Watch Dope St Jude’s new music video Grrrl Like.
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Ahead of this weekend’s Basha Uhuru Freedom Festival in partnership with Nando’s, we catch up with Cape Town emcee Dope Saint Jude.
Following international tours, debut EPs and the loss of a loved one, Dope Saint Jude says it’s music that’s helped her through all the ups and downs.
With a host of exhibitions, gigs, conferences and day markets with a special focus on women’s month, here’s what’s going down in Jozi this week.
A holistic blend of impenitent emotion, bold identity, and the free flowing thoughts of a young artist grappling with the everyday politics of the world.
Now that all 18 of the SABC’s radio stations have to play 90% South African music, we’ve picked a few songs we’d love to hear over the airwaves.
We’re grappling with the necessity of decolonising our minds and fiercely asking, “who has the right to tell whose story?”
We asked 8 local musicians who are attending and/or performing at CTEMF this year to do the impossible: choose one act they’re most looking forward to.
9 breakthrough South African artists and duos who’ve been at it this year, guns blazing, making work that’s vital and impossible to ignore.
Heading to Cape Town these holidays? We asked local creatives to let us in on their favourite things to do and places to go in the Mother City.
Dope Saint Jude has just released her new single ‘Brown Baas’, a project that she’s keen to emphasis is completely done by women of colour. To coincide with the release of this new track, we caught up with her and video director Kyla Phil to find out about the creative process and inspiration behind it.
Dope Saint Jude has just dropped ‘Keep In Touch’, a catchy hip-hop track feat. Angel-Ho that speaks about cultural dynamics in relation to race and gender.