Lloyd Cele

With a 3rd album having been released on the 22nd of September and 3 brand new singles out at the same time in 3 different languages, Lloyd Cele is one of the local artists out to prove that good things happen in 3’s. Lloyd Cele, […]

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Loyiso Bala

As a teenager, Loyiso Bala was classically trained, finishing top of his class, at the prestigious Drakensberg Boys Choir in South Africa. He later on became the youngest conductor of the National Youth Choir at the age of 19. This laid the foundation for his […]

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Lungi Naidoo

The South African music industry is getting ready to witness the coming of age of the amazing singing and song writing talents of an explosive R&B dynamo simply called Lungi.

Influenced by the music on South African radio that she was compelled to listen to growing up, it created a life long passion for music which Lungi has put into a musical beat of her own.

Lungi’s first single “I Will” is the fore runner of an album of songs destined to challenge the South African musical landscape. Born out of her own personal experiences “I Will” is a song of hope and love which Lungi wrote and dedicates to all of those who are diagnosed with terminal illnesses and their loved ones who suffer through their ordeals with them.

Particularly because of HIV/Aids, we find that so many people are going through the process of watching loved ones pass away. The song is about giving hope to those who are ill, through the love and friendship of those around them. With the advances in technology and your faith, no matter what religion you belong to, most diseases can be beaten, including HIV and Aids. With her pure and hauntingly beautiful vocals which are sung over a melange of harmonies her song is the type that touches the soul.

Music for Lungi’s is produced by Alexis Faku, the renowned producer who has worked with and produced a number of hits for the cream of local artists such as Hugh Masekela, Judith Sepuma, Danny K , Jae, Loyiso, TK, Lebo Mathosa and Denim, just to name a few.

Her live performances are supported by a seven piece live band comprising of the most talented musicians in the country. In addition she has her own stable of dancers as well as a professional road manager to handle her affairs whilst touring.

Even though Lungi is Proudly South African this songstress is setting her sights beyond the impressive local music industry and plans are well in advance for an international release.

Fuelled with will power and creative music flair Lungi says “I Will”, become one of South Africa’s greatest exports…

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Major League

Major League the first hip hop twin deejays which consists of (Bandile and Banele Mbere),twin brothers that have hit the music industry with a bang, with their versatile and unique deejay style. The rapidly rising stars already have a legacy behind them but they have […]

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The songstress’ professional singing career took off during her final high school year, when she joined Afro pop group Kaya, which released its debut album ‘Kunzima’, winning the Metro Fm best newcomer award in 2005. She later parted from the group to further her studies […]

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Mariechan, originally from Cape Town, became known for her vocal ability during her 10year career with Jamali. As the engine for Jamali’s vocal strength, her effortless vocal ability with her natural feminine character is her signature style. Mariechan’s singular focus and dream of earning a […]

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Mathew Gold

‘No Ordinary Guy’ – the first release off rising local star Mathew Gold’s debut album, The Rush made major headways in late 2013 into 2014. The hip hop-inspired electronic track tells the story of an ordinary man on his quest for greatness.

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Melanie Scholtz

Melanie Scholtz started singing at an early age. Coming from a musical family, she was exposed to different kinds of music as she grew up, and at age 17 she enrolled at the Opera School at the University of Cape Town, where she graduated cum […]

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Melissa Allison

Triple Threat Melissa Allison has been on stage since the age of 6 and since been discovering her talent and passion for music. After dancing for various artists, she then broke into the world of performing arts by entering Mnet’s High School Musical Spotlight South […]

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Mi Casa

Mi Casa is a band with unique individuals who bring their explosive talent together to create a unique and original sound. The band members (Dr Duda-Producer and club dj, J-Something – vocalist and guitarist and Mo-T – Trumpeter) blend their musical talent to create a […]

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Born with a Talent that was soon to be discovered, Mimi started performing at a very tender age; she is blessed with an incontestable talent to beat many of her age. Asked whe she started singing? “At Church like many others she said and the fact […]

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Moneoa is a beautiful new kid on the block who hails from Durban and she’s got this beautiful, sultry and seductive voice, you know, one of those Metro FM Sunday voices? Yep! This 22 year old song bird is a professional dancer turned vocalist , […]

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Anga “NaakMusiQ” Makubalo is an accomplished versatile brand; with ((90 000 Twitter Followers and 120 000 Facebook Followers and growing) regarded as a triple threat in the entertainment industry. An artist of his caliber has a documented profile, which people – young and old – can relate to and are relishing.
Multi-talented Anga Makubalo aka NaakMusiQ was born in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth. As a young kid he relocated with his mom to Johannesburg and in 2003 he was accepted at Edenvale high school on a sports bursary where he participated on the following sports codes: Soccer, cricket, athletics and rugby.

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Naima Kay

Afro-jazz sensation Naima Kay, born Lungile Khumalo is a 2014 South African Music Award (Sama) Best Newcomer award winner and she has come a long way since then. Naima was discovered by Touch Africa Records, at a jazz festival in Port Shepstone, where she grew […]

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Nasty C

Nasty C embodies the booming hip hop industry in South Africa and he is at the fore front of the new generation of artists taking the industry to the next level. With smash hits such as “Juice Back” and “Hell Naw” in the bag and credits on several successful collaborations already, Nasty C is already slugging it out with the biggest name in hip hop in South Africa.

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Nothende (28) has been said to have her ‘soul’ house in order and its no wonder because in just a matter of years, she has worked with many SA artists, recorded NO.1 hit singles and even scored herself nominations for SAMA & Metro FM awards. From being […]

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Opposite The Other

There’s a fear: a fear of not doing what you’re meant to do. a fear of not being who you’re meant to be. we hesitate in being who we’re meant to be because who we’re meant to be is often who others say we’re not supposed to be. we all know who we are as humans, but we don’t all know who we are as people. all we want to do as a band is be honest. because when we’re honest with ourselves, we’re able to do what we’re supposed to do. Band members Sam Burger, Matthew Budden, Robbie Spooner & Dan Burger

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Pam Andrews

Pam Andrews is a South African singer and actress best known as a member of the 101, the group that won the first season of the reality television competition Popstars, in 2002. She left the group in 2003 to pursue her acting career. Television series […]

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