Hip-hop artist, ProVerb, celebrates ten years in the music industry and launches his new album, The Read Tape.
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.
Oliver Heldens’s dance moves might look silly, but his DJ skills are hot and he’s a rapidly rising star in the world of electronic dance music.
Bob Dylan's collection of cover songs are all now pure Dylan, writes Chris Roper
The internet was shocked by the Australian rapper's no-win, while Kanye West's rant about Beck's award trended on Twitter. Here's a Grammy round up.
A collection of colourful moments from the 57th annual Grammy Awards - from Kanye West's tribute to his daughter to Joan Rivers's posthumous award.
British musician Four Tet enthralled the audience at the Cape Town Electronic Music Festival with his unique approach to electronic music.
The singer is humble but she’s not afraid to launch her own album, and encourages female musicians to step out.
The Up The Creek festival takes place on the banks of the beautiful Breede River – but the lily-white show needs to become more inclusive in future.
The only child of Whitney Houston and R&B singer Bobby Brown is receiving care in hospital.
Several artists are reminding us that protest music has always been at the heart of the revolution.
After in-fighting and personal rivalries put the group in jeopardy, 50 and his crew are making an unlikely comeback.
The 14th Metro FM Music awards return to Durban for the third consecutive year, with Cassper Nyovest and DJ Dimplez being among the contenders.
Awareness of cultural appropriation is much more widespread but for some white South African musicians it’s a rejection of Afrikaner stereotypes.
Thembi Seete sits down with the M&G to talk about the band’s reunion, fame and the ‘Thuntsha Lerole’ controversy.
Tumi Mogorosi's album, Project Elo, brings together the eloquent sounds of accomplished jazz musicians and opera singers.
Charles Leonard writes about his vet’s stillborn question to Leonard Cohen and the joys of reggae.
Charles Leonard chooses his top 50 albums of 2014.