DJ Cleo

DJ Cleo has been the most upfront, significant, and influential dance music producer in South Africa for the last six years at least, having repeatedly proven himself with House, Kwaito and Hip-hop productions for such prodigies as Brickz, Pitch Black Afro, Mzekezeke, Brown Dash, Mandoza, Kabelo […]

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DJ Shimza

Kholofelo Ashley Raphala, also known as DJ Shimza is a South African DJ and music producer born in Tembisa, Ekurhuleni. He ventured into House Music as a DJ in 2003 which steered him to win the Red Square DJ Competition in 2006. He then went on to win the South African Music Conference which was a DJ Spin off Competition.

The highlight of his career, so far, came when he won the Gauteng Carnival DJ Competition in 2011. Winning this competition gave him the much needed exposure and start up equipment. He established and hosts the prestigious annual festival Dj Shimza’s One Man Show whereby he ploughs back into the community by creating awareness of his contributions.

Dj Shimza plays in the country’s big concerts including the Spring Fiesta and YFM gigs with DJ Fresh, Black Coffee and Oskido.

DJ Shimza has travelled to several countries including Mexico, United States of America and the UK, eventually displaying his musical talents. He has also performed in ibiza, following the footsteps of Culoe De Song and Black Coffee.

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Dominic Neill

Dominic Neill is a Johannesburg-based pop musician who is about to break into the music scene with his bold new tunes. He will soon release his debut album that saw him travel to Berlin to work with Flume’s world-renowned producer.

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Donald

Every so often there emerges a new artist who seeks to permanently install himself in the music industry, and make a lasting impression. Donald is such an artist, and brings with him refreshing musicality, a clean image and abundant talent. Since the start of 2011 Donald […]

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Dorothy Masuka

Masuka’s musical style is known as mabira: a fusion of swing and Zulu melodies, sung with great force and intensity. Her earlier songs, and most notably “Kutheni Zulu,” were hard-edged and political, but she has since chosen to de-emphasize polemics in favor of poetics.

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Dr Victor

Dr Victor and the Rasta Rebels is a household name, and one of the busiest live bands in South Africa, headlining at various festivals and corporate events all over the African continent for more than 20 years.

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Elvis Blue

With album sales in excess of 100 000, eight Top Ten radio singles, and more than 500 live performances to his credit Elvis Blue is reckoned as one of the most successful artists in our country.

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Emannuel Castis

Emmanuel released his first music album in 2008. The album entitled South of Nowhere is a compilation of originals written by South African song-writers. This was followed by his single Stop Running Away which is available digitally.

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Emtee

Emtee is a young hip hop artist that has garnered a massive following since 2015, sweeping the floor at awards ceremonies and dominating the airwaves going toe to toe with the likes of Nasty C. His hits “Pearl Thusi” and “Roll Up” have become anthems in the South African music industry and his dominance of the industry will continue for years to come.

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Ernie Smith

Ernie Smith has become synonymous with fine craftsmanship of quality contemporary jazz and urban music. He is possessed with the rare talent of appealing to music lovers from a wide spectrum of tastes and his unflappably work ethic has seen him remain at the top of his game for more than 12 years.

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Fifi Cooper

Refilwe Boingotlo Mooketsi, professionally and popularly known as Fifi Cooper is a South African recording artist. Fifi Cooper started her music career as an R&B singer before her musical versatility saw her release her breakthrough rap single “Chechella Morao” in 2010. In 2015, she released her award-winning […]

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Gang Of Instrumentals

Gang of Instrumentals is a critically-acclaimed South African urban-pop group, founded in 2002. This Johannesburg based group consists of Tumi ‘Lady Naturelle’ Masemola, Mandla N- Pimville spokesman, and ‘Bongo’ Riot Zungu. Their innovative musical style is a mixture of hip hop, street rap, pop, soul, […]

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Gangs Of Ballet

Gangs of Ballet is a Durban band comprising of three musicians and friends – all of which have undertaken studying Music at University level. Their music, which combines their fresh energy with their musically intriguing melodies and arrangements, has a hauntingly anthemic sound which appeals both to the musically-minded as well as to those merely seeking a fun musical experience. Their sound cannot be pinned down to one specific genre but rather experiments with an ecclectic mix of alternative, melodic, anthemic, electronic and dance.

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Gigi Lamayne

Genesis Gabriella Tina Manney, better known by her stage name Gigi Lamayne is a South African rapper, songwriter and poet. Five-time South African Hip Hop Award winner, Gigi Lamayne, is making her mark as a talent to be reckoned with within the South African music industry.

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Gloria Bosman

GLORIA Bosman, was born in Mofolo, but was raised in Pimville, Soweto. In much the same way as most of herAmerican contemporaries, she began her career singing in a church Choir. Her first taste of the professional world came after she was approached by Felicia Marion of Joy […]

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Goldfish

The secret is officially out. An electronic duo from the Southern-most tip of Africa have gone from one of Dance Music’s best kept secrets to an act tipped by industry tastemakers as the band to watch this year. Their genre-defying mix of live instruments, House […]

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Gugulethu Tenors

Afro-operatic pop sensations The Gugulethu Tenors have become a household name in South Africa since the release of their self-titled debut album in 2011. They have performed at some of SA’s top events and festivals, shared stages with local and international headliners, and been featured extensively in local and international media.

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HHP MUSIC

HHP has been called “The illest lyricist” by Wyclef Jean… Very few African artists receive the status and recognition needed to take their music across the borders of their respective countries.

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