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Cape Town’s TDF Release Debut Mixtape – “TDF TAPE 1”

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Founder & Chief Creative Mind at Hiphop Africa

Cape Town, renowned for its breath-taking landscapes and vibrant culture, is also home to some of the most talented music artists and creatives in the world. Among these rising stars is the sensational Cape Town- based crew, TDF short for (The Don Family) the 11 man group comprises of 8 MCs and 3 producers Chxpter, Lucas Dior, PRODICLE, The DonFather, Gemini2Side, KING PABLO, Xavy, Big K, LazloBeatz ,4rnzic, and Colo-Floy who are set to take the music industry by storm with their debut mixtape, “TDF TAPE 1.” Packed with fresh beats, sharp lyrics, and a unique South African flair, this mixtape is sure to be a game-changer in the global music scene.

The tape “TDF TAPE 1” was made by 3 of the crew members PRODICLE, King Pablo and producer Gemini2Side is a testament to the crew’s dedication and innovation in music. The 3 track project blends elements of hip-hop and trap, the mixtape showcases TDF’s ability to push the boundaries of sound while staying true to their roots. Their lyrics are a reflection of life in Cape Town, touching on themes such as love, struggle, and the pursuit of dreams, making it relatable to a global audience.

The mixtape includes tracks that are destined to become anthems for the youth, such as First time, My Vibe and Get this money with its infectious beats and thought-provoking lyrics, “TDF Tape 1” is a must-listen for music enthusiasts and anyone looking for an authentic and refreshing sound.

Listen to TDF TAPE 1 on all streaming services

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