THEY all come from a suburb that in many ways has defined the new South Africa, from politics, arts and culture to a symbol of a transforming society. That is Yeoville, a place with an energy of its own.
Now Spy Two AllStars, which comprises Zakhele aka Mzekenezakhe, Vusi, Chiliza as producer, Lehlohonolo Mfangwe, Sifiso Mtshengu, Zweh Gubela, Mhlonishwa Mhlongo and Peter Ramushu, have come up with a song for Bafana Bafana during the Soccer World Cup.
Titled Vutela the song has been released independently and the producers are at present consulting the soccer authorities to see if it can be used as an official song for Bafana Bafana.
"We are cheering Bafana Bafana as they face the best of the world. This is our team and we have to support them though we are the underdogs in terms of rankings," Zakhele said.
We could actually win this World Cup. We have to be confident," Zakhele said.
Peter said they aimed to bring swagger to soccer through music.
"We are the Bafana Bafana of the music industry," he said.
"We do not categorise our music because we regard it as world music since you will find kwaito, hip-hop and house music in our sound."
Zweh said: "The good thing about us is that we are a mix of various backgrounds and cultures, having met in Yeoville from our different provinces, stretching from Limpopo, KwaZulu-Natal to North West."
The Vutela song is available through downloads and is part of an album that will be released during the Soccer World Cup.
"The thing is, if you look around you, music lovers can now buy music through different ways, unlike in the past when they had to buy the whole album to get the one song they wanted.
Because of digital technology one can now buy songs they prefer by simply downloading that particular song digitally," said Speech, the brains behind the Spy Two All Stars group.