Saturday, 8 June 2019

New Music: Godzealah - Beer Beer


New track titled "Beer Beer" from Zama Ngubane, best known as Godzealah. 

The idea behind the track came from everything said by people while talking about their favorite alcohol, Godzealah said. 
While listening to people's conversations, I realized that there hasn't been anything out there recently that beer lovers can relate to, Godzealah further explained. 

The intention behind the track was for it to become an anthem for Heineken supporters. 

More about Godzealah:

Named and born as Zama Ngubane (born June 03, 1994), Godzealah, is a South African rapper and producer. Born and raised in Zola, Soweto where most well-known kwaito artists emerged from, which is where he picked up his influences; the likes of Zola, Mandoza, and many more.  

Godzealah started his first interest of producing at the age of 9 years. He is also a member of a music collective named South Side Gorealers. The group has graced many stages on the Johannesburg internet rap scene. 

Godzealah is also known for gracing crowds with his catchy sing-along hooks while his witty bars resembles the sounds of old school rap artists and the flair of the new skool.

Stream and listen to his latest track below. 


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Tuesday, 9 April 2019

New Event: South West Courtside Day


South West Courtside to host the first of many upcoming Bootcamp and family day events. The event is aimed at bringing fitness and entrepreneurship in the same space while having fun and networking. 

The day will kick start with the Bootcamp conducted by Moagi Seete.
NB: R100 secures your spot for the bootcamp. Send your details to email: southwestcourtside@gmail.com

Also, if you have paid for the BOOTCAMP then you do not need to pay for entrance 🤟🏽🤟🏽

Furthermore, food stalls are available and your spot will only be secured once feedback has been given via email. (please see email address below) 


Other things to look forward to:
- Tattoo artist
- Customised t-shirts of #SouthWestCourtsideDay with your name at the back
- Basketball Shootouts 
- Back To The City tickets giveaway
- Vodacom Prices

South West is also reaching out to the community, requesting for any clothing, shoes and blankets donations to give out to those unable to keep themselves covered and warm. Help us help your community. 

For more info, please email: 
southwestcourtside@gmail.com

History is about to be made. Make sure you'll be part of it. 

Venue: Jabavu basketball court
Date:  13/04/2019
Time: 9am - 7pm.


See you there. 


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Thursday, 23 August 2018

SA Hip Hop Awards Submissions Details Announced


The 7th annual South African Hip-Hop Awards(SAHHA) have released all the submission details for this year’s awards.

The awards are due to take place in Tshwane on 19 December 2018 to celebrate the greatest achievements within the local hip hop industry over the past year.

As with any other award ceremony, the SAHHAs will only accept entries of work that was done with a certain time period and that meets a certain criteria.

Those wishing to qualify for nomination are advised that only work that was produced and released between 15 September 2017 and 15 September 2018 will be considered.

The submitted work (album/mixtape/video/event/song) must have been released or have occurred in South Africa.

The artist or groups of artists wishing to submit their work must be of South African origin or at least, be in possession of a valid RSA work permit.
Foreign nationals who do hold RSA work permits are also only allowed to submit work that was produced and released in Mzansi during the specified time period.

For hard copy submissions, entrants must produce one correctly labelled envelope containing two physical copies of their CDs, an artist profile as well as a press release.

These may be submitted at the Museum Africa in Newtown, Johannesburg between 8am and 5pm daily.

Alternatively, entrants may also courier their entries to The Franklin Building at 4 Pritchard Street in Johannesburg.

Hopefuls may also submit their work via dropbox by attaching one correctly labelled ZIP file containing digital copies of the artist/group’s work, profiles and press releases.

Submission will run from 03 September until 28 September 2018.

Find out about the criteria for each of the 32 qualifying categories here

Submit online via: 

OR

Physical Address:
Courier Deliveries:
4 Pritchard Street,
1801 The Franklin Building,
Johannesburg, 2001

Good luck to everyone!!!!

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Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Mac Miller Shares 3 New Songs - Buttons, Programs, Small Worlds



Mac Miller surprised his fans on 30 May 2018 by releasing 3 singles out of nowhere; titled Buttons, Small Worlds and Programs. 

The songs touches on the recent events of his life after breaking up with Ariana Grande and getting in trouble with the law.

Get the songs below



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Tuesday, 22 May 2018

New Music: Smino and Mick Jenkins team up on “New Coupe, Who Dis?”

Smino and Mick released a new collaborative track called “New Coupe, Who Dis?” which features production from Smino himself alongside THEMpeople.

Both Smino and Mick teased fans on social media for a while by posting Instagram stories of them together working on this joint.

Get the song here and tell us what you think.
Smino and Mick - “New Coupe, Who Dis?”



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Monday, 14 May 2018

New Music Video: Bishop Lamont ft. Ryu & Apathy - Un-American


Bishop Lamont drops visuals for his track “Un-American”. On this joint, Lamont took a stand to address the issues that had an impact in America such as governmental ties to ISIS, treatment of Palestinians and police
misconduct. As per Lamont, no person voted for in government was going to change the nation, everybody had to take responsibility and do their part to change the world.

“I’m very proud of my newest visual!!! It’s been a very long road to finally arrive at really being able to do things the way you feel in your heart without being held back or told to wait!” said Lamont 

And yes!!! All said in the track did not just end there. Lamont did not just wear his Bishop hat and preached change; he hosted a successful benefit concert called Project Hope LAhelping raise funds for organizations at the forefront of ending homelessness