South African Artists You Shouldn’t Sleep On, Third Edition

This is an article series where I cover independent songs and artists who I believe are releasing great stuff and have amazing potential. At the end of each of these articles there’ll be curated playlists with the featured artists’ music … Continue reading South African Artists You Shouldn’t Sleep On, Third Edition

South African Artists You Shouldn’t Be Sleeping On, Second Edition.

This is an article series where I cover independent songs and artists who I believe are releasing great stuff and have amazing potential. At the end of each of these articles there’ll be curated playlists with the featured artists music … Continue reading South African Artists You Shouldn’t Be Sleeping On, Second Edition.

South African Artists You Shouldn’t Be Sleeping On, First Edition.

We’re closing in on six months since this blog started! On this journey, I’ve been exposed to an incredible amount of young artists on the come-up creating good music and there are too many to individually cover at this point. … Continue reading South African Artists You Shouldn’t Be Sleeping On, First Edition.

The Wrecking Crew’s A-Reece, Ecco and Wordz claim their greatness with Long Lost Letters.

Youth Day Weekend has been one of the most action-packed weekends of the year for hip-hop consumers, both internationally and locally. South African mainstays AKA and Stogie T released Touch My Blood and God’s Eye on the same day that Nas … Continue reading The Wrecking Crew’s A-Reece, Ecco and Wordz claim their greatness with Long Lost Letters.

Are South Africa’s future giants of cinema working the music video circuit: The Golden Age of the South African Music Video.

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.