Don Jazzy is rolling in it

Nigerian producer, singer and songwriter Don Jazzy has been named by Forbes magazine as Africa’s richest person in the entertainment industry.

Kanye’s sneakers sell faster than hot cakes

After Kanye West’s latest sneaker release, the world might have to consider changing the saying “selling like hot cakes” to “selling like Yeezy sneakers”.

Royal commentators tricked into reviewing Meghan interview before it aired

In a YouTube video titled “We Proved Royal Experts Lie About Harry and Meghan,” four leading royal commentators review the Sussexes’ hotly anticipated interview with Oprah… without having seen it.

Mthandazo’s time has finally come

It’s taken seven years, but Mthandazo Gayta has found his sound and now he’s made his way into the spotlight.

DJ Finzo rides his toy bike to inspire

DJ Finzo has bought himself a kiddies' toy bike that he rides around to inspire those who live with disabilities and remind them that it's not the end of the world to be different from others.

Gabola anthem for national anthem! says Pope Tsietsi

Founder of the Gabola church, Pope Tsietsi Makiti, has released an unlikely hit called “Gabola anthem volume 1”.

“I lost everything” – kwaito star Joe Nina is fighting for his comeback

After years of living on a slippery slope, legendary kwaito star Joe Nina is working on rebuilding his life.

Megan Thee Stallion stuns in Calvin Klein underwear campaign

Megan has really taken her self-styled “hot girl” persona to heart as she stars in Calvin Klein's latest ad campaign.

Nomzamo Mbatha is coming to America too

It is every actor’s dream to go to America let alone to star in a Hollywood sequel of a megahit.

Gee Six Five’s debut album released two months after her death

The star, real name Olpha Selepe, passed away in December after suffering Covid-19 complications shortly after she had shot to fame with her amapiano single Obani Labantu. The EP is titled Obani Labantu.

The Ndlovu Youth Choir thinks to itself What a wonderful world

Famous for dazzling the America’s Got Talent judges from the ‘world’s biggest stage’ in 2019, the Ndlovu Youth Choir from the Limpopo province, has continued to engage social media on different topics that matter through their exuberant sounds.

Wear a mask, Sho Madjozi – the kids are watching

Covid-19 has undoubtedly affected the livelihoods of everyone, including artists, but what message are our celebrities sending in a time of a global pandemic?

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