South Africa’s hip-hop scene is at a very good place right now. With the array of different sounds emerging, it’s no surprise that the artists are just as diverse – from trap, to the rappers drawing influences from indigenous African sounds.
Whether you’re lacing up your sneakers ahead of a busy day, admiring them at the end of one or simply engaging in conversation about them, it’s no doubt that the rubber sole and synthetic material play a prominent role in your self-expression and add a little bit of excitement to an otherwise ordinary day.
It’s not always easy to stand out in the world of music production.
Local talent is the best kind of talent and in this interview with PJ Offner, we get to understand the mind of an illustrator that is contributing to the boiling pot of creativity in SA.
Daddy Longstem let us come to his birthday and get a better understanding of both the rapper’s life and outlook on the game.
Fifthpower talks to us about his artistic evolution.
Unlike some artists, Dope Saint Jude isn’t predictable.
Explore the artwork of Masu.
Where many stumble, OHYESLORD soars. Peep the interview with a graphic designer who allows his love for Hip Hop to steer his career and illustrations.
Revivolution doesn’t need an introduction.