Empangeni-born producer and singer Muzi premiered the music video for ‘Sondela’ on 27 March.
Released on YouTube over the weekend, the Into Ingawe music video already had close to 100 000 views. Many have earmarked the single as a strong contender for Song of the Year.
Co-directed by Michael Rodrigues & Tarryn Hatchett, the video explores the world of one never-ending party where all partygoers are held by an unknown looming force.
Cape Town rapper Patty Monroe released a new video for Fighter, an introspective exploration of her upbringing.
Meet Kuda Jemba, the director behind some of the coolest, and most visually pleasing music videos in South Africa.
The feel-good song is a perfect amalgamation of Fka Mash and The LazarusMan’s sound, it’s like… it was meant to be.
The ‘Funani’ music video is somewhat of a comeback track for both Lewis and DeLazy, with Lewis back in the familiar music video director seat.
Future-jazz group MABUTA returns for a mini-tour playing four shows in Joburg and Cape Town.
During this period, musical artist Matinino created a song, titled ‘WOMAN’, with a message intended to remind women of their incredible strength, perseverance and courage.
Born and raised in the culturally rich and vibrant town of Johannesburg, Umculo’s music is a cool mix between folk harmonies and afro-centric grooves. He maintains a seamless balance between sing-along melodies and dance-inducing grooves.
Frans Borman is an audiovisual storyteller who enjoys the challenge of unusual narratives as a director and editor, creating commercials, music videos, corporate videos, documentary films, day-in-the-life-of videos.
Cape Town based singer-songwriter, and dancer, Yanga ‘Yaya’ Madlala recently released the music video for his single titled ‘S16 (Sulphur) Movement Piece’. The music video was shot at Shine Studio, based in the vibrant suburb of Braamfontein in central Johannesburg.
Cape Town Tourism has launched a digital campaign to promote the city and its surrounds as an ideal winter getaway destination with a tongue-in-cheek video made by HaveYourHeard.
His latest work is the music video for Yellow-Eyed Radio Blues, a song by Medicine Boy. His inspiration for the visual elements came to him when he first hear the song…
The music video was shot by a strong female South African team, explores the themes of memory and connection by following the relationship between two young women as they journey through the streets of Cape Town.