears.”
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Ami Faku added: “I’m super excited for the release of this song. I have always wanted to work with Black Coffee and we finally found the perfect song and I do hope that people receive it well.”
Sharing a mutual admiration and respect for the aforementioned music icons who were a catalyst in the dismantlement of apartheid in South Africa, There’s Music In The Air harnesses the pivotal spirit of its original composition to immortalise South Africa’s milestone growing influence on the global music culture.
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