Matwetwe. Ace shit. Hyper-relatable. Anchored by a front-porch trio steeped tongue-deep in Spitori’s inventive linguistic twists, featuring a hood genius and his bathroom rapper and business mogul-aspirant… Read more “#Unreview | Matwetwe: Promotional Ideas”
“I mean, we could’ve changed the game mate, innit,” says a distressed Thembalamagumsha Khuzwayo a day after the world-renowned hashtag, which has been attributed to Twitter User… Read more “#Satire | “It was a missed opportunity” – #MenAreTrash Denialist”
Prissy book lovers and their frivolous publishers got the shock of their lives when news emerged that this year’s entries for the K. Sello Duiker Memorial Award… Read more “#Satire | Literatti Gone Rogue”
Hip hop has been showing up for Pro, in different ways, since he had a -kid suffixed to his name.
Strings & Bling is South African rapper Nasty C’s attempt at making a concept album. At 17 songs long, the sophomore, released as part of his newly-inked… Read more “#Fotos | Strings & Bling: The Album Launch”
The producer/emcee duo comprising Maloon TheBoom and YoungstaCPT’s recently-released video for their song “Muchas Gracias” was filmed at the beginning of 2017 in Cape Town. A lot… Read more “#Fotografi | BTS @ Yungloon Taliboom’s Videoshoot”
A documentary I co-directed, filmed and edited has been selected as part of BAMCinématek’s Film Africa 2018 series. This is a big fucking deal.
Thandi Ntuli, the multi-part, genre-busting, mad-exciting yoda of da fonq — because we off that genre-labelling biz — is releasing her sophomore album sooner than you can… Read more “Thandi Ntuli’s Sophomore Booms Wit All Da Fonky Notes”
#katarasessions is a way for musicians to sing their songs in configurations that are unfamiliar to the people who listen to their music, or present works-in-progress written… Read more “#katarasessions | Bongeziwe Mabandla”
E boetse ke nako ea ho thoba matšoafo ka ‘mino o hlabollang oa litsoa-kotleng. E se e le nakoana re sa bue, empa motho oa tšepa hore… Read more “#Podcast | Litsoa-Kotleng II [Khaolo 1] – Famole, Zoë Modiga, Zaki Ibrahim”