[263Chat] Following a salvo fired by hip-hop musician, Ti Gonzi against pioneering artists of the genre, Stunner has responded to the attack saying he still has what it takes to remain at the top.
[Namibian] A GROUP of creatives, including Maranatha, Malawian Wendy Harawa and singer and videographer Eric Mulenga, were attacked and robbed while they were shooting scenes for an upcoming music video.
[Daily News] THE Copyright Society of Tanzania (COSOTA) in collaboration with Dar es Salaam police force seized properties of three businesspeople in Kariakoo, allegedly for being involved in the production of counterfeit CDs.
[The Herald] Veteran musician Zexie Manatsa was recently honoured by Zimbabwe’s oldest talent search show, Starbrite, for his exploits in the music industry.
[South African Music Awards] Kabza De Small, the diminutive Amapiano superstar, walked away with the most nominations after the SAMA27 finalists were announced tonight.
[Daily Maverick] There is always a song, remixed by no-one-knows-who, playing in many of the Cape’s spaces. It’s music that has become a part of the culture of the communities who produce as well as consume it.
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[IFP] The IFP in Gauteng has noted with deep regret the untimely passing of gospel sensation, Israel Linda Mosehla.
[Nation] Arrangements for the burial of Congolese crooner Nzaya Nzayadio (Muntu wa Nkulu Champion) who succumbed to Covid-19 complications in England are on going.