US-born Harrison Crump gets Mzansi jiving to his unique sounds

US-born Harrison Crump gets Mzansi jiving to his unique sounds

Harrison Crump, the American-born musician, hopes to get the people of SA dancing with his new music. He's worked with Mzansi musicians before and loves the atmosphere in South Africa.

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Harrison Crump is in Mzansi to promote his latest music and wants it to have people on the dance floor as they enjoy his sounds.

The Chicago-born musician is known for releasing fresh music and is very popular among South Africans.

Crump often manages to have Mzansi jamming on the dance floor with his music, as reported on by eNCA.

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Crump says he's here to have South Africans dancing to his music.

Just here in South Africa releasing some new singles, "Me Me", and hoping to get some people back on the dance floor again.

Briefly.co.za gathered that Crump worked with local artists like HHP, DJ Fresh and Thebe in the past.

He says he loves the vibe in South Africa.

The drawcard could've been the chakalaka or the pap and stuff, the food, the people, you know the atmosphere, the music kind of got me involved. It's very different from Chicago but it had it's own vibe so I am enjoying it.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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