Hip Hop artist Riky Rick talks fatherhood and relationships in his latest album, "Family Values".
Oyama Mabandla explores the idea that artistic success has spiritual bliss at its centre.
Mali's Terakaft is not just another Saharan band.
The sax legend, who ‘graduated from the University of James Brown’, on the joys of leading his own band.
American soul icon Percy Sledge, best known for the 1966 hit "When a Man Loves a Woman," died Tuesday at the age of 74.
Dramatic life of the Little Sparrow, nation’s most famous singer, is remembered at the national library in Paris in year she would have turned 100
Rapper Drake's facial expression after kissing Madonna - his special guest during the closing show of Coachella - had the internet in a frenzy.
Distinctive and deep bass guitar rhythms and visionary lyrics turn the band’s new album into a South African gem.
The Bird’s Eye club in Basel has proved the catalyst for a musical collaboration that is hitting the right notes in both countries.
While he failed to live up to the high standards of his 2013 performance, Chris Brown reinforced why he has the staying power to set him apart.
The hip-hopper attacks racism but is mauled in turn for saying black people don’t respect themselves.
Women and men in Malawi’s maximum-security, Zomba Central Prison, who call themselves Zomba Prison Project, are telling their stories through music.
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.
The "Next Stop Soweto" series continues with the album, Volume 4, which features local music from 1975 to 1985.