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Playlist of Hotline With P.J. Powers & Steve Kekana

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  • Hotline With P.J. Powers & Steve Kekana - Feel So Strong

    5:59

    Label: Red Bus Records
    Catalog#: RM 9904
    Format: Vinyl, 12
    Country: Italy
    Released: 1983
    Genre: Electronic, Rock
    Style: Synth-pop
    Credits: Producer - Alistair Coakley , Bones Brettell , Greg Cutler
    Notes: (P) 1983 Mike Fuller Music Ltd

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  • Steve Kekana & PJ Powers with Hotline - Feel so strong

    6:08

    Steve Kekana is a very popular South African artist (born 4 August 1958 in Zebediela in the Limpopo Province). He has been blind since the age of 5 and attended a school for the blind in Pieterburg (now Polokwane). In 1974 he joined the group “The Hunter”, and while performing with them was discovered by talent scout and producer, Tom Vuma, who then became his manager. He is one of South Africa’s most successful artists, having released more than 40 albums in his career. He also sings in multiple languages. He had chart success with “The Bushman” in 1982, which reached #13 on the South African Top 20 and charted for 8 weeks. In 1983 he again made it into the charts, together with PJ Powers and Hotline, with “Feel So Strong” (the 7” single release of this song). It reached #6 and charted for 15 weeks.

    PJ Powers is a South African artist, born Penelope Jane Dunlop in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal on 16 July 1960. Her first musical group was an all-girl band called Pantha, but a year later she joined Jimslip, which in time became the very well-known South African group, Hotline. “Hotline” was formed in Johannesburg in 1980, and she was the lead singer until they disbanded in 1987, after which she pursued a solo career. In 1995 her recording of the Rugby World Cup official song, World in Union, (featuring Ladysmith Black Mambazo) reached #47 on the UK Singles Chart. She also performed the song live at the opening of the 1995 Rugby World Cup in Cape Town for a worldwide television audience.

    She had a number of South African Top 20 hits:
    • You're So Good to Me – with Hotline – reached #8 and charted for 12 weeks in 1982
    • “Feel So Strong” (which she wrote herself) – PJ Powers & Steve Kekana with Hotline – reached #6 and charted for 15 weeks in 1985
    • “Jabulani” - with Hotline – reached #9 and charted for 16 weeks in 1985

    Some of her other well-known songs include Home to Africa (1985) and There is an Answer (1986). In the '90s her music took on a more Afro-pop focus, finding a receptive audience in the black market, who gave her the nickname Thandeka - the loved one.

    This song is the 12” version released in 1983. It was written by PJ Powers.

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  • Hotline With P.J. Powers & Steve Kekana - Feel So Strong.flv

    6:00

    just some some from africa :).. enjoy

  • Feel So Strong

    4:19

    Provided to YouTube by AFRICORI

    Feel So Strong (With Steve Kekana) · P.J. Powers · P.J. Powers · P.J. Powers · P.J. Powers

    The Best of S.A. Pop (1960-1990), Vol. 3

    ℗ 2013 Gallo Record Company

    Released on: 1997-08-08

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  • All I Need is Here in Africa

    4:37

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    All I Need is Here in Africa · Steve Kekana · Steve Kekana · P.J. Powers · P.J. Powers

    The English Album

    ℗ 2013 Gallo Record Company

    Released on: 2000-10-13

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  • Feel so Strong

    3:59

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    Feel so Strong · Steve Kekana · Steve Kekana · P.J. Powers · P.J. Powers

    The English Album

    ℗ 2015 Gallo Record Company

    Released on: 2000-10-13

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Weve Got Love

    3:52

    Provided to YouTube by AFRICORI

    We've Got Love (Feat. P.J. Powers) · Steve Kekana · Steve Kekana · P.J. Powers · P.J. Powers

    The English Album

    ℗ 2015 Gallo Record Company

    Released on: 2000-10-13

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  • Hotline - Feel so strong 1983

    2:26

    Hotline - Feel so strong 1983

    PJ Powers: Vocals
    Alistair Coakley: Lead guitar
    George van Dyk: Bass
    Larry Rose: Drums
    Ron Bones Brettell: Keyboards

