iNumber Number gangsta soundtrack available for download

2014-04-23 18:00
Johannesburg - The rousing South African heist movie, iNumber Number, written and directed by Donovan Marsh, is set to open in cinemas on 25 April.

The soundtrack for the film, a tale of undercover agents, dirty cops, armoured cars, vicious thieves and big money, is performed and produced by Israel Makoe, aka ‘Ma Orange’, and is now available on global music subscription service Deezer, and is being hailed as a perfect reflection of the film itself: entertaining, revolutionary and effortlessly cool.

Describing the motivation behind the songs he wrote and performed for the soundtrack, actor, poet, singer and dancer Makoe, who also plays the role of hard-core gangster ‘Skroef’ in the film, says: "I was inspired by the reality of a hidden gang society that is seldom spoken about. The music reflects the storyline and the mood of the film."

Makoe has appeared in a number of feature films, including Four Corners (2013), State of Violence (2010), iIzululami (2008), Tsotsi (2005) and Drum (2004). He is also a well-known face on television and has starred in Yizo Yizo, Gaz'lam, Zone 14, Zero Tolerance, Home Affairs, and Isidingo.

iNumber Number is about a pair of cops battling corrupt colleagues as well as a gang of armoured-car thieves. The tracks include: iNumber Number, Umguluguthu, Amaroto, Chili & Shoes, and Skhoko. "The film has a unique sound, with the commercial tracks created by Israel Makoe counterpointed against an abstract and unusual score composed by acclaimed South African musician and composer Brendan Jury," says Marsh. "The result is an incredibly atmospheric and authentic audio experience."

A must-see for action fans, the film has all the tension, double crossing, gunfire, and explosions that a heist film should have, as well some great humour and outstanding cinematography, and a soundtrack that mirrors the relentless pace of the story.

Go to to download the iNumber Number soundtrack. Deezer has more than 36 million music fans across 182 countries. It gives fans access to more than 30 million tracks, instantly available on any device – smartphone, laptop,tablet, wireless home speakers, in-car audio, and PC.

Watch the trailer here:

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