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The new wave way: How SA’s now generation moves different

South Africa’s newest stars have turned to the internet and cultivated cult followings to launch themselves onto the global music scene

Review: On ‘Twice as Tall’, Burna Boy bends Afrobeats to his will

Burna Boy’s fifth studio album, ‘Twice as Tall’, extends beyond the hype to reveal the Afrobeats star’s vulnerability

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A multimedia care package of reading material, series, movies and music to indulge in if you're ghosted

Songs for the end of the world: pop music and climate change

Analysis: from Lana Del Rey and Weyes Blood to the 1975 and Matmos, pop stars are showing it's a wild time to be alive to observe the end of the world

Lebo M circles his Lion King life

As a kid in Soweto, he never dreamed he’d help the world fall in love with life in Africa; as a veteran musician his pride is undiminished

Slice of life: The journey to Beyoncé

'I wasn’t going to miss an opportunity to see Beyoncé and Jay Z in South Africa'

Global Citizen: Preaching the good news according to Madiba

The festival is aimed at addressing social ills Sunday’s concert had the makings of a charismatic church crusade

Eradicating poverty is not a naïve pipe dream

'To be clear, ending extreme poverty by 2030 is not a farcical or fantastical aim,' writes Kweku Mandela

Femi Kuti, Beyonce headed to SA for Mandela festival

Global Citizen says it hopes that the run-up to the festival would raise commitments of $1 billion to help the world's poorest

Beyoncé and co paint the Louvre proudly black

To counter the lack of Pan-African art, the Carters move in opposition to the frozen stillness that the artworks embody at Musée du Louvre.

On our Lists this week: The Carters, Ornette Coleman, and Dr John

In between working on Friday copy, this is what the team reads, listens to and watches.

Beyoncé, Jay-Z release joint album on marriage and identity

The album came out late on Saturday exclusively on Jay-Z's fledgling Tidal streaming service

H&M debacle: My enemy’s enemy is a fighter

The H&M child model, who is black and in an offensive hoodie, is just one example of racism and harassment.

99 problems but remorse ain’t one: JZ could learn from Jay-Z

As Jay-Z repents for his blunders, JZ dusts off his shoulders and remains blissfully unbothered.

The weekly pop sack: Good looks, messy looks and the looks of AKA

'Is Katy Perry complicit in creating an image that glamorises abusive threads of behaviour towards women?'

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