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  • 10 Tips From An Up-and-Coming Rapper To Other Up-and-Coming Rappers! #Game

    In a time when just about anyone with a computer can make music, pursuing a career as a musician is one of the hardest directions to take in life. From finding your identity, moulding your technique, building an audience to putting in the time to develop into an actual musician, this career path requires sacrifice […] More

  • Smash Afrika Joins 5FM!

    After 5 years on Joburg-based youth radio station YFM, Smash Afrika has left the station to join a national platform. On YFM, Smash hosted almost every show over the years, earning his stripes from drive-time co-host with Tholi B, to a few years on graveyard before ultimately hosting the flagship breakfast show on the station. […] More

  • In Snaps: ‘Record Setting Queue For Local Street Wear Brands In Africa’!

    Located on the coolest portion of Braamfontein’s bustling Juta street, street wear store RHTC, which exclusively retails locally produced and owned street wear brands, hosted Riky Rick’s Cotton Club Records merch pop-up this weekend. The pop-up essentially brought the edge of the street to a standstill, with street wear and culture fans lining down the […] More

  • What Did The President Say About The Youth In His State Of The Nation Address?

    Newly elected South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation in his maiden speech as President this Friday. The address, widely welcomed for its focus on renewal, unity and a sense of purpose, also focussed on the youth as a key part of the South African population and economy. “Our most grave and most pressing […] More

  • Did Distruction Boyz Steal DJ Lag’s Trip To New York? Listen For Yourself!

    City Press is reporting that Distruction Boyz stand accused of stealing their summer smash-hit Omunye. Released in October last year, Omunye was the lead single off of their gold selling debut album Gqom Is The Future, turning the duo into the commercial face of Gqom. It now turns out Omunye might have been inspired by, or put […] More

  • Inxeba: A Film Worth Rejoicing

    One of the most important productions of the South African, and possibly the African film industry in its entirety, hits our big screens this weekend, The Wound Weekend has finally arrived. While South Africans have waited with bated breath for Inxeba (The Wound), which tells the story of a young gay boy’s rite of passage in […] More