Our consolidate year-end list and review music that came out in 2020. All 51 songs and a playlist. Continue reading Next Gen Greats’ Songs of 2020: Full List
Our year-end ranking and review music that came out in 2020. Part covers song ranked No. 51 – 30 with artists like Busiswa, DoouShii, Manu Worldstar and burningforestboy Continue reading Next Gen Greats’ Songs of 2020 – Part 1
That Fire Release is a round-up of my thoughts on recently released singles that I mess with. This pieces covers work from Muneyi, Titose, Dibi, Kayla and Tyson S.T Continue reading That Fire Release – 26th July 2020 featuring Muneyi, Titose, Dibi, Kayla and Tyson S.T
The power of social media platforms have given rise to some of our biggest trailblazers in many facets of the entertainment industry. There’s a growing number of influential creatives in the film/television space who got their rise through their popularity … Continue reading Web-Series Watch 2: Exploring the Potential in Digital Content.
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 – Fifth Edition
More often than not producers are the architects behind great music. They create and mould the atmosphere for the world our ears inhabit. It’s a great balancing act one has to do when it comes to producing music with vocals … Continue reading Producers on the Rise: Volume 1
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.
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