DreamTeam dropped a sick track, titled "Young Mandela," and Mzansi is loving it.
Last month, South Africa celebrated the centennial birthday of late former president Nelson Mandela, and DreamTeam's single is undoubtedly the icing on the #Mandela100 cake.
The beat will get you moving, and the lyrics are catchy enough to have you rapping along to "Young Mandela" in no time, as they capture a message of Mzansi's youth, the struggles the group have experienced over the past couple of months, and cleverly depict themselves as boxers and fighters much like the late great Nelson Mandela in his youth.
Hours after its release, the hashtag YoungMandela started trending on Twitter, with positive reviews on Twitter streets. One user wrote:" I'm gonna be jammin' to #YoungMandela through out the whole weekend @Trey_DT and @Saso_DT just made us feel at home again. This Is South Africa" (sic)
But that's not all, the rapping duo are also calling on all other musicians to share their own rendition of "Young Mandela."
Over the next coming weeks, DreamTeam will be recording a variety of remixes from other from artists from Nigeria, Ghana, Botswana, South Africa and other countries with each artist lyrically displaying what makes them a Young Mandela, but they also want young musicians to record their own "Young Mandela" verse and join in the movement.
A LOT OF YOU HAVE A LOT TO SAY! We want to hear you! @slikouron got the instrumental! Get your own verse and tell us what makes you a #YoungMandela then send it to us - yo[email protected]
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To join the #YoungMandelaChallenge, record your remix of the track and submit directly to DreamTeam via email [email protected]
The DreamTeam gang will drop their top selects weekly.
Listen to "Young Mandela" here.