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  • Jxseph Philemxn drops new EP

    Versatile recording artist, Joseph Philemon has just released a 3 track EP titled “not for everybody” which include records such as SSG/super sayian god (where he speaks about his confidence in himself and his music), Crushed Pills (a record about an experience he had in the nightlife of Johannesburg) and John Lennon featuring Priddy Ugy & Ginger Trill.
    The track titled John Lennon (produced by Psyko Beats) has a music video released that is currently on Trace TV, as well as the “freshmen” category on MTV-Base
    Get “NOT FOR EVERYBODY” on these platforms.
  • Richi Rich drops Msomi Gang Music Video

    A day in the lives of the neighborhood Robin Hood, Msomi Gang video is a visual composition that embodies the lifestyle lived and celebrated by Richi Rich and the North Gomora affiliates filmed at Stoep 15 and the original headquarters of the original gang this video aims to not just entertain but strive to teach the residents of Alex and the world at large about the rich history that Alexandra bears. The Msomi’s were the one of the gangs that ruled the townships (Alexandra) of Johannesburg in the 1950’s. Shot and directed by OUTR’E in association with BlackNation Video Network. Track Links: https://play.google.com/store/music/album?id=Bzbvbimfmi5ddseomv2hnxqxgjm https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/msomi-gang/id1251906221?i=1251906226 https://soundcloud.com/user-512327706/msomi-gangfeatsuup-zulu Facebook: @richirichworld1 Twitter: @richirhcworld1 Instagram: @richirichworld1
  • Who is DANNY BAZUKA ?

    Daniel Mafaesa well known as Danny Bazuka is a musician, editor, Art Director & producer. Danny was born in 1995 on 27 February in the historical Sharpeville township. He’s always been an artist regarding his High School achievements in the Visual Arts subject. he then decided to take on music by the age of 17. In the year 2015, Danny released his first mixtape titled ‘Born Free Mentality’ which was a game changer in the Vaal Hip hop scene, he inspired a whole generation of young up and coming artists. Exactly two years later, he released a his second mixtape titled ‘Days B4 Y.A.N.A’; which was a throw away project and only had five songs. Follow Danny Bazuka Instagram – @dannybazuka twitter – @dannybazuka Facebook – @dannybazuka Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/danny-bazuka

    Johannesbrug, 12 March 2018: One Source Live is calling all craft makersdesigners and traders to apply to be part of this exclusive event’s Market of Art.

    The festival which takes place on Saturday, 24 March, 2018 in Joburg will see leading musicians, artists, photographers and fashion designers converging on the city to celebrate the power of Africa’s creative genius. Powered by Absolut, One Source Live is a multi-platform festival with multiple stages, bars and curated experiences. The Market of Art at One Source Live will form an integral part of the festival, providing a platform for up and coming artists and creatives whose work and products reflect African creativity today. More than 40 young creatives will have the opportunity of showcasing and selling their revolutionary works at the festival. Interested traders, artist and creatives can emailmarket@vwv.com for an application form and more information. • Submit application by Friday 16 March, 12:00 pm • Accepted applicants will be confirmed by Monday, 19 March • Contact: Carli Bassin | Tel – 011 799 2600 | Email –market@vwv.com Absolut One Source Live takes place at ONE ELOFF, Johannesburg CBD 24 March from 13:00 – midnight (market closes at 19:00) 2 000 attendees will experience a powerful line-up of musicians, artists and designers from across the African continent includingKhuli ChanaBongo Maffin, DJ Maphorisa, Patoranking, Sho Madjozi, YoungstaJ Molley, and many more. Beyond the great musical thrills on offer, leading African creatives taking part include multimedia visual artist Trevor Stuurman, Senegalese artist Fabrice Monteiro and world renowned Kenyan photographer, Osborne Macharia. Buy your tickets at a cost of R290 now on One Source Live for this multi-level festival across music, fashion and art.
    #BeAbsolut / #OneSourceLIVE
  • PatricKxxLee Before International Tour

