The hip-hopper attacks racism but is mauled in turn for saying black people don’t respect themselves.
The Bala Brothers's debut on American TV network PBS has opened the way to international fame for the trio, who will tour the US later this year.
While the neo soul label may be rejected by artists like Jill Scott and Maxwell, Amel Larrieux lets her listeners decide what her sound is.
To help you navigate this year's Cape Town International Jazz Festival, Setumo-Thebe Mohlomi has compiled a list of the top 10 not-to-be-missed shows.
The newly appointed director of the Cape Town International Jazz Festival shares his plans and vision for taking the jazz festival forward.
Outreach programmes run as part of the Cape Town International Jazz Festival yield positive results for the community.
Tributes pour in for popular Kwaito musician Senyaka Kekana, who died Wednesday morning after a short illness.
At just 22, Benjamin Jephta’s meteoric rise to critical prominence has taken not only talent but also balls and being unafraid to burn bridges.
The "Next Stop Soweto" series continues with the album, Volume 4, which features local music from 1975 to 1985.
Eight days ahead of “Africa’s Grandest Gathering”, the SABC has announced that it will no longer be the media sponsor of the festival.
Julian Redpath's "Maiden Light" is one of the most assured & exemplary folk albums to come out of South Africa in recent memory, writes Nick Mulgrew.
A reissued album by Ndikho Xaba and the Natives maintains its powerful beauty and enigmatic allure.
Hip hop artist Cassper Nyovest and pop trio Beatenberg lead the music pack with five SAMA nominations each.
The singer is accused of domestic aggravated assault after allegedly knocking out her daughter Diamond's front teeth with a metal stand.
From performing for the likes of US producer DJ Khaled to beefing with rap collective Boyznbucks back home, the “Mazishe” star chats to M&G Friday.
Hip-hop artist, ProVerb, celebrates ten years in the music industry and launches his new album, The Read Tape.
For their next project, the Blk Jks have teamed up with performance art collective, the Brother Moves On, to present "Blk Brother".
Young Fathers's new album promises to be their interpretation of what a pop album should sound like.
Raised in a leftist family that fled Chile’s brutal Pinochet regime, Matias Aguayo is a DJ who takes his music to the masses.