Listening to this mix reminded me of ‘di Dance tsa ko kasi’. its road block. Kasi pon Lock! its a gathering. People are there to share some good vybz. Family vybz ah gwaan. You get to see Kings and Queens adorned in matching attire or colours together with their yutes come out. You see the sisters in their natural locks and hair and beauty setting trends in Afrocentric fashion regalia. The ghetto yutes with them back A wall looking oh so ghetto fabulous, checking out them sistahs and burning a spliff. You see Rasta Man licking the chalice. The DJ’s, Selektors and Shelektors buss out local chune outernational chune foundation chune new chune riddim chune; setting the soundtrack of the gathering of ‘di Dance tsa ko Kasi’ booming from the big bad sound. The Red Gold Green Flag flown high. All tribes welcome, the Elders are there among the yutes, the bold heads with their cooler bags, the usual suspects, the Bobo Shanti in their colourful turbuns chantin among the crowds, the King Steppa is heavily underway and if its an earthday session then the host or hostess will bless each one and all with the herb and ital food will be served and if its its dem yutes session you might just get bobo roots wine. The vybz are flow. Back in the days it was common to see bredrens and sistrens from Bloemfontein at a session in Soweto. Sometimes dem trod from Soweto to a session in the Vaal. There is always a guest selektor from another Kasi given a slot. All over kasi there are these Dances almost every second week or so. ‘di Dance tsa ko Kasi’ from east to west to north to south dem got it covered. Later as the sun goes down and sets over eKasi, setting it ablaze with a shimmering orange fire colour. The families and the little yutes call it a day and trod on home,. Them rude bwouys and gyals take over with their pum pum chunes until the sun comes again. Ting call six to six. 
DJ Nalingah Winter Love mix evokes such memories. Its a pure riddim mix. Pure listening pleasure.
Catch DJ Nahlingah every Thursday at Ndaweni Car Wash in Vosloorus for the Thirst Day Ragga Sessions.
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