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Inkabi rap originator, Big Zulu, is not shy to speak his mind and express himself, his music is a clear testament to that. The rapper has a knack of using his dense lyrical content and

Have you ever heard an artist confess to not liking their own music? It's rare neh? That's because when an artist makes music, they invest more than just their time. It often becomes a reflection

They are known as the only duo in the South African hip hop landscape and they are currently killing the game. B3nchMarQ came through to speak about the video for All On Me amongst other

5FM Radio Host and Club DJ, Noni Rwaxa a.k.a Ms Cosmo just revealed in an exclusive interview she did with us that she has recorded a hip hop song and it is dropping in early

Duncan Skuva came through to our offices and he gave us an exclusive insight to the nasty beef that broke out between him and Native Rhythms rapper, Mthinay Tsunam'. He spoke about how and where

Shane Eagle, real name Shane Patrick Hughes was born June 7, 1996, in Johannesburg East. Shane comes from a multicultural home, where his father is of Irish descent and his mother is Coloured.  Due to

It has only been a year since Hip-Hop artist Shane Eagle (Shane Patrick Hughes) came to fame on Vuzu TV’s first ever hip-hop competition and reality show, The Hustle.  Eagle didn't win the show as

Siyabonga Nene, better known by his monikor Big Zulu, is a rapper and lyricist who hails from Kwa-Zulu Natal. He is known as the originator of a style of rap and overall lifestyle known as

Maftown motswakolista Profresher KT says that there is no rapper that he is afraid of, "I end people's careers" he told us: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWLIOWPyWo8

Shane Eagle explains his controversial verse on the now or never song he is featured on by DJ Switch, the song also features Shane Eagle, Proverb, Reason & Kwesta. Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0cJ4sYZnjU