Singstar Afrikaans Treffers full track list revealed!

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It wasn’t too long ago that we told about Sony’s South-Africa specific Afrikaans version of Singstar; one that’ll include all your favourite sokkie and langarm treffers. It’s a post that seemed, at first, to be strangely popular,  until you realise just what a force – commercially and socially – the Afrikaans music industry is.

Well, we’re now delighted to share the game’s entire 30 song track list with you, so you know which hits you’ll be drunkenly belting out at the end of this month. Braais will never be the same. We’ve been promised a copy for review too – so look out for that.

Blackie Swart – Liewe Lulu
Bobby van Jaarsveld – Spieeltjie
Bok van Blerk & Robbie Wessels – Ons Vir Jou Suid Afrika
David Fourie – Jy Soen Soos ‘n Engel
Die Campbells – Rooi Rok Bokkie
Die Campbells – Bietjie Bietjie Lam (My Knieë Raak Lam)
Dozi – Jan Asseblief Tog Squeeze My
Eden – Kniee Lam
Gerhard Steyn – Baby Tjoklits
Gerhard Steyn – Diamante Vir Jou
G̩ Korsten РLiefling
Heinz Winckler – Ek Kan Weer In Liefde Glo
Jack Parow – Cooler As Ekke
Jak de Priester – Sally Williams Nougat
Jakkie Louw – Drie Pikkewyne
Juanita du Plessis – Skarumba
Juanita du Plessis – Tussen Woorde
Juanita du Plessis РLepell̻
Karen Zoid – Afrikaaners Is Plesierig
Kurt Darren – Meisie Meisie
Kurt Darren – Loslappie
Liani May – Jy Soen My Nie Meer Nie
Nádine – Kaapse Draai
Pieter Koen – 3 Susters Van Drie Susters
Ray Dylan – Jessica
Robbie Wessels – Leeuloop
Romanz – My Hele Hart
Snotkop – Parapapa
Steve Hofmeyr – Pampoen
Theuns Jordaan – Soos Bloed

Singstar Afrikaans Treffers will be available on 30 March for PS3 as a standalone product for R339, or with bundled microphones for R615. For those of you still rocking Playstation 2 – and there are many of you – there’s no need to feel left out. It’ll be available for your console for a measly R259.

Last Updated: March 18, 2011

Geoffrey Tim

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