ART STATE Editor Ace Moloi reviews Prince KayBee’s new album I AM MUSIC.
Phonetic harmony is a goal that not many bands that set out to achieve ever do. But for the HARVEST Live in Concert band, reaching this goal is not only a feat they achieve—it is one they do so with grandeur, writes Thato Rossouw
HARVEST Live in Concert backing vocalists are a lively family with diverse yet corresponding personalities, writes Mpho Matsitle
Thembekile Tshabalala is a widely exposed worship personality with a uniquely powerful and richly anointed voice. She sings from the depth of her soul, and from her belly flow rivers of living waters, writes Ace Moloi
In all his greatness, ZOLA did not elevate us higher than the township—and so we left him behind, writes ART STATE Editor Ace Moloi.
A performer’s costume is a performance on its own. A boring outfit makes an artist work overtime—overcompensating, writes Kgotso Gila.
Poetry wonder kid Kwena Peu and his partner Cyblcastic returned to the public eye with a well-conceptualised and audience-captivating poetry showcase, ORDERED RANDOMNESS, which took place on 5 August 2017 at the University of the Free State, writes Ace Moloi.
On 12 August 2017, South Africa’s most loved musicians dazzled thousands of their fans inside the Vista Arena at the South Campus of the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, narrates Mpho Matsitle.
“If Twasa is the enthroned renaissance princess, Ba2Cada is a commoner who rose through the ranks of the radio movement, every step of the way, until his national call-up,” writes Ace Moloi.
With #RCTM Naycha and Prime Eezy show us why they are way out of reach in the Mangaung hip hop scene, writes Thandeka Diphoko.