  • PJ Powers & hotline

    25:06

    1.Jabulani-from the album Jabulani
    2.Jive Pantsula-from the album Current
    3.Home To Africa-from the album Jabulani
    4.Current-from the album Current
    5.Give It To The Children-from the album Jabulani
    6.Dance Mama-from the album Music For Africa
    7.Wozani-from the album Wozani
    8.Feel So Strong with Steve Kekana-from the album Help
    9.You're So Good To Me-from the albums Burnout and Help
    10.There Is An Answer-from the album There Is An Answer

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  • Youre My Friend

    3:34

    Provided to YouTube by AFRICORI

    You're My Friend · Steve Kekana · Steve Kekana · P.J. Powers · P.J. Powers

    The English Album

    ℗ 2013 Gallo Record Company

    Released on: 2000-10-13

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  • Take Your Love

    5:08

    Provided to YouTube by AFRICORI

    Take Your Love · Steve Kekana · Steve Kekana · Lloyd Lelosa / Steve Kekana / Dave Segal · Lloyd Lelosa / Steve Kekana / Dave Segal

    The English Album

    ℗ 2013 Gallo Record Company

    Released on: 2000-10-13

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • P.J. Powers - Feel So Strong

    6:00

  • Hotline - Home to Africa

    5:44

    Tanz Cafe - 23rd August 2012

  • All i need is here in africa-steve kekana

    4:37

    Oldies 80s

  • Rock Me Baby

    3:56

    Provided to YouTube by AFRICORI

    Rock Me Baby · Steve Kekana · Steve Kekana · J Nash · J Nash

    Love Triangle

    ℗ 2013 Gallo Record Company

    Released on: 2005-07-29

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • PJ POWERS

    4:11

    A nostalgic trip down memory lane - the highlights of the career of PJ Powers

  • Jabulani

    4:01

    Provided to YouTube by Africori Limited

    Jabulani · Hotline

    Sound Offerings from South Africa, Vol. 2

    ℗ Gallo Record Company

    Released on: 1999-08-27

    Artist: Hotline

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Emmanuel

    3:49

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Emmanuel · Steve Kekana

    Ha Kele Je

    ℗ 1988 The CCP Record Company (Pty) Ltd

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Composer: Steve Kekana
    Composer: T. Vuma

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Hotline - Feel so strong

    7:08

    South African band formed in Johannesburg in 1980, featuring PJ Powers on lead vocals.

    PJ Powers is a South African artist, born Penelope Jane Dunlop in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal on 16 July 1960. Her first musical group was an all-girl band called Pantha, but a year later she joined Jimslip, which in time became the very well-known South African group, Hotline. “She was the lead singer of the band until they disbanded in 1987, after which she pursued a solo career. In 1995 her recording of the Rugby World Cup official song, World in Union, (featuring Ladysmith Black Mambazo) reached #47 on the UK Singles Chart. She also performed the song live at the opening of the 1995 Rugby World Cup in Cape Town for a worldwide television audience.

    She had a number of South African Top 20 hits:
    • You're So Good to Me – with Hotline – reached #8 and charted for 12 weeks in 1982
    • “Feel So Strong” (which she wrote herself) – PJ Powers & Steve Kekana with Hotline – reached #6 and charted for 15 weeks in 1985
    • “Jabulani” - with Hotline – reached #9 and charted for 16 weeks in 1985

    Some of her other well-known songs include Home to Africa (1985) and There is an Answer (1986). In the '90s her music took on a more Afro-pop focus, finding a receptive audience in the black market, who gave her the nickname Thandeka - the loved one.

    This is the so-called Rap version of the song, released on the B-side of the 12” version in 1983. It was written by PJ Powers.

  • Shine On

    3:35

    Provided to YouTube by AFRICORI

    Shine On (Brightly) · Steve Kekana · Steve Kekana · Watson / Vuma · Watson / Vuma

    The English Album

    ℗ 2013 Gallo Record Company

    Released on: 2000-10-13

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Qinisela

    4:04

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    Qinisela · Steve Kekana · Steve Kekana · Kekana S / Rakgwale C / Eddie Mathiba · Kekana S / Rakgwale C / Eddie Mathiba

    Zulu Offerings from South Africa

    ℗ 2013 Gallo Record Company

    Released on: 2002-08-08

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  • Hotline - Home to Africa

    4:18

    I do not own the rights to this song. Please view for entertainment purposes only.Let's go!!

