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Professor Rhythm productions mirror the evolution of dance music in South Africa. They grew out of the bubblegum mold - which itself stems from band's channeling influences like Kool & the Gang and the Commodores - into something based on music for the club.
His early instrumental recordings First Time Around and Professor 3 mostly distilled R&B, mbaqanga and bubblegum grooves into vocal-less pieces for the dance floor.
Musically, these were a success and commercially the albums all went gold. There were countless bubblegum albums flooding the marketplace, with nearly disposable vocalists backed by mostly similar-sounding rhythm tracks.
Most of the lyrical content was light and apolitical. But the keyboards used formed the musical basis for what would come next.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Label||Awesome Tapes From Africa|
|Music Genre||World Music|
|Music Genre Primary||World|
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