Jae Cash enters DJ Showstar’s Top 5


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Budding local hip hop artiste Jae Cash has entered this week’s DJ Showstar’s Top 5 songs following the release of his new single ‘Efyofine waba’ featuring the renowned vocalist Izrael formerly Exile.

The song produced by the one and only DJ Mzengaman hit the number one spot on the charts of the most trending songs on Wednesday and maintained dominance by press time.

This song is more on the laid-back because of Izrael but has a strong Jae Cash effect that which makes it a wonder.

Trailing it on number two was Kaladosha’s new song ‘Gentleman’ taken off his latest CD ‘Kissing the Music’. This one was produced by Kekero. On number three is also something new from Jae Cash’s producer KB. KB also enters the chart with his ‘Diary 7’ featuring J.O.B, J-rox, Willz and F-Jay.

On number four is Dope Boys with Mpu Mpu which has been on the charts for months now. It is interesting to note the Dope Boys still have great command and only followed loosely by T-Sean with ‘Ndani’ on number 5.

The DJ Showstar Top 5 is a daily feature of the countdown accessed on djshowstar.com


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