This time last year, uSanele returned to music when he dropped his EP, ‘Gangular’. To follow-up the creative feat he now presents, ‘uMvelase’.
Master KG garnered a bevy of fans through his inspirational and danceable music. He is not slowing down soon as he readies his sophomore album, ‘Jerusalema’, which includes the monster hit title track.
The 10-tracked collection drops 24th January, during his birthday week.
We’re at the end of the decade, and the man who dominated the beginning of it is about to close it off with a bang(er). Professor is a cultural fixture. On his newest cut, ‘Bonus‘, he captures the spirit of December.
He takes us on a nostalgic road trip with travel buddies, Mlindo the Vocalist and Vele.
The girl is focused. Nothing can disturb the girl.
Paxton drops a new single called ‘No Distractions’. The track follows up from her debut album which garnered her two SAMA nominations.
“I am the future” he declared as he picked up his award at Afrimma. Well the future is definitely in good hands, watch the Prince of Afro beats Rema dazzle at the Afrimma 2019 with an eclectic performance
South African sensation Master KG dropped on of the biggest songs in Africa this year, the Skeleton Move. Watch him perform the monster hit song at Afrimma 2019 Awards & Music Festival.
What a night of celebration of African music in Diaspora , the Afrimma 2019 Awards was a colorful ceremony that hoisted African flag higher. Peformances from Ommy Dimpoz, Rema, Zlatan, Phyno, AKothee, NAndy, and more got the night even more exciting as captured by @jejeunlimited
The Afrimma 2019 Awards & Music Festival literally shut down the city of Dallas as a plethora of African stars and fans descended on the historic city. It was a night of beauty, culture and most importantly a celebration of African music and talents on the world stage hosted by Basketmouth and Dj Poizon Ivy. The Afrimma weekend kicked off with the Demand Africa Presents Afrimma Music Panel on Friday October 25th, with Richard Iroko as moderator and 2face, SLickMuzik, KC, Cat Daddy, Queen Julie Endee amongst others as panelists.
Shortly after the Music Panel, the Afrimma Fashion show took place with African and International fashion brands strutting the runway to a packed house. Saturday, October 26th, 2019 all roads led to The Bomb Factory for a night of magnificent performances and unforgettable memories. Some of the African stars on parade include Fally Ipupa, Ommy Dimpoz, Lisa Yaro, Daphne and more. Nigerian star Burna Boy was the biggest winner of the night bagging 4 awards Artist of The Year, Best Male West Africa, Song of The Year with Zlatan and best collaboration with Zlatan. Rema took home the Afrimma Video of The Year Award while Zlatan won Best Newcomer as well as Best Collaboration and Song of The Year alongside Burna Boy.Other winners include Aya Nakamura – Best Female West Africa and Ommy Dimpoz – Best Male East Africa.
Akothee from Kenya, Nandy from Tanzania, Toofan from Togo alongside the Nigerian duo of Rema, Zlatan as well as Congolese superstar Fally Ipupa provided unforgettable performances on a spectacular night. See full list of . award winners below
AFRIMMA 2019 WINNERS LIST
Best Female East Africa – Akothee
Best Collaboration – Burna Boy x Zlatan – Killing Dem
Afrimma Video of The Year – Rema – Dumebi
Best Lusophone – Nelson Freitas
Best New Act – Zlatan
Best Rap Act – Phyno
Best African Group – Toofan
Best Video Director – Sasha Vybz
Best Male Southern Africa – MasterKG
Best Francophone – DJ Arafat
Song of The Year – Burna Boy x Zlatan – Killin Dem
Best Male Central Africa – Fally Ipupa
Best Male East Africa – Ommy Dimpoz
Artist of The Year- Burna Boy
RADIO/TV PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR -Willy Tuva
Transformational Leadership Award – Governor Hassan Ali Joho
AFRIMMA COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP AWARD – Rep. Helen Giddings
AFRIMMA COMMUNITY IMPACT AWARD – Prince Ned Nwoko
Best Female West Africa -Aya Nakamura
Best Female Central Africa – Daphne
Best Female Southern Africa – Sho Madjozi
Crossing Boundaries with Music Award – Davido
Best Gospel Artist – Mercy Chinwo
Best Dj Africa – Dj Man Renas
Best African Dj USA – Dj Poison Ivy
Music Producer of The Year – Kel-P
Best African Dancer – Izzie Odigie
Best Live Act – Diamond Platnumz
Best Male West Africa – Burna Boy
Banks Music head honcho, Reekado Banks premieres the official music video of his latest output dubbed “Rora“.
Four weeks after serving the audio, Reekado Banks gives us a befitting visual. ‘Rora‘ was released on September 6th with a visualizer which has now amassed over 3 million views on youtube.
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The video was shot in Los Angeles, California by prolific video director, Dalia Dias.
Check it out and share your thoughts below!
Zola7 is an icon who has been out of the limelight for a little close to 15 years. However, the music created from the late ’90s to the mid-’00s has been influential in the current vein of South African hip-hop.
He makes a triumphant return on ‘Skobho ne-Hennessey’. The track even a self-reference to his biggest hit ‘Umdlwembe’.