EP features the vocal talents of Sho Madjozi, KB Motsilanyane, Sjava and Thandiswa Mazwai whose strong vocals blend very well with the voices of praise singers.
EP was launched in Johannesburg on 18 of September and the EP is set to be released on Heritage Day, 24 September. Ndzekeli said the amazing artists on the Clan Beats EP were carefully selected cultural advocates who embody what the campaign is about.
The Clan Beats EP, aims to bridge the gap between younger and older generations, the brand aims to talk to a wider audience and make room for much-needed dialogue about African culture and practices. This was showcased at a media launch where the brand announced weekly Clan Vlogs on their social media pages featuring Nelisiwe Sibiya, Ifani, Mncube, and Hulisani Ravele, Gogo Dineo, Baby Cele and Mzilikazi wa Afrika. They have started discussing matters of cultural practices in modern society.
In addition to the Clan Beats EP and the Clan Vlogs, the Castle Milk Stout Clanopedia site is still available for consumers to register their clan praises with aim of providing reference and accessibility of clan praises for future generations. What an exciting exercise for the whole country.