Busiswa to release a documentary about her life

Gqom sensation Busiswa is getting ready to release a biographical documentary! Titled Busiswa: An Unbreakable Story, it will premier at the African Rising International Film Festival this month. In the press release of the film, Busiswa: An Unbreakable Story is described as a story that traces the Bazoyenza hitmaker’s roots in the Eastern Cape. It […]Read More

Busiswa graces the cover of True Love Magazine

Busiswa appears on the cover of South African fashion, beauty and lifestyle magazine, True Love. The 31-year-old singer-songwriter shares the music journey with her fans on the December 2019 issue of the magazine. Busiswa shared the cover of the magazine on Twitter with a caption, “Help us make some noise for her majesty, the queen […]Read More

Busiswa launches her own record label!

Gqom sensation Busiswa is now a certified boss! The star recently launched her very own record label Majesty Music Africa. She shared snippets from the launch which was held at Max’s Lifestyle, Umlazi on her Instagram. Attending the event were fellow musos such as Rude Boyz and Nokwazi. “As I start a new chapter in […]Read More

Feathers Awards Nominations 2019 – Full List of Nominees Revealed!

The 2019 Feathers Awards nominees were revealed on Thursday (Aug. 28) at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg and some of the biggest stars and rising artists were among the names. Nominees include the likes of Somizi, Bonnie Mbuli, Rachel Kolosi, Busiswa,Mally Simelane, Cedric Fourie, Lazizwe, Thuso Mbedu, Bonang Matheba, Sho Madjozi, Moshe Ndiki, Phelo Bala, Dineo […]Read More

Sho Madjozi earns three 2019 AFRIMMA Nominations

Singer Sho Madjozi whose real name is Maya Christinah Xichavo Wegerif has received three nominations from the 6th annual Africa Music Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA) 2019. The 27-year-old BET Award winner was nominated for Video of the Year, Best Newcomer and Best Female Southern Africa. Other South African musicians nominated for Best Female Sourthern Africa were […]Read More

Sjava, Burna Boy & More join Afropunk Joburg 2019 Lineup!

The 2019 Afropunk Joburg just announced another round of performers that includes Sjava! The 34-year-old award-winning rapper whose real name is Jabulani Hadebe is set to take the stage during the music festival alongside Nigerian Afro-fusion singer Burna Boy. Other announced artists include American singer-songwriter and Grammy winner Miguel and Blinky as well as previous […]Read More

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