Rhodes University’s Vashna Jagarnath explains why she teaches her history students about Prince.
Still haven't sipped some of that Lemonade? Now you can - the M&G has five iTunes vouchers up for grabs.
The singer’s 12-track album seems to have been informed by ‘Becky with good hair’ but judging from song titles she forgave her wandering Jay-Z.
Old-school kwaito, hip-hop and house meets ska and Balkan-tinged jazz in a riotously, joyful sound.
Get into formation: American singer Beyoncé Knowles has launched a performance wear clothing label named Ivy Park.
Will gqom's precarious position in the kwaito food chain get the better of Bhizer?
From a violent and harsh childhood to icon of music, the superstar has outdone her peers.
Sibusile Xaba puts his individual stamp on the guitar and lets his ancestors do the talking.
Using the studio of the world-renowned William Kentridge, the singer has got off to a spectacular start.
Singer Msaki still prefers the quiet of East London even as she readies for the world stage.
On "Theory of Reggaetivity", dancehall maestro Agent Sasco uses roots reggae to display his legendary versatility.
Thousands of young people are learning about life and art by joining field bands around the country.
Behind Emtee’s brash façade is a softly spoken but highly ambitious young entertainer.
Radio station manager Sibongile Mtyali talks to the M&G about Metro's playlist and looks ahead to one of the industry's most prestigious award shows.
From whispers around Rapulana Seiphemo's accident to a local celebrity chef's special delivery, we round up the week's entertainment news.
Rihanna has made us wait a maddening four years between albums and while Anti is worthy of a recommendation, it’s hardly earth-shattering stuff.
Pop artist Taylor Swift edged out rapper Kendrick Lamar to win the album of the year award for '1989' - and make history.
From Rapulana Seiphemo being hospitalised after a car crash to Ifani and Cassper Nyovest doing some good, we round up the news that had us talking.
Wouter Kellerman already has one statuette in the bag for his world music-infused classical sounds, and is crossing his fingers for a second.