Brendan Peyper dances to this Top-20


Brendan Peyper once again makes his entry into RNews’s weekly Afrikaans Top-20 with his latest release, “Moegdans”.

Unfortunately, Robbie Wessels, Anlia Starr, Ruhan du Toit and Karlien van Jaarsveld’s song, “Saam Suid Afrika” falls to number eighteen this week. It falls eight places.

Die Piesangskille’s “Inge 2” is still firmly in the number one position.

In this week’s Top-20 there are five songs that climb, nine that lose their places, one song that enters the Top-20 and five songs that remain unchanged.

1. The Banana Peels – “Inge 2”
2. Brendan Peyper – “Tired Dance”
3. The Banana Peels – “Lyntjie”
4. Juanita du Plessis – “Dear jinn!”
5. Apple – “Mistakes”
6. Barto – “H2Eyes”
7. Eloff – “Cold coals”
8. Leon Schuster – “The Goat Machine”
9. Barto – “Impulsive”
10. Brendan Peyper – “Tour around the floor”
11. Die Heuwels Fantastic with Appel – “Nora Vlok”
12. Jay – “Naughty Ass”
13. Bobby van Jaarsveld – “Then, now and always”
14. Apple – “Diana”
15. Bernice West – “If He Comes Again”
16. Apple – “Sugarbush”
17. Juan Boucher with Tasché – “South”
18. Robbie Wessels with Anlia Starr, Ruhan du Toit and Karlien van Jaarsveld – “Together South Africa”
19. Smoke Signal – “Hey you”
20. Spitting Wolf – “Cloetesville”

New releases:


Surrendering someone to death is heartbreaking. Giselle’s new song, “The last time”, is precisely about the wish to hold and appreciate that person just one more time. Hugo Ludik and Emil Paul worked with Giselle on the song.

Logan Pietersen’s latest song, “Bring my back (H2-A)”, pays tribute to the many South Africans who work on farms in America. Many of the farmers are away from their families for 9 to 12 months.

Other songs released are Leon Ferreira with Steve Hofmeyr’s “Kantel”, John Rock Prophet’s “Koue vuur”, Deon Groot’s “Laat die vure brand”, Brendan Peyper’s “Moegdans”, MyMyMy’s “Treffers vir tannies ” and Leon-Ben Lamprecht’s “Vakansieliefde (Hartenbos)”.

* The RNews Afrikaans Top-20 is compiled by single releases and various data factors are taken into account: Apple Music and Spotify streams, YouTube views (specifically week-to-week data) as well as radio playtime. Physical album sales have no influence on this hit parade.