NEWS: Bokani Dyer shares new single 'Move On' ahead of album and US tour

NEWS: Bokani Dyer shares new single ‘Move On’ ahead of album and US tour

Multi award-winning South African pianist, singer and composer Bokani Dyer shares ‘Move On,‘ the third single taken for his forthcoming album Radio Sechaba out on 12th May via  Brownswood Recordings. Dyer is renowned for blending jazz with elements of electronic, R&B, salsa and classical music. His latest track delivers an ode to serenity in the face of life’s difficulties. Over soulful grooves, Afrobeat percussion and punchy horns he sings, “Please, grant me wisdom to accept  / The things I cannot change, and just move on”.

Bokani said‘ Move On;  is: “a song about keeping it moving and letting go. Life has twists and turns but best to keep moving forward and not get stuck and fixed on the issues we face.” Listen here:

Upcoming album, Radio Sechaba addresses themes of nation building and unity, giving an intimate view into South Africa’s multifaceted people and an opportunity for global connection through music. The album continues Dyer’s creative journey of making rich and immersive music, placing him amongst the new wave of South African jazz artists, including the likes of Siya Makuzeni and Nduduzo Makhathini. Known to many for his standout contribution to Brownswood’s Indaba Is compilation, Dyer’s multi-faceted influences permeate the set of 15 original songs on Radio Sechaba. Pre order here: Radio Sechaba (

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Bokani Dyer US tour dates:

April 2023
17th – The World Stage, Los Angeles, CA
19th – Listening Party @ Oakland Public Conservatory, Oakland, CA
20th – The Jack London Revue, Portland, OR
23rd – First Free Methodist, Seattle, WA
28th – Dizzy’s (Jazz at Lincoln Center), New York, NY
29th – Dizzy’s (Jazz at Lincoln Center), New York, NY
30th – Dizzy’s (Jazz at Lincoln Center), New York, NY

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