The Rhythm Sessions feat Portia Monique – The Cure

The Rhythm Sessions, the dynamic DJ outfit formed in 2014 comprises of two Gauteng locals Hlalefang ‘Fang DaRhythm’ Nomganga and Edgar ‘Edsoul’ Mfaba have been making waves in the industry over the last 14 months. With heavy backing from musical giants on the SA music scene and they residency at Kaya FM, their full length Rhythm Sessions album is due for release by July this year.

“The Cure” was composed by Vusi Chirwa, Xolani Dlamini, Edgar Mfaba and Hlalefang Nomganga with collaborating with Hawaiian born songstress Portia Monique on lyrics and was produced and mixed by Alpha & Olmega – The Rhythm Sessions.

“The Cure” is the first track taken from The Rhythm Sessions forthcoming album. Enjoy the full remix package including remixes by Louie Vega, Adam Rios, Alpha & Olmega and Mark Francis out now on the Vega Records imprint. Shot and edited by MVP Productions, it’s a light video, shot in beautiful spaces with the simple aim of delivering the narrative of the lyrics.

Describing the visual storyline of the music video, Portia Monique explains,  “Its about a woman in distress looking to cure her craving of undying love and lust. The love struck, love torn damsel is in desperate need to discover the antidote to remedy her eternal desire of deep love and affection. Until that time comes, she will suffer in disparity of the cure”.

“We are super excited entering 2017 with our debut music video ‘Cure’ featuring the one and only Portia Monique”, says Edsoul – one half of The Rhythm Sessions and also adds, ‘The single was massive in 2016 so we just had to bring to life with this cleverly shot music video. This however is just the beginning of great things planned for our supporters and fans. Watch this space.’

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