My peeeeeeps! It is the second friday in december, which means we are halfway to new years and the December holidays are FAST approaching. We can almost feel ourselves arriving in Ballito, or Plett, ready for a big JOLL.
It’s finally friday, and that means the start of the weekend. That in turn obviously means our all important weekend party starter to kick-off your jumping jamming weekend.
Now, it is the first weekend of December, and because we go hard on December weekends, as it is the festive season in South Africa, and to countdown the weekends until new-years, we will be putting up two bangers every friday instead of one as usual.
Today my friends, marks a special days in our hearts. It is a friday, but more than that. It is month-end pay weekend. But even more than that, it is the last day of November. So, that means that this weekend is the kick-off of the end of the year, December festive season, and it is DEEP summer here in sunny South Africa. This means, braais, pool parties, beach parties, Joburg clubbing, Durban beach tanning, and all the bushveld bakkie parties we can muster. So enjoy the kick-off to our favourite time of the year, and start it off with a banger of note.
First up, people reckon we can’t throw it down here on the dark continent. They are sadly mistaken, when us okes in Africa hear a lekker tune, we throwdown proper! Here is a funny clip of it:
But don’t be discourage because it was so short. Get a few tjommies in your car and on your way out, put up this full tune. Initially they might think you are a mood-breaker, but as soon as the beat drops, they will thank you for the jam.
I’m just gonne get straight into this one and tell you that if you don’t have cowboy boots and a cowboy hat, go out and get some immediately. If you do, just put this tune on tonight when your liver is well-lubricated, take off your clothes, put on your cowboy boots and hat, and make a video of yourself rocking out to this tune. Send us the proof or it never happened!
It was a rough week and we are close to giving up. But just before we do, the is a glimmer of hope and the weekend arrives. Gooi this tune, recharge from the rough week, and make sure it is a rougher weekend!