Friends of the Free Health Club

The theme songs of the club

I ONLY wrote the lyrics and did the vocals so if it were not for these people, Asihambe would have remained one of the songs I sing in the shower if it were not for...

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The vocals were recorded under the guidance of Freerk van Oudheusden, a super competent audio engineer - Freerk Studio in Voorhout in The Netherlands. He is not only good at his craft but is also a very nice person and a pleasure to work with. For a professional studio service at reasonable rates, you can’t go wrong with Freerk.

Thank you, Freerk.

studiofreerk.nl

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The beat is the brainchild Jesse Daniel Box, the young super talented beatmaker of Jesse Danie Beats in Cape Town. He’s also a nice person to work with and his rates are reasonable.

Thank you, Jesse.

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/jdb-music

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jessedaniel.beats/

Email: jessedaniel.beats@gmail.com 

The animations on the videos were done by Shannon van Schalkwyk, a concept artist from Cape Town. As with Freek and Jesse, it was a pleasure doing business with this young lady who charges reasonable rates. Thank you, Schalky.

https://www.artstation.com/vanschalky

https://www.instagram.com/vanschalky/

The cinematography was done by Koen Zonneveld and the videos were produced by Koen and Makheni Zonneveld. 

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The people mentioned above contributed to the product, but you would not have heard the songs if it were not for the hard work of the people at Tickybox Media, a music marketing and promotion company in Johannesburg. Do you want your music to be heard? Do yourself a favour, contact Tickybox Media and be amazed by their professional service and their competitive rates.

Thank you, guys.

https://www.tickyboxmedia.co.za

https://www.facebook.com/tickyboxmedia/

A special young lady deserves a mention here. The whole idea of the club was triggered by a telephone call to a friend in Johannesburg. The same applies to Asihambe (Mogwanto). A few months ago I was on a call to Thabiso Sikwane, a media personality and children's book author. I told her about the club and mentioned Asihambe (Let’s walk). I don’t remember exactly how the conversation went but at the end of that call I was inspired to pen a second version of the song and the rest as they say is history.

Thank you, Thabiso. Keep being the salt of the earth.

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