Major League DJz Respond To Suggestions To Work With “The Weeknd” On An Amapiano Song
Major League DJz Respond To Suggestions To Work With “The Weeknd” On An Amapiano Song. Major League is a live deejay group that consists of twin brothers that go by the name of Bandile and Banele. one is a deejay and the other a percussionist. Proudly South African. With a american background. Amapiano is making its way across the globe and Major League DJz, Bandile and Banele Mbere, shared this uniquely South African genre with multiple international stars.
A fan of the duo suggested that they work on an Amapiano record with American singer The Weeknd. Major League DJz seemingly agreed to the suggestion, while saying they are working on it. Check it out:
This will not be the first time the stars are in collaboration works with an international star. Recently, the twin stars shared that they have an Amapiano song with American singer Doja Cat.
The “Dinaledi” duo have been travelling the globe bringing amapiano to international audiences from Ghana to the UK.The twins played to sold-out shows in London with the rest of the amapiano fraternity in August.The “Le Plane E’Landile” hitmakers made their way to the US late few months ago. Playing a set at the Afrolituation event in Los Angeles, Major League DJz rubbed shoulders with the likes of Wizkid. While they were in the City of Angels the duo linked up with Major Lazer, which consists of Diplo, DJs Walshy Fire and Ape Drums, and recorded their coming Balcony Mix.Sharing a short clip on Instagram, the “Careless Whisper” hitmakers are seen dancing to the duo’s set with DJ Walshy Fire doing the “Wa Wa Weh” move popularised by DBN Gogo.