Mobi Dixon fancy his chances of grabbing SAMA award

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The East London born musician recently scopped Metro award for the best dance album and as if that is not enough, now nominated for the Best Dance Album in the SAMA23. ‘’Winning the SAMA23 will show consistency’’ said Mobi Dixon. He was nominated amongst the giants in the music industry as he will be competing with artists like Black Motion, Durban Finest Dj Clock just to mention a few. Speaking to Stokvel Talk he credits much of his success to Oskido as he played a huge role in his development as a music star. Hailing from East London, South Africa. Mobi Dixon has been producing music for 13 years. He released his 1st EP “Dance is Kulcha” on vinyl and digital in 2007. After winning the DJU/AXE remix competition in 2008 he took his craft to the next level and worked with labels like House Africa, Sheer House and Kalawa Jazmee and did local and international remixes for artists like Micasa, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Zim Ngqawana, Rowick Deep, Fistaz Mixwell, Giggs Superstar and Marissa Guzman.
In 2013 he released his debut EP under Soul Candi Records. “Tribal Soul EP” headlined by the single “Love Colour Spin” featuring the talented Msaki on vocals.
2014 sees the release of his new single City Rains featuring talented soft rock artist M.que. This fusion of jazz, soft rock and African rhythm best represents Mobi’s unique sound he calls tribal soul. The single created a huge demand for an album and Mobi Dixon released the Tribal Soul album in October 2014. The album went on to be Number 1 on iTunes and was in the top 10 most selling local albums at Musica in the 1st quarter of 2015.
In 2015 he release the repackaged album Tribal Soul Special Edition which features exclusive remixes and bonus tracks. He also re introduced “Love Colour Spin” to the mainstream which became an instant hit. The much anticipated single went straight into high rotation on all major radio stations and peaked at number 3 on the EMA top 100 RAMS chart.

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