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Rangoato Hlasane also known as DJ Mma Tseleng played a set comprising his sonic research, which is concerned with ‘songs as texts’, rerouting Kwaito’s roots in what he calls an expanded family tree in order to make visible the political and historical significance of the genre.

DJ Mma Tseleng played South African indigenous music/s and its family trees (such as marabi, kwela, malombo and kwaito), spanning influences from the African continent, North America and parts of Asia and Europe (such as jazz, soul, rock ‘n roll, funk and hip hop).

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