The album in its entirety explores themes of modern love, lust and loss.
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.
Castle Lite unlocked Meek Mill, Post Malone, Sway Calloway and more during an unforgettable two-day event.
Johannesburg-born and raised rapper and songwriter TSA has released his second studio EP titled ‘The Jungle’.
PHFat drops ‘Catherine’ ahead of EP, due out July 2019
Swiss quintet, Puts Marie, will be playing two shows in South Africa on 31 May and 1 June brought to you by ProHelvetia
Stiff Pap recently released their first music video for the single “Maradona”. The post-kwaito duo, made up of producer Jakinda and rapper Ayema made a bold entry into the South African music scene mid-2017 with the EP ‘Based on a Qho Story’ 17.
CICLOPE Festival is the international conference and award show dedicated to craft in moving image. Check out this Glo Step In video under the Commercials Cinematography Category.
ANDREW KAYSER & JAKE MICHAEL SINGER invite you to their creative spaces where you will be able to explore their creative spirits, get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into their working processes, talk to and connect with them and buy artwork directly from their studios.
Chris Snakes really showcases his unique & fresh writing style, his distinct tone of voice and his vibey flows in this new single,
Directed by Cape Town’s Luke Nelson, the Sapphire music video touches on the themes of self-discovery and relinquishing control.
From architecture and film to product design, this year’s speakers are challenging the status quo. Here are a few of the speakers that conference attendees can expect to hear from.
Since February is the month of love, we thought it apt to ask LoveSlavePhola to curate a special playlist of songs that we’ll have on repeat for the whole month and beyond.
It’s an exciting time for music on the African continent right now; the rise and recognition of womxn musicians, particularly over the past 5 or so years, is something incredibly worth noting.
It has been a year since iconic trumpeter Hugh Masekela took his final bow but there is no doubt of his indelible contribution to the local and international music industry as well as equal rights activism through art. Masekela had incredible success during his prestigious decades’ long career – it […]