Red Rull’s #MadeIn72Hours EP To Be Released This Friday

Red Bull Made In 72 Hours has seen artists from around South Africa collaborate virtually to create and produce new music over the last month. These collaborations were recorded at the various artists’ home studios and has culminated in the Red Bull Made In 72 Hours EP set for release on Friday 5 June 2020 on all streaming platforms.

The four-track EP features two of South Africa’s leading musicians; Gina Jeanz and Moonchild Sanelly, who formed an integral part of making this virtual collaboration a reality for music fans to enjoy. Featured artists include Aymos Shili, Theology HD, Mark Akol, Not Benjamin, Nalu, Hersh Snyders, Juzzy, Pierre Johnson, Avi Subban and The Lazarusman.

The Red Bull Made In 72 Hours EP features the following tracks that will be made available from Friday 5 June 2020 on all leading streaming platforms.

  1. Mark Akol, Not Benjamin, Nalu – ‘Mind Games’

  2. Gina Jeanz, Hersh Synders, Juzzy – ‘Tonight’

  3. Pierre Johnson, Avi Subban, The Lazarusman – ‘Eat, Pray, Love’

  4. Theology HD, Aymos Shili, Moonchild Sanelly – ‘Isegazini’


Gina Jeanz has been making waves in the music industry and believes collaboration between artists is more important now than ever before. “The experience really highlighted why collaboration is so important and why we should continue to do so within the industry” says Gina.

The EP epitomises a creative concept of collaboration; a view that lets artists create a completely new song in 72 Hours without being in the studio together.

DJ and producer, Pierre Johnson, made a solid contribution to the project from his home studio in Cape Town. “It was really exciting and fun being part of Red Bull Made In 72 Hours. Teaming up with The Lazaruman & Avi Subban was the perfect match and we managed to create something beautiful with Red Bull.” says Pierre.

For more information on Red Bull Made In 72 Hours and the soon to be released EP, visit

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