Donald Moatshe To Realise 3rd Album

The much loved Donald Moatshe is all set to release his 3rd studio album album titled , Black & White on Friday, 28 March.

Reality TV Star Introduces “Siyabingelela”

South Africa - a country that has given birth to thousands of talented male-music-producers. Unfortunately, the female figures can't be matched with that of gentlemen in the production department.

2013 Channel O Africa Music Video Awards…and the winners are…

Saturday, 30 November: The fans have spoken and rewarded a stunning spread of African artists with the ultimate honour: a Channel O Africa Music Video Award.

Gino Brown Produces A Body Language With Nigerian Accents

Nigerian accent - debatable the most attractive articulation in African continent - invaded South Africa years back. Nigerian movies, which landed in Mzansi a decade ago, popularized the West African pronunciation even more.

Sdunkero – Stolen Property Slim Od

Format:Music Video; Genre:Kwaito; Artist:Sdunkero; Title:Stolen Property Slim Od; Country:South Africa; Record Label:Pistol Records

Field wide open as Channel O Africa Music Awards celebrates 10 years!

Nominations for the 10th Annual Channel O Africa Music Awards were announced yesterday, revealing an open field in the race to claim Africa’s most prestigious music awards.

Qness – Everything ft Msimisi

Format:Music Video; Genre:House; Artist:Qness; Title:Everything ft Msimisi; Album:On Cue Vol.3; Country:South Africa; Record Label:soulcandi

All Access Mzansi Returns with Hotshot Presenters and Viewer Interaction!

All Access Mzansi set the bar high during its eight seasons – and now the popular, homegrown entertainment show returns with a trio of hotshot presenters, a new on-the-move urban vibe and a stunning element of viewer interaction.

‘if Not, Why Not!’ Delivered in Typical Feel-Good Fashion

Kwaito artists and Channel O Spirit award winner Ees is back with his latest album, which in true Ees style titled it 'if Not, Why Not!' On this album Ees manages to switch things up a little, and instead of the Kwaito beats he has been serving us all these years, he comes with a whole new flavour and delivers a 20 track House album.

Kwaito kicked out

“Though we are told to mourn it, we must know that it was a noble sound. It had majesty. Yes, it was majestic. Deep down in the soul of it all, where the notes themselves provide the levels of revelation, we can only expect of great art.”