Botswana’s finest Afro House Record Producer Tefo Foxx is back with A New Song “Drums In Madagascar”
Hot Pick is a multi-layered music series that aims to highlight the hottest dance records, music videos, and podcasts fashioned by lesser known – and/or somewhat established – music producers, recording artists and emerging remixers currently based in the African continent.
Tefo Foxx is hands-down – and I truly do mean this without a shadow of a doubt – one of the most gifted and/or promising record producers to emerge out of a great new wave of musical talents and creative connoisseurs that are currently based in the southern-most part of the African continent, Botswana.
Keeping this in mind, “Drums In Madagascar” is one of only five new songs found on his latest audio presentation, extended play and Traxsource exclusive, titled “Oblivion”.
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The song, roughly about 7 minutes in length, is an exceptionally well-crafted master-piece and afro house banger. As much as it is a fairly decent demonstration of his production capabilities, it is also a cunningly sharp exhibition of his versatility as an afro dance music composer and fast-rising (yet highly underappreciated) unsigned remixer.
Taking all that into consideration, we unfortunately couldn’t reach Tefo Foxx in time to have a brief conversation with him about his track being featured as a Hot Pick for this week, but you can still listen to a sneaky Traxsource preview of the offering below and let us know what you think about it in the comment secton further down below: