Shekhinah was my favourite contestant in eighth season of Idols SA, the first season to air on Mzansi Magic. She was the youngest contestant in her year poised with one of the most distinctive voices, in my opinion, to have … Continue reading Shekhinah Donnell: The Contemporary Chanteuse
Our year-end ranking and review music that came out in 2021. Part 2 covers song by artists like Mas Musiq, Lordkez, Maglera Doe Boy, Tyler ICU & DJ Maphorisa and more Continue reading Next Gen Greats’ Songs of 2021 – Part 2
Our year-end ranking and review music that came out in 2021. Part 1 covers song by artists like Young Stunna, Shekhinah, A-Reece. Musa Keys and more Continue reading Next Gen Greats’ Songs of 2021 – Part 1
Vibes, Love and Entanglements consists of 29 tracks released roughly within the last year by artists born or based within Southern Africa. Vibes sonically explores the R&B family through its differing sub-genres and moods from contemporary R&B, acoustic soul and trap-soul to quiet storm and vintage R&B and more experimental spaces. Continue reading Next Gen Playlists: Vibes, Love and Entanglements – 29 Songs Exploring Contemporary R&B and Soul in Southern Africa
Una Rams hosted a listening sessions for his upcoming EP, Crush. These are some of the things he revealed about his new project. Continue reading Una Rams Set to Crush New Era and Isn’t Shy About It
The South African music video as a platform is currently within a golden age of churning great visual spectacles. In the last year alone, we’ve been subjected to an incredible amount of carefully crafted videos of cinematic quality and scope. … Continue reading Are South Africa’s future giants of cinema working the music video circuit: The Golden Age of the South African Music Video.
In honour of Youth Day, we’ve decided to post a feature every day this week to showcase some trailblazing things South Africa’s brightest young creatives have to offer. First up, hailing from Port Elizabeth, we find Dibi. Gcinuhlanga Dibi, mononymously … Continue reading Dibi – Port Elizabeth’s Jack of All Trades