For the Sounds of Muziki compilation, a two-part EP series, Muziki Africa and FAME Week Africa have teamed up with the Berlin, Germany-based record label Paradise Sound System (PSS) to scout new musical talent in South Africa. To be released as part of two compilation projects, we asked independent artists to submit their songs for […]
Trace Studios is an independent production company based in Cape Town and Johannesburg that operates globally with a focus on creative scripted and unscripted development, production and distribution. The Studios business aims to export more African IP across the world by working with the best creative talent on the continent. As a creative business, the […]
Are an emerging African artist or band? Then you’ll want to be part of the Sounds of Muziki 2022 Compilation EP powered by Paradise Sound System. Muziki Africa at FAME Week Africa, taking place in the Host City of Cape Town from the 24 – 26 August 2022.
A music video that makes you want to fall in love. Kimon with his debut single is highlighting the LGBTQAI+ community in South Africa. This cinematic rendition of joyful love in all its diversity brings home a message of hope, to many who have been marginalised and vilified for their orientation and sexuality.
Spotify announced six African artists joining RADAR – the music streaming giant’s programme dedicated to the spotlight and discovery of emerging artists across the world. The full list of artists from Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa includes DBN GOGO, Ayra Starr, Black Sherif, Victony, BNXN and Buruklyn Boyz.
Platoon is celebrating Africa Month with African Lullabies Part 2, the second instalment in the children’s music series African Lullabies.
Who would have thought that vinyl records would make a such a big comeback over the last five years?
Gallo Vault Sessions, the fascinating music podcast that takes you through the biggest cultural and political moments in South African music.
Afrobeats visionary Smallgod has unveiled his powerful new album Connecting The Dots, out now via Nasecworld / Inkredible Muzik / VMG.
Streaming platforms like Spotify have realised that supporting creators in markets such as Nigeria is important to their long-term growth.