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David Kramer and Toya Delazy are joining musical forces to collaborate together? Yes, you read right.
The two unlikely musicians are teaming up to bring you a brand new song and we've got a behind-the-scenes video of their first meeting, brought to you by the MashLab.
With the MashLab project running on 5FM for two consecutive years already you can only imagine what 2015's Xperia MashLab has to offer.
How it All Started: It all started in 2013 when Jon Savage initiated this crazy awesome idea to do collaborations with South African artists.
The first MashLab was featured on 5FM on the Rob Vember show. On a weekly basis listeners would vote in some of South Africa’s best musicians to produce an incredible collaboration based on a theme chosen by the listeners themselves.
The Plot: In celebrating their second year running, Sony Mobile has come on board as the main sponsor – so it is now called Xperia MashLab! This means that the listeners also get to design the artwork for the new collaborative tracks concluding in a MashLab album.
This year’s Xperia MashLab will be hosted on the Forbes and Fix show Monday-Friday from 13:00-16:00.
"Song writing is an organic process and by bringing fans Xperia Mashlab, we are giving them access to the most vulnerable space of any artist - the space in which they create their art," says MashLab founder, Jon Savage.
He adds that, "This is a project that I am very proud to be extending on the back of the successful first MashLab season."
Xperia MashLab is being powered by Thread. Thread is responsible for all the recording and behind-the-scenes footage.
Watch the behind-the-scenes videos below:
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