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Taola’s ‘Freedom’ signed in London UK

Publishing Date : 12 June, 2018

Author : DAVE BAAITSE

Local fusion duo, Taola, has signed their third single ‘Freedom’ under London based record label ‘Reel People’. The song afro- beat rhythms with the richness of African elements.  


Taola comprises of the duo, Thato Chuma and Bonolo Mogotsi who cannot hide their happiness from their affirmation of work. “Reel People Music has a footprint of working with amazing artists globally who have inspired our work so it means a lot. To have Manoo remix it was the cherry on top as this is a song we really enjoyed putting together,” they said.


The song was produced by Bonolo ‘B Note’ Mogotsi, with local guitarist Trevor Ramolemana adding colourful rhythms to it. It was originally published under their label ‘Taola Productions’ in 2017. They wanted to give it a bigger platform and wings to cross into the international market as its lyrics resonate with anyone.


The song, according to Taola was inspired by the social climate we find ourselves in, where people seek many facets of freedom, promised by their governments. “It is a social comment that poses a statement of how we continuously wait for freedom, when we should be the ones to free ourselves,” explains the duo.


Reel People is London’s acclaimed record label that has produced and remixed songs for the likes of Incognitos’s Tony Momrelle, Portia Monique, Phonte,  Zo, Muhsinah, The Layabouts, Immani and other prolific artists and DJs globally. Recently celebrating their 10 year anniversary, their catalogue expands from acid jazz, nu jazz, soul to afro and deep house.


The song is also remixed by DJ Manoo who is renowned in the house music community as one of the greatest talents globally and of the French House community. Freedom will be available for pre order on June 8th on Traxsource, and on other digital platforms worldwide on June 15th.  The song is released under Foliage Records, a sister label to Reel People that publishes afro, soul and deep house.

For more information, visit their page ‘Taola’ on Facebook, or’ taolabw’ on Twitter

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