Starting with the recent Teno Afrika, "Awesome Tapes From Africa", the second installment of the series, "Awesome Tapes From Africa", takes a look at the latest movement born in South Africa, the "Amapiano" movement, which is rapidly reviving homegrown jazz, boogie, afro-house, kwaito and more. For the second installment in this series, "Awesome Tapes From Africa" presents DJ Black Low, a 20-year-old producer and multi-instrumentalist based in Pretoria, South Africa. From the discovery of soul and boogie from the perspective of frontier rare grooves, to the South African version of grime, "Gqom," to the rise of contemporary jazz following in the footsteps of London, it's no exaggeration to say that South Africa's music is currently attracting attention on a national scale. He is a key figure in the growing music movement in South Africa. This is a masterpiece title that incorporates elements of various genres that have been played in clubs for decades, and further enlivens the "amapiano" developed in the black townships formed during the apartheid era with propulsive rhythms and dynamic vocal performances.