AKA is the ambitious Hip Hop and RnB sensation from South Africa, dubbed the “Prince of Rap,” who has already earned three Metro FM Music Awards as well as two SAMA’s for the Best Street Urban Music Album and Male Artist of the Year.
Mukwevho Ambani known as BEE-GEE as well as QUEEN OF HOUSE has just been signed under KCP record Label (Kushesh creative Production/Promotion) and just released her new album under the record label with more hit tracks.
Singer, actress and television presenter Aya burst onto the South African entertainment scene in 2005, when she reached the Top6 on Idols South Africa and subsequently landed a recording contract with Sony Music SA.
From Mumbai to Maboneng, From Berlin’s hustle and bustle whip to Lesotho’s vast and silent mountainous grip. The trail that Bam Bam Brown is blazing is surely one carved by his own unique, fiery young hands.
Bok's music speaks of a love for his country and its people with a hint of humor here and there be added. "De la Rey," the first album with the eponymous title track, people sit up and take notice and multi-platinum sales achieved.
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He can be found singing at prestigious Corporate, private and government functions on most days.
An accomplished Artist, singer, musician, actor, producer, composer and entertainer. Brian Temba hails originally from Soshanguve, Tshwane. He began his music career as a backing singer for different artists including; Hugh Masekela, Jonathan Butler.
The Ensemble has performed several times in the presence of Nelson Mandela, for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 11, HRH Prince Charles and other members of the British Royal family, as well as for many distinguished foreign dignitaries.
Candace Barnwell is a versatile well-rounded performer with experience as Lead Singer in cabarets shows, Lead Singer in corporate entertainment bands, Actor and presenter in kid’s theatre and M.C.ing on corporate roadshows.
One of the most unique flute players in the world today, Carina Bruwer is praised far and wide for her phenominal technique combined with her idiosyncratic improvisation skills and soulful interpretations rarely associated with this instrument.
She started singing at a young age in the church choir. At the age of 17 she made her solo debut, which was followed by various offers for weddings and concerts, among them as “Maria” in The Sound of Music.
Danny K has become one of South Africa's BIGGEST, most versatile and accomplished recording artists, unleashing a slew of chart-topping hits and award winning albums and becoming a true superstar and household name in South Africa.
Duncan has got something special to add on the SA Hip Hop catalogue, he tells good, touching and interesting stories about human life, His articulation and Voice demands attention and delivers to the ear.
The trio which consists of Keabetwe Kototsi, Kabelo Thomane and Peter Letsaolo are re-inventing Soulful African ballads with their harmonies which are perfectly in sync coupled by their impeccable writing, blending the perfect music recipe.
Afro-operatic pop sensations The Gugulethu Tenors have become a household name in South Africa since the release of their self-titled debut album in 2011. They have performed at some of SA’s top events and festivals.
Whether it’s singing about South Africa (“Crazy Minds” and “Colours”) or affairs of the heart or even life, Combrink’s melodic material – his own brand of “acoustic funk reggae folk” – is absolutely all about good feelings.
Singer Jesse Clegg is one of South Africa’s most promising stars. His first single “Today” topped charts across the country late last year, and his new single “Heartbreak Street” is set to do the same.
Back in ’88 – at age 14 – Joe Nina talked a reluctant father into letting him take a stab at music. What followed next would become a unique musical trajectory spanning more than 20 years of South African music history.
Soul/R&B and Gospel are the obvious markers of Kaylow’s genre influences. Kaylows success is a tradition of robust singing and songwriting and where he finds himself now is on the verge of a landslide take-over.
Kent’s sound is eclectic with hints of RnB, Jazz, Old School and South Arfican House. With influences such as Ernie Smith, Jonathan Butler, John Mayer, Lira, Chris Brown to Temptations, Bruno Mars, he has a unique sound that expresses positive messages.
He was deemed to be crowned the first black South African Idol in the 2011 South Arican Idols, Arguably the most talented vocalist that has hit the idols since its inception, popularly known as Soet kind.
Sowetan born Letta Mbulu is a South African singing sensation known from her part in the musical King Kong as well as being honored with the lifetime achievement award at the South African Music Awards in 2001.
Mc Norman is widely acknowledged after working with Sam Amooti and Paddy at Jaaja Ansinansi and working at vibration disco club alongside junior plies compious, Dj Roberto, Papa Cidy, DJ Henry and Lota.
The Mzansi Youth Choir was established in July 2003 with the aim of affording talented, underprivileged teenagers and young adults (14-24 years) the opportunity to proficiently perform locally and abroad.
Artistic powerhouse Ntsiki Mazwai is a READ Ambassador, has hosted regular poetry and music sessions such as Monday Blues, Sheila’s Day and Streetpop, has established and produced the monthly ‘Mama Said’ sessions and is a sought-after MC.
Each year, the international talent television show The Voice SA rounds up the country’s most talented singers and brings them to our attention. South Africa’s Season 2 contestant PJ is one such talent.
David Jenkins, also known as Qadasi, is an accomplished Maskandi musician who developed a deep passion for Zulu culture and music at a young age growing up in Empangeni, right in the heart of Zululand.
Richard has been on a rollercoaster ride since winning The Voice SA on M-Net on 22 May having already earned his first major accolade of an iTunes #1 with his rendition of Simon & Garfunkel’s The Sound of Silence from the hit show.
Tamara Dey, Mariechan Luiters (Jamali) and Melissa Allison (Idols), Three of the most gorgeous and ridiculously talented female popstars come together for the love of doo-wop, motown and shoop shoop to form The Shoowop Shop.
SYNERGY is one of Cape Town’s premier live function duo’s. The band was formed in April 2007. Ever since, Synergy has been booked on a regular basis for various functions, hotels, weddings, restaurants and festivals.
Tamara has managed to cross all cultural, age & language barriers. She has unassumingly been recognised as one of the few SA artists contributing towards bridging the gap between all cultures, ages & races.
Elegant and eye-catching, The Galaxy Dress is a magnificent new corporate entertainment concept that includes nearly 1000 lights individually tailored to create a dazzling ‘fashion meets music meets LED’ effect.
Vicky Sampson is South African born, bred and is often mistaken for an overseas artist. The irony is that her "AFRICAN DREAM" penned by Mango Groove's keyboardist - Alan Lazar- is one that is heartfelt by this Caledonian.
Wanda Baloyi is back in the musical spotlight after a three-year break, with her new single titled Love & Life. The single marks Wanda’s new creative approach. For the first time, she has made use of the talents of a second creative to put pen to her entire lyric.
Zamajobe Sithole is evidently impacting the South African music scene with her debut album titled, NDAWO YAMI (My Place) the album that announces an arrival of substantial new talent on the continent’s recorded music scene.
Zikhona is a soulful pop artist who came into prominence during The Voice SA Season 2, where she scored herself a chair turn from Kahn, singing Nigerian artist Asa's Jailer, and made it to the Top 16 of the series.