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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Nothemba Madumo

Nothemba Madumo is a South African television and radio presenter, news anchor and producer who has presented such television series as AM2DAY, Morning Edition and Kaelo – Stories of Hope. She also presented the current affairs programme Nepad Focus on SABC2 and has hosted jazz […]

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Nothende

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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Oskido

You can’t fully relate the South African music story without mentioning one Oscar Mdlongwa (born on 23/11/’67), also affectionately known by his stage names Oskido, Oscar Warona, Godzilla or The Big O. Born in Oukasie, Brits, the producer, performer, radio presenter, record producer, and entrepreneur, […]

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Pearl Thusi

She is regarded as one of the most striking faces on South African television, and is considered to be one of the country’s media darlings. Just like her priceless namesake, Pearl Thusi has become one of South Africa’s most sought after personalities. She is the […]

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PHFAT

PHFAT kicked off 2014 with a monster of a single, Lights Out, featuring the explosive JungFreud (AKA Nonku). The singled premiered on 5FM’s Fresh Drive and managed to beat out electronic music giant Skrillex for “Hottest New Track of the week” on their #NewFavourite slot. […]

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PJ Powers

Voted one of the top ten people brands in South Africa in 2011, PJ Powers’ musical career has spanned several decades and crosses all barriers of both age and race. Famous since the eighties when “hotline” was the largest selling band in South Africa, her […]

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Priddy Ugly

Rapper Priddy Ugly, whose birth name is Richardo Moloi, was born on April 2nd, 1992, in Luanda Angola. He grew up in Meadowlands and later relocated to Kempton Park.

Before being exposed to the music and entertainment industry, Priddy Ugly was a proficient sportsman. He previously attended the Moroka Swallows Academy and later competed for South Africa’s National Athletics youth team.

The Meadowlands bred talent is not new to the show business, he partook in various dance competitions and was awarded Best Male Dancer at the St Peter’s National Dance Tournament. In addition to this, he also seized the number 1 spot at one of the biggest hip hop dance festivals in the Southern Hemisphere, The Masters of Rhythm.

His music career began in 2007 when he joined the boy group, Blaque which was signed by H.U.G.E Entertainment. It was not long until Priddy Ugly went solo under Aviator Management and was featured on veteran rapper and producer Amunishn’s album “The Principle”. In the year 2012, Priddy Ugly released his first solo debut album “The Ugly Truth”. 2016 was a good year for Priddy Ugly as he became the first African ambassador for the Innovative international lifestyle company, Diesel as well as an ambassador for the premium flavored beer Liberado , in addition he dropped a mixtape titled “You Don’t Know Me Yet” which earned him a South African Hip Hop Award nomination.

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Prime Circle

Since they first burst out of the sleepy mining town of Witbank some 11 years ago, South African rock sensation Prime Circle has been unstoppable. They stormed out of the gates with their record-breaking debut album in 2003, and have followed it up with a […]

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Proverb

Proverb is a Hip Hop Recording Artist, SA Idols Host & Co-Producer. Volvo Car SA, Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital, Dominos, TCTSSA Brand Ambassador.

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Richard Stirton

Richard Stirton, hails from the vibrant suburb of Rondebosch, Cape Town. Richard poured all of his focus into sport before turning to music after several sporting injuries halted his sporting progress.

Richard’s first solo performance was in the Rondebosch Boys’ High Cabaret when he was 17. After dabbling in theatre, Richard enrolled at the University of Cape Town to commence a degree in Business Science.

Music, however, was something that he couldn’t quite give up. Come 2014, Richard decided to take gap year to pursue his passion for music again. During this time, he worked at Stardust Restaurant as a “singing waiter” for the year and began playing solo gigs by the end of that year. The following year he entered The Voice South Africa, on the encouragement of his friends and family, and after being coached by Kahn Morbee (Parlotones), Richard took the coveted first prize.

Following the show, Richard signed a lucrative record deal with Universal Music and has been thrust into music video shoots, writing and recording his first few singles, photo shoots and interview after interview with the media. Richard’s musical influences include Matt Corby and Bon Iver and has released his debut album called “Middle Ground” produced by Denholm Harding. His album has top the charts #1 on iTunes. Richard has had countless hits since winning The Voice SA and has already earned his first major accolade of an iTunes #1, with his rendition of Simon & Garfunkel’s The Sound of Silence, from the hit show. In July we received word that A panel chose the top 23 winners of The Voice internationally, and SA The Voice winner, Richard Stirton made it to No.1. Since winning the Voice he has performed with South Africa finest from Khan Morbee, Lady Smith Black Mambazo and host of other great artists.

Richards impressive voice immediately caught the attention of internationally renowned mic and headphone brand, AKG, who approached him to represent the AKG brand in South Africa as an endorsee and brand ambassador.

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Riky Rick

KwaMashu-born Rikhado Makhado, popularly known as Riky Rick, is an accomplished producer, writer, rapper and actor. Riky, who was introduced to the music industry in a recording studio session with Bongani Fassie…

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Roger Goode

Roger was first signed to Pete Tong’s London Records for his legendary dance track “In The Beginning”. He has since produced and released various albums, compilations and remixes available in store and online. The Roger Goode Radio Show is the authentic, high-octane mix – where the […]

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Rubber Duc

If Mango Groove and Mumford & Sons had a love child it would sound like Rubber DUC! We make you dance with our cheerful, catchy melodies & quirky lyrics!

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Ryki

Ryki has been destined for the limelight since she started singing at the age of 8. “One day it just came out of me and it hasn’t stopped since,’ says the 18 year old radiant star. Ryki is powerfully magnetic with an aura of humility that belies her hard working ambition.

Starting her own writing through songs and poetry at the age of 11, Ryki was heavily influenced by Amy Winehouse and “soulful RnB” and went on to find her own voice through a sultry, nuanced take on her influences. She’s inspired not specifically by music she wants to recreate, but by the essence of the way certain songs move her.

Ryki’s debut single, Such a Mess featuring Kyle Watson showcases his signature deep sound and Ryki’s unmistakable vocal prowess and is a fantastic introduction to a new artist who is already making waves on the South African music landscape.

Ryki is currently working with an eclectic selection of producers, aiming to release her debut EP in early 2017.

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Shekhinah

Shekhinah rose to prominence in 2011 as a top 10 finalist on Idols. Since then she’s continued to emerge as one of the brightest young talent in South African music. Teaming up with Kyle Deutsch and Sketchy Bongo, they created the smash hit “Back To The Beach” that went gold and Shekhinah followed that up with another Sketchy Bongo produced smash hit titled “Let You Know”.

There is no doubt Shekhinah has the makings of an artist that could dominate the South African music scene for years to come.

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Shortstraw

Shortstraw started out as a two-piece drums/guitar band, with Alastair Thomas (lead vocals and guitar) and Oliver Nathan (drums and backing vocals) who have been friends since high school.

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