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Nasty C: ‘You can’t hide from me any more’

It’s been two weeks since the 23-year-old rapper signed a deal with US record label and hip-hop stronghold Def Jam. He caught up with the Mail & Guardian to let us know why the release of his album is taking so long

Reading the psalm of Yeezy

Kanye West’s Sunday Services continue to gain popularity – but what’s really good?

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The battle for Denel: Row over Zuma and Mandla's Qatar visit and how the South African arms company is caught in the crossfire of Saudi-Qatar conflict

When Ye met Yoweri, and worlds collided

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Imagine life with no Likes

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My child’s father, the distressed hip-hop head

The angst that comes with parenthood is becoming pervasive in the youthful genre

The church of iNice Time and blessings

On their album AKA and Anatii keep the tradition of hip-hop spirituality and prosperity

On our Lists this week: the Joburg Review of Books, Milan Kundera and Little Dragon

The Lists are compiled by Friday editor Milisuthando Bongela and arts writer Kwanele Sosibo

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​Jo’burg’s lost, Frank’s found but Kanye has answers, as well as many quotables

The world we live in is in constant motion, things change rapidly and currently we have a new local party, new jams and new apparel.

Pablo comes to SA: Kanye West to open pop-up store in Cape Town for three days

The shop opens on Friday and will feature apparel from the rapper's clothing line, named after his latest album.

Entertainment News: ‘Let bygones be bygones’ says Gareth Cliff

From the Screen Actors Guild Awards winners to South Africa's newest singing TV show, we round up the news that had us talking this week.

Entertainment News: Spike Lee’s new film comes under fire

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