Discover which songs dominated the South African charts and streets this year!
Fakaza Deep finally released Top 10 Trending South Africa songs of 2022 after much teasing and discussion on social media, and we have songs from it that you can add to your playlist.
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Check out Fakaza Deep picks for Top 10 Trending South Africa songs of 2022 So Far below.
10. Healer Ntliziyo Yam – Gaba Cannal & Goerge Lesley feat. Russell Zuma
Gaba Cannal and George Lesley provide their fans with a new song named Healer Ntliziyo Yam, which features Russell Zuma. Gaba Cannal utilizes the new single to promote his current project, Agape, which includes 5 tracks featuring Afrotration, Mr Abie, and others.
9. Abo Mvelo – Daliwonga feat. Mellow & Sleazy and M.J
Daliwonga has released a new song named Abo Mvelo, which features M.J, Mellow, and Sleazy. Mellow and Sleazy’s consistency in the industry has been outstanding, as they continue to perform as promised.
8. ‘All In You’ – Senior Oat feat. Kemy Chienda
Senior Oat drops this new track named All In You, which features Kemy Chienda. He provides wonderful songs for his supporters to keep the season going. Senior Oat’s songs include Lazy Hands, A Thousand May Fall, Anointed, and a few others.
7. Tanzania – Uncle Waffles and Tony Duardo feat. Sino Msolo and BoiBizza
Uncle Waffles makes her debut in the business with Tanzania, a collaboration with Tony Duardo that features Sino Msolo and BoiBizza. Drake’s Fave takes a step toward something larger by starting to make tracks instead of relying just on her gigs.
6. Sengizwile – Mas Musiq feat. Aymos and Young Stunna
Mas Musiq arrives ahead of the weekend with a new single titled Sengizwile, which features Aymos and Young Stunna. Auti ‘eSharp, a new tune from the Blaq Boy Music artist’s album, has been released.
6. Abalele – Kabza De Small, DJ Maphorisa and Ami Faku
Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa collaborate on a new music titled Abalele, which features Ami Faku’s voice. The jam satisfies the expectations of fans and provides a reason to be proud of the genre. They take their time as Scorpion Kings for the weekend, bringing the calming voice to the music.
5. Dali Nguwe – Wanitwa Mos feat. Nkosazana Daughter, Basetsana and Obeey Amor
Wanitwa Mos and Master KG take on Dali Nguwe, a new groove starring Nkosazana Daugther, Basetsana, and Obeey Amor. They collaborate to provide their fans this new single to keep them going over the weekend. In addition to Master KG’s work, he took the extra effort Zajika Izinto by Tee Jay and ThackzinDJ.
4. Asibe Happy – Kabza De Small, DJ Maphorisa and Ami Faku
Kabza De Small and Dj Maphorisa take the reigns with “Asibe Happy,” a new Ami Faku-assisted tune. This is Kabza De Small and Ami Faku’s fourth tune, and we can only hope for more bangers from them in the future.
3. uMlando – 9umba, Mdoovar and Toss feat. Sir Trill, Sino Msolo, Lady Du, Young Stunna and Slade
With Umlando by 9umba, Mdoovar, and Toss, the Amapiano musicians drop the rhythm right when it’s required. The official release comes shortly after the creators released a teaser to let fans know what to anticipate. The new track features vocals from Sino Msolo, Lady Du, Young Stunna, Sir Trill, and Slade. One thing about this combo is that they never disappoint their followers.
2. Paris – Q-Mark & TpZee feat. Afriikan Papi
Q-Mark and TpZee collaborate on a new single titled Paris, which features Afriikan Papi. In order to give their fans something unique, they made this round an Amapiano atmosphere for the week. Q-Mark understands that getting something like this off takes TpZee’s help.
1. SETE – K.O feat. Young Stunna and Blxckie
K.O releases a new song titled Sete, which features Young Stunna and Blxckie. On the track, he collaborates with the Amapiano and Hip Hop vocalists. K.O has certainly built a great library this year by producing songs that the world wants to hear.