Ann Jangle releases doccie after cycling trip from SA to Kenya alone

Ann Jangle releases doccie after cycling trip from SA to Kenya alone

- Dark folk singer Ann Jangle recently completed a cycling trip from Mzansi to Kenya by herself

- Ann has dropped a new documentary which captures the seven months journey perfectly

- Ann said the documentary aims to give hope that anything is possible

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South African dark folk singer Ann Jangle recently completed a cycling trip from Mzansi to Kenya by herself. The Rebel hitmaker completed her African Dream Parade tour, so-called after her latest solo studio album.

The journey saw the musician cycling alone for seven months through the African wilderness and covered over 5000kms through Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, and Kenya. Ann and her team have released a documentary about the whole trip.

This documentary, directed and edited by award-winning documentary films maker Marius van Graan captures the trip perfectly, the breathe taking scenery of Africa, her daily struggles and the beautiful people of the continent.

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"I knew I had to be a little extreme to show the world what I am really passionate about. Animals and uplifting communities through music. I am proud of this documentary; the way Marius captured the honesty and raw emotions. It really lets whoever is watching it, fill up with all kinds of emotions, like they are right there with me.
"Above all, it gives you a sense of excitement, adventure lust and hope, hope that anything is possible. That is the most important emotion to be left with after watching this. Hope. Without that we have nothing."

Ann's fans have reacted to the "awesome" documentary. Check out some of their comments below:

Duane Botha commented:

"The trip looks amazing Ann, you must have felt a great sense of freedom on your journey."

JennieLee Blaber wrote:

"Worth a listen. This woman is IT. Check out her trip through Africa on a bicycle. A voice of an Angle."
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Charlene Terblanche said:

"Awesome."

Ryan Zimdollar Moss said:

"Whaaaaat. This is epic."

Erica Albertse added:

"Love it!!!!!!!!!!"
Ann Jangle releases doccie after cycling trip from SA to Kenya alone

Ann Jangle has released a doccie after her cycling trip from SA to Kenya alone. Image: Ann Jangle/Facebook
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In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Chris Brown has hinted that he is working on a collaboration album with Drake. The singer revealed this during an interview on The Fat Joe Show on Instagram Live.

The Deuces hitmaker shared that they've already done a few songs together with the Toosie Slide hitmaker. "We got some songs. We definitely got some songs. We got some heat," Chris told Fat Joe. Chris and Drake have worked together on a song before. They dropped their hit song titled No Guidance in 2019.

"I’m so happy for the fans, that the fans are able to see Drake and Chris Brown put together a whole album, body of work," said Fat Joe.
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Chris' fans who watched the interview took to Fat Joe's comment section to react to his revelation. Most of them shared that they can't wait for the joint album. one fan t_flavian said:

"Chris Brown's album with Drake. Biggest album ever."

In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that a few months ago Drake and DJ Khaled linked up to drop two songs, Popstar and Greece. To celebrate the success of the two singles, Drake bought a diamond owl and key pendant chain for Khaled. The DJ took to social media to flaunt the beautiful gift that his friend got for him.

Khaled explained that the iced-out chain looks exactly like the chain that Drake is wearing in the music video of Popstar. He shared a short clip on Instagram where he shows off the custom-made vanity item.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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