    PatricKxxLee is the kind of artist who immerses himself so thoroughly in the process of making music that the outcome is as accurate a reflection of his quintessence as it could possibly be. One year after their hit record “Phonerotica”, South African new wave artists PatricKxxLee and J Molley got together for a follow-up feature track titled “Dark Side Down”. In true sequel fashion, “Dark Side Down” reinvents PatricKxxLee’s and J Molley’s chemistry from last year’s feature, and makes room for all that has changed in the lives of both artists within the twelve month period. Girls come easy, and so does getting lost in the whirlwind of fame, late nights and deliberate intoxication. On wax, “Dark Side Down” is a trip-hop bounce metered as hip-hop by PatricKxxLee’s grunge-inspired vocal work, which sees him singing and rapping, and his fixation with experimentation. Oriental-inspirations manifest in flute-like electronic ambient synths, harmonised with heavy bass. Released exclusively on Apple Music on March 2, the track is now available on SoundCloud and all other platforms. Instagram PatricKxxLee: www.instagram.com/patrickxxlee Instagram J Molley: www.instagram.com/hoodpharmacist Image by: NativeMag
  • Makizar Hamma Hamma Hamma Feat Emtee

    “Hamma Hamma Hamma” means to hit a lick, which is so true as Makizar hit a lick with this killer track! Featuring Emtee the Hustla, this track has been making its mark on the hip hop scene and on the biggest radio stations in SA. The music video incorporates West Africa and South Africa, creating a killer collaboration. It’s safe to say that Hamma Hamma Hamma will soon to be the Cameroonian street anthem in 2018. The Hamma Hamma Hamma music video is the future of African hip hop! Not to be confused with Miami, this Music video was shot on the streets of Jozi, keeping it 100% African.
  • BN Video Network: Mankind – Inkece (Official Music Video)

    “Inkece” means a current medium of exchange in the form of coins and banknotes; coins and banknotes collectively and the songs also talks about  Investing in your dreams. Grind Now. Shine Later.
  • BN Video Network: Shekhinah Album (Rose Gold) Launch

    Stunning vocals, throbbing street-smart beats and a positive vibe announce the arrival of Shekhinah, one of South Africa’s most anticipated rising stars. Her debut album Rose Gold takes listeners through the many moods of the gifted singer. Over slick beats and hushed melodies, Shekhinah’s effortlessly gorgeous voice unwinds stories about modern life and love gained and lost. Shifting naturally between pop and R&B, her style and production echo minimalist EDM grooves heavily dosed with funkified swing—and on heartfelt slow jams and club-ready bangers alike, this Durban-born artist makes it all seem so easy. More on https://itunes.apple.com/bw/album/rose-gold/id1276096107
  • BN Video Network: Caspule Music Fest

    Capsule Fest is a street culture festival. The 1st Annual event will take place at Mary Fitzgerald Square in Newtown, Johannesburg on the 16th of September 2017. The event will feature over 30 live performances from some of the industry’s biggest music acts. In addition to the music, Capsule will also showcase over 20 local and international brands in a manner that has never been seen before in SA. Capsule is a mesh of culture so expect the best of food, fashion, art, music and other engaging activities on the day. Early Bird Tickets for Capsule Fest are R150 (General Access) and R300 (VIP) and are now on sale exclusively at select SPORTSCENE stores.
    Capsule Fest is the Mecca of culture. The interactive street festival event will be taking place at the home of culture, Mary Fitzgerald Square, on 16 September 2017.
  • BN Video Network: Joey BadA$$ at OPPIKOPPI

    OppiKoppi is the biggest multiple day music festival held in the Limpopo Province of South Africa, near the mining town of Northam. The first ever band weekend at the OppiKoppi farm took place in May 1994 with Valiant Swart, Koos Kombuis and few hundred people in the small bar. It has since grown substantially, with the addition of many new stages and thousands of people turning up each year. The festival is regarded by some as the primary influence in jump-starting the South African rock music movement in the late 90’s. Thousands of people still flock to the farm to camp out in the bush and enjoy simultaneous performances on 7 stages (and a few roving pieces of craziness). More on www.oppikoppi.co.za

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