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15 of the best SA songs of 2013

2013-12-19 10:55
Toya Delazy, Jack Parow, Goldfish and Matthew Mole
Cape Town - December holidays is SA's time to relax and get sun-soaked on the beaches and at the pools while jamming to beat of summer.

If you want to make your summer playlist a Proudly South African one, then check out our top 15 of SA music of the year to end 2013 off with.

We've got Jack Parow, Toya Delazy, Shortstraw, DJ Kent, Goldfish, Matthew Mole, Woodstock Mafia, Beatenberg and many more on the list.

There were so many amazeballs songs to choose from, we left out many other great tracks, so if you don't see your fave SA song of 2013, please comment below.

Die Heuwels Fantasties - Hou Aan

Toya Delazy - Memoriam

ISO - Heaven

Pascal & Pearce ft LCNVL - Desperado

Gangs of Ballet - Don't Let Me Go

Goodluck - Trickery

Woodstock Mafia - Trigger and Gun

Shortstraw - Couch Potato

Beatenberg - Chelsea Blakemore

Matthew Mole - Take Yours, I'll Take Mine

Danny K - Brown Eyes

Monark - Smiling

Jack Parow - P.A.R.T.Y

DJ Kent ft The Arrows - Spin My World

Goldfish ft John Mani - One Million Views

What is your favourite SA song of 2013?

- Channel24

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