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  • Dankie San, Dankie PRO!

    Moments into our conversation, I asked Linda Mkhize whether he felt some typa way that he was not being acknowledged by the mainstream for the role he’s played in building many a rapper’s careers; for carving a lane in South African rap, and running its course better and faster than any one else. His philosophical […] More

  • Touch My Blood Is A Pop Album, Darling!

    Kanye West is widely credited with changing the fibre of hip hop when he released his fouth studio album 808s & Heartbreak about decade ago. The drum machine infused electronic sound together with more auto-tune assisted vocals exploring a more emotive theme in its content. This allowed for a new type of rapper to emerge, […] More

  • What Is Playing On Your Radio This Year? A Lot Of House Music!

    Prince Kaybee’s Club Controller is the most played song on South African radio this year, according to data from Radio Monitor, an agency that provides music airplay data, media capture and media delivery to major record labels, artists, and performing rights organisations. Data for the first six months of the year running from 1st Jan this year […] More

  • In Snaps: Sneaker Exchange Cape Town

    On Saturday 28th April, urban culture fanatics, sneaker heads and retailers came together at the Cape Town Cruise Terminal to share their love for music, kicks and everything dope at the bi-annual Sneaker Exchange. A platform for sneaker heads to sell and buy sneakers, share ideas and have a good time, Sneaker Exchange continues to […] More

  • 10 Tips For Rappers On The Come-Up! #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

  • New Youtube Show, #OnADaily Looks Promising

    Over the past few years, with the advent of blogging and social media in the mid to late 2000s, the internet has continued to grow into an alternative outlet for content creators to simply just create. Social media and video platforms in particular, have allowed mass content creation to scale and reach audiences traditional media […] More

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