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Street Cooper and Adora take eSwatini and Namibia to the world

He heard Adora’s music play, liked it and together they went into the studio. Months later their song is making airwaves across Africa!

“I motivate collaborations between different artists all over Africa”- Street Cooper.

Street Cooper real name ( Sanele Streetwise Sihlongonyane) is a Hip Hop/Afro Pop artist all the way from Swaziland. He started gracing major stages at the age of 15 and is known to be the son of the late Rev. Sihlongonyane. Growing up with gospel music, he later bridged out to Hip Hop and recorded his first demo ” Party All Night” when he was 16. He then got his major breakthrough when he was nominated at the AFRI MUSIC song contest this year.

Street Cooper is also known to have featured Adora on a song entitled Feel The Vibe stretching the rapper into an unknown musical territory two months ago. The Swaziland rapper learnt about Adora through an African playlist called Taffy Raw Top 20 in Zambia where her music was played. The two artist eventually met and created an awesome collaboration with the aim to inspire and motivate collaboration with various artists in Africa. ” Adora is like a sister to me and it was awesome working with her” says Street Cooper.

According to Street Cooper Feel, The Vibe is doing great things for both Namibia and Swaziland topping radio charts on two African radio stations as well as playing on seven African radio stations including Namibia and Swaziland.

Both Street Cooper and Adora are planning on dropping visuals for their song and can’t wait to have an cultural exchange with each other so they learn more about one anothers tradition.

Rosalia Hipondokahttps://unwrap.online
Media Student Lifestyle and Entertainment Journo

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