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Premiere: Umlazi born artist, Umaah, releases the Sheila EP, an exploration of modern African womxnhood

Premiere: Umlazi born artist, Umaah, releases the Sheila EP, an exploration of modern African womxnhood

Umlazi born singer-songwriter, Umaah, is one of the freshest, breathtakingly talented up and coming artists to come out of South Africa this year. She’s an artist that does not fit into any conventional music industry category, in fact in her artistic presentation she defies all commonplace industry norms by being authentic in how expresses herself….

Electronic-techno sounds from Dubane: Kususa is behind Mzansi’s Afro-House resurgence

Electronic-techno sounds from Dubane: Kususa is behind Mzansi’s Afro-House resurgence

Kunzima (real name Joshua Sokweba) and Samurai Yasusa (real name Mncedi Tshicila) are Kususa – an innovative electronic music duo from Durban. Mavens of the new era of Afro-House scene in Mzansi, they craft sounds that prioritize indigenous sounds and the African identity. Drum patterns and authentically African percussions can be heard in their ground-breaking…

Mzansi coastal vibes: Durban based singer-songwriter, Red Robyn, has experimentation and fearlessness embedded in her artistry

Mzansi coastal vibes: Durban based singer-songwriter, Red Robyn, has experimentation and fearlessness embedded in her artistry

Red Robyn, is a Durban-based singer-songwriter that needs no introduction. She fearlessly navigates the alternative music scene in South Africa, gaining fans as she tests herself and her artistry by allowing herself to experiment with different sounds. Having positioned herself as an artist that has artistic range, she has earned herself respect and acclaim in…

A protest of love & representation: Gyre’s Quarantine music video is a celebration of Queer love & its many shades

A protest of love & representation: Gyre’s Quarantine music video is a celebration of Queer love & its many shades

South African multi-talented and queer entertainer, Gyre, is a force to be reckoned with. From our knowledge, he’s South Africa’s first openly queer rapper who is working tirelessly to change perspectives in the South African entertainment industry. Being a rapper means that he has to play in a culture that is often blatantly homophobic, but…

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