• Professor Rhythm – Uskamosothotsa
    • Professor Rhythm – Ubohisa Kanna
    • Professor Rhythm – Via Zimbabwe
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    • 1. Uskamosothotsa
    • 2. Ubohisa Kanna
    • 3. Via Zimbabwe
    • 4. Raditaba (Nozindaba)
    • 5. Professor 3
    • 6. Zabalaza

    South African mbaqanga and bubblegum instrumentals for the dancefloor! Awesome Tapes From Africa focus on the second album release by one of the key players of the burgeoning house music scenes in Johannesburg and Pretoria in 1991 - Professor Rhythm!

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