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Sunday, April 22, 2018

CASPO TO RELEASE HIS NEW SINGLE: FEELIN ALRIGHT

Sony Music Entertainment Africa are proud to announce the upcoming release from one of our most exciting new acts, CAPSO. Democratic Republic of Congo-born and South African-raised...

Hype Avenue interviewed SA’s young and gifted electronic maestro: Sam Jensen

Hype Avenue got hold of Sam Jensen, a home–grown Cape Town born electronic music producer, DJ and self-proclaimed dance music ambassador who has a rich history in...

CARA FREW SIGNS SONY MUSIC AFRICA WORLD WIDE DEAL

  South African pop dance sensation Cara Frew has signed world wide deal with Sony Music Entertainment Africa. The 25-year old songstress has shared her excitement over this new venture....

Yung Swiss drops new heat Locked Up ft Stanley Enow

  David Genaro hit maker, Yung Swiss, is back at it again this time with a single that is surely going to take the continent by storm titled...

DJ Sbu releases new single ‘Ndingubani’ feat. Zahara & Rabs Vhafuwi

  Multi-award winning, prolific Jock ; DJ Sbu has released his long awaited new single ‘Ndingubani’ which features the sensational award winning singer – Zahara and Rabs Vhafuwi. Talk...

DJ Sbu releases new single ‘Ndingubani’ feat. Zahara & Rabs Vhafuwi

  Multi-award winning, prolific Jock ; DJ Sbu has released his long awaited new single ‘Ndingubani’ which features the sensational award winning singer – Zahara and Rabs Vhafuwi. Talk...

Trenton and Free Radical: Living the Music and the Message

Trenton and Free Radical’s no-holds barred political and social commentary that many have come to know and love, is in fact a way of life for Trenton...

WATCH: JR's new steamy music video gets tongues wagging

The pornification of hip-hop is a debate that's been raging for years. But it's a futile debate, because being 'explicit' has never harmed any artist's career. And...

WATCH: JR’s new steamy music video gets tongues wagging

The pornification of hip-hop is a debate that's been raging for years. But it's a futile debate, because being 'explicit' has never harmed any artist's career. And...