JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, May 2020/ — Hosting a roaster of local and international acts 1990 Records is aiming to lay a blueprint that will create an impact and change, socially and within music. The studio was started in 2018 by friends D1, Don Bunji and BFB with an idea of creating a recording studio due the speed at which other studios took to complete music. 1990 Records was created and Lee Global, who is the grandson of the late Miriam Makeba, later joined the group.
Lee Global, is an established artist who has performed at the Back To Black Music Festival in Brazil and D1 (The Dominant One) is the winner of the 2011 Best Producer Award at the Malawi Music Awards. Artist BFB has recently collaborated with female MC Fifi Cooper and rapper Fredokiss on the single titled “Kapolo” and is featured on HHP single “Kea Jelwa”. D1 and BfB met Lee Global while all three where working on the highly anticipated HHP posthumous Album titled “The Drum” as part of the production team.
D1 playing a key part in the production of the album. Looking to add value not only within the music they make but also among emerging artists. Recently 1990 Records partnered with SAMRO Foundation to host thje second “Art + Business” seminar with Konshens TheMC who is a Governor on the Grammy Chapter Board, Voting Member of the Grammy Recording Academy and Grammy Museum Teaching Artist.
1990 Record is planning to release music more music in 2020 with artist Don Bunji releasing his singles “The Poor Never Win” and “Alright” with singer AV, both singles are Afro-pop inspired. Don Bunji is set releasing his debut album “18.15. 1990”.
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