Infinite Boys


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Out of the eastern side of Johannesburg in Daveyton came two musical geniuses who dared to pursue their limitless love and passion for music, and by going for what they knew they were destined to do, they breathed freshness and newness into the South African house music industry. Realizing that their musical creativity has no end, Raphael and Antony Mabaso coined the name Infinite Boys; a name that is not only a known house music brand but also a name that has grabbed the hearts and rhythms of house music lovers locally and internationally.

Brothers Raphael and Antony always had a passion for music, which led them to pursue dj’ing. Having a hunger for more growth in music, the duo started writing and composing songs after completing their studies in music production. They drew inspiration for production from life around them; from everyday sounds, music that was played at pubs and local hang out spots and music that was generally available. The different sounds that they picked up and the different genres of music that they learned, as well as drawing inspiration from dub, lounge and African elements, have influenced their versatile composition. Looking up to dj’s and producers such as Louie Vega, Ralf Gum, Franck Roger, Quentin Harris, Bruce and Revolution put the musical cherry on top of their already vast knowledge and musical versatility.

In 2009, Infinite Boys were signed to Kalawa Jazmee Records, where they released their first studio album in 2010 titled ‘The Beginning’. The duo worked with heavyweights such as Oskido, Bucie, Zonke, Malehloka and the late Busi Mhlongo on the album, and the hit track ‘Zulu Tribe/Hi Nyikeni’ sent the masses on a rhythmic frenzy on all dance floors and was the album’s signature track.

In 2011, the duo blazed the house music scene again with their remix of Nastee Nev’s ‘I’m So Hung Up On You’, which was nominated as the best remix of the year on DJ Mag Top 100 and was included on the ‘Yfm-Hot 9 9’ compilation album mixed by Just Mo.
Late in 2012 the boys produced Pride featuring Monique Bingham, the track later was on DJ Pepsi’s Album, they also delivered amafinger prints by Proffessor Feat Oskido & Character and they have worked with Dr Malinga on the track “Ilobolo”. The Duo just blazed us with their super album ‘The Journey’ with the collaboration from heavy weights such as DJ Tira, Mampintsha, Shota & Mina Nawe, the album came out 2nd week of October 2013 and its currently doing well.

The duo’s already acquired success is only a drop in the ocean as they have a creative, passion-filled and rhythmically-filled journey ahead of them which will not only build them into an influential house music power house, but will also bless the masses with music of the highest and most unique quality and show that talent coupled with hard work will always result not only in success, but in dreams and possibilities that are infinite

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