  • Jabulani-PJ Powers

    4:05

    South African Song
    Jabulani By PJ Powers
    I don't know what it means..
    but i love it
    twitter.com/this_is_chronic

  • Hotline - Soweto.flv

    4:34

    just some some from africa :).. enjoy

  • Steve Kekana - Raising My Family

    4:32

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    Steve Kekana (born August 4, 1958 in Zebediela, Transvaal) is a South African singer songwriter. Kekana lost his sight at age five, and attended a school for the blind in Pietersburg. During the school years, he nurtured his love for singing, and became a member of amateur groups during the teenage years.
    In 1979 and 1980, Kekana won what was then known as the SABC Black Music Award for best male vocalist. Kekana's Raising My Family was a big hit in Europe in 1980. In total, Kekana has recorded more than forty albums. His songs The Bushman and Feel So Strong (featuring Hotline) were hits on the Springbok Radio Chart (the semi-official South African chart of the time) reaching number 13 and number 6 in 1982 and 1983 respectively

    Concert held at Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg on the 12th January 1985 in aid of Operation Hunger.

  • All i need - Steve Kekana

    4:38

  • P.J. Powers - Wozani

    3:02

  • Hotline - Give It To The Children

    4:01

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  • Steve Kekana - All I need

    4:30

    I do not own the rights to this song. Please view for entertainment purposes only.Steve Kekana's song should inspire all Africans irrespective of our colour, race or religion to be proud of our African heritage and profess our undying love for our great Continent-whether we are poor, corrupt or whatever other stereotypes Africa is known to embody!!!!!! Take a look at the Ghanaians in Berlin-Germany celebrating 50 years of Independence. Viva Africa!!!!

  • Young Boys-P.J. Powers

    3:54

    Young Boys

  • South african music at it Best track-I love you africa

    4:37

  • The Bushman

    4:52

    Provided to YouTube by AFRICORI

    The Bushman · Steve Kekana · Steve Kekana · R. Kramer · R. Kramer

    The English Album

    ℗ 2001 Gallo Record Company

    Released on: 2000-10-13

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Steve Kekana - Colour Me Black

    3:25

  • Steve Kekana: Take Your Love

    5:08

    Steve's original 1986 classic. Enjoy!

  • Feel So Strong - Eddy Queens

    4:21

    Eddy Queens is an amazing and inspirational artist and wrote this song about struggles of life from homelessness and addiction, coming through them the other side and to being a better and stronger person. We are very privilged at Tranz Sista Media to have this as our first official music video for another artist.

  • Hotline - Jabulani

    4:06

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  • Jabulani

    3:58

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Jabulani · PJ Powers · Hotline

    South Africa We Are Growing (a Rainbow of South African Songs)

    ℗ 2008 Silversongs

    Released on: 2008-01-01

    Music Publisher: Fuller Music (Pty) Ltd

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • P.J. Powers & Hotline - Wozani

    3:02

    Afro Rock singer PJ Powers enjoyed a highly successful musical career in South Africa spanning more than 15 years. She was banned for a year (in 1988) from radio and TV by the apartheid government - for performing at a charity concert in Zimbabwe with Miriam Makeba and Harry Belafonte. She was encouraged to continue her singing by Nelson Mandela, who sent her an encouraging letter from prison.




  • Just Feel So Strong

    3:42

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Just Feel So Strong · Spleen Poetry

    What If... ?

    ℗ 2008 Andre Carvalho & Daniel Ramos

    Released on: 2008-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Hotline - Young Boys

    4:05

    I do not own the rights to this song. Please view for entertainment purposes only.I really love this song

  • Dance mama.

    3:33

    South african music

  • Pj Powers & Hotline - HELP

    4:11

    Cover of The Beatles track HELP.. sung beautifully by PJ POWERS .. Not to good at making a video for the song sorry..

  • Its an African Dance - PJ Powers/Hotline

    3:56

    80s south African tracks

  • Sanbonani

    3:33

  • P.J. Powers - Dance Mama

    2:52

  • Hotline - Soweto

    4:34

    I do not own the rights to this song. Please view for entertainment purposes only.Enjoy

  • PJ Powers Jabulani

    30

    excerpt of PJ Powers aka Thandeka performing her hit Jabulani at a show in Mumbai, India

  • Steve Kekana-Never Never

    5:24

  • Hotline - Help - 2 - Feel So Strong

    4:06

  • PJ Powers - Feel so strong

    25

    PJ Powers live in Plettenberg Bay Jazz on the rocks concert

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