It’s been over 9 months since I started this blog and what a journey it has been. The Next Generation of Greats was a personal passion project I started to really push myself in finding and putting a spotlight on … Continue reading The Broke Ass Showcase Launch: A Celebration of Youth Creativity.
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
2018 has found me making a concerted effort to become more versed in the burgeoning independent scene of South Africa’s creative industry. One of the most promising voices I’ve discovered is the focus of this article, That Ego. Ego is … Continue reading That Fire Tape: That Ego’s Regrets
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.
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.
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.
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. Today we revisit one of our previous features with Benny Afroe. Afroe … Continue reading Benny Afroe’s momentum increases with the release of 25 and So Gone
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
This week finds us diving back into the world of independent South African music where we find a 21-year-old with one of the more singular voices I’ve heard in this generation, Sam Fisher. Fisher is a full-time self-proclaimed rap-sanger most … Continue reading Sam Fisher – West Rand’s Innovative Hip-Hop Vocalist
Cassper Nyovest is continually cementing his case as to why he’s not only one of the most important musicians of this era but also one of the savviest public figures in South Africa. The ground-breaking artist is continually underestimated despite … Continue reading Cassper Nyovest’s Ksazobalit is a vision of agricultural black excellence