In true Immigrant fashion, K.F. and Kamu host come up rappers Apollo and G Plat, who drop new music and discuss their ongoing journeys to stardom. Plus the MTV Shuga radio drama series continues.

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Episode two of the MTV Shuga Down South radio drama drops and in line with the principles of MTV Shuga, the Immigrants have a heated discussion with acting MD, Dr Mini and Zola Mtshiya. Zola is the head of marketing, branding and communication at the Board of Health Funders Southern Africa. The conversation delves deep into the role of the private sector in national healthcare insurance.

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K.F. and Kamu celebrate their No Borders and MTV Shuga Down South partnership with a star-studded line up of guests. Family Tree’s latest addition, Tshego, drops by to congratulate the team and drop his latest offering, ‘Garden’. South African/Nigerian trap and hip-hop artist, Spender, also comes through to drop his new single ‘II For The Night’ and talk about his upcoming album.

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K.F. and Kamu sit down with MTV Shuga Presents 16 & Pregnant stakeholders, Whitney Chinogwenya: Brand and Communications Lead at Marie Stopes and Dudu Maziya: Communications Co-ordinator at Mothers2Mothers to discuss the new MTV show and teenage pregnancy in commemoration of Youth Day.

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The Immigrants are joined by the cast of the recently launched MTV Shuga Down South for a pre-Youth Day conversation. Characters Sol (Ayanda Makayi), Tsholo (Stephanie Sandows), Quinton aka Q (Jezrial Skei), Mr Masangu (Graeme Kriega) discuss the show’s journey and purpose ahead of one of Africa’s biggest holidays.

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The Immigrants went in on hip-hop culture and influence in light of the Back To Old School J. Dilla Tribute Concert. SA rapper Youngen God dropped his single ‘Selemina’ and also weighed in on the OG’s of hip-hop.

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K.F. goes it alone and embarks on an hour long monologue on issues ranging from Pepe Kalle and Rhumba to BEE and Affirmative Action.

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Josina Z. Machel, daughter of Samora and Graca Machel and Founder of the Kuhluka Movement, joins The Immigrants for an in-depth discussion on domestic-based violence. AB Crazy also comes through to weigh in on hip-hop’s portrayal of women, and drop his latest single ‘Sorry’.

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The Immigrants speak to Darryl Nyamutsamba, Editor of SA Music Magazine – and artists Ammara Brown and Tehn Diamond. There is a heated debate about the ‘African sound’, and some new tracks get played.

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Palesa Tshabalala of Thuto-Lesedi Secondary School discusses the Girl Talk initiative. Rapper Mz Louis Layne (Swaziland) and Afro Soul songstress Liefy Jones (Botswana) also pull through to drop some fresh music!

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