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  • A-Reece, Loyal To A Fault

    A-Reece’s introduction to the mainstream was written in the stars; an Emtee feature on his debut single Couldn’t, dropped under Ambitiouz Entertainment, one of the most disruptive indie labels at the time. Ambitiouz introduced us to a kid who would eventually form part of the next generation of hip hop stars. Emtee hook aside, he […] More

  • Here Are The Most Played Songs On Radio

    A look at Radio Monitor‘s Top 100 most played songs on radio from 1st Jan to 27th April this year gives us a glimpse into the South African music landscape; With 3 336 plays on 87 radio stations, House music golden boy Prince Kaybee’s Fetch Your Life is the biggest song on radio this year. […] More

  • 9/10 Most Played Songs On Radio This Year Are South African!

    Its been a year and half since the SABC decided to scrap its controversial 90/10 local music policy introduced under the disastrous leadership of former COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng. At the time, many a radio station, public broadcast stations in particular, claimed to have already prioritised local music on their playlists. Public broadcast and community radio […] More

  • What Brands Can Learn From Beauty Content Creators

    Beauty brands have recently discovered the marketing and advertising potential of beauty content creators within the social media space. They are not only taking advantage of that gap but are also making great use of realised customer value benefit derived from sponsored content. Beauty content creators have mastered the technique of governing what information is […] More

  • 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

  • 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

  • What Leaving My Dream Job Has Taught Me

    Since leaving this so called dream job, I’ve had nothing but time to reflect on my life and decisions I’ve made thus far. The one thing keeps ringing in my head is, ‘be careful what you wish for’ , this could also just be my wife’s voice, as she’s forever saying this to me. My love […] More

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