Love is in the Air! P-Square gets you in the Valentine mood with this amazing video for their latest single “Away”. P-Square is still considered as one of the best Duo in Africa and they are still running strong.
Howie Combrink is no stranger to the South African music scene. Known for his up-tempo folk pop tunes, such as “Change” and “Take It Easy”, which are sure to get you on your feet and dancing, his latest offering is a little different. Howie has always wanted to write a ballad and recently while teaming up with RADA Unearthed, he finally had the opportunity to sit down behind a piano and dig deep.
If the world’s longest river could sing: The Nile Project releases first studio album in-step with 2017 US Tour.
“Seductive and beautiful […] nothing short of revolutionary.”—Afropop Worldwide
Drawing on modern production methods and a healthy dose of vintage equipment, propelled by a collective international spirit and sheer determination, Jinja (release: January 18, 2017) is imbued with intimacy, warmth, urgency, power, air and hyper-realism.
2015 & 2016 BET Awards nominee Yemi Alade premieres the Dance visual as the music video for her afro-pop dance anthem “Koffi Anan”.
The Philkeyz produced track is the bonus of her sophomore album “Mama Africa: The Diary of an African Woman” released under Effyzzie Music Group. The energetic clip is directed by Paul Gambit.
P-Square finally release the long awaited video to arguably the biggest song off their recent album, “Collabo”. Nothing short of an archetypical P-Square video, the flick which also features Don Jazzy, is a classy pictorial with a brief comic storyline about it. Shot in SA on different beautiful and crisp scenes, the Clarence Peters / Jude Okoye directed video is nothing but top notch.
P-Square drops yet another breathtaking visuals for their newest smash hit single “Taste the Money” (Testimony). The twin boys are really enjoying the pleasures of hard work. Shot in South Africa and directed by Jude Engees Okoye.
Recording artist NAIRA blends love, pain, strength, and energy into one powerful punch with her FEARLESS style of music, self-coined Urban-Soul. Pulling from influences of blues, afro-pop, hip-hop and r&b, she is the pulse of everything urban. Her youthful and dynamic energy aligns with the mantra: “Be brave. Be Inspired. Be YOU… Be FEARLESS”.
SONY MUSIC Africa recording artist LIRA is following in the footsteps of the legendary Miriam Makeba & Letta Mbulu, releasing four platinum albums and a triple platinum Live in Concert DVD making her one of South Africa’s highest selling acts
CAPE TOWN’S hip hop scene will never be the same again after the British Council South Africa’s new hip hop dance theatre showcase, Mixing It Up. It takes place on 10 and 11 March and is set to revolutionise the way hip hop is perceived in the Mother City.
WHAT IS LOVE? is the exciting debut album from phenomenally talented Gospel and R&B singer Emem Archibong.
Steeped in the classic Soul of legendary artists such as Aretha Franklin and CeCe Winans and influenced by the modern R&B sounds of Alicia Keys, with ‘What is Love?’ Emem looks set to be 2011’s most hotly-tipped Gospel cross-over artist and her mini album heralds the arrival on the British black music scene of a special new talent. Born in Nigeria, Emem grew up in Bradford, England where her remarkably soulful and powerful singing voice was nurtured in her local church’s choir and Gospel music and her strong Christian faith underpin her unique sound. From rousing opener ‘Black and White’ and funky feel-good track ‘Trying to be myself’ to stand out debut single ‘what is Love?’ and deeply personal anthem ‘Not too Late’ the E.P showcases Emem’s truly outstanding vocal talent and ‘Angel,’ ‘Untold Story’ and ‘Trying to be Myself’ also announce Emem as a truly captivating new voice on the British music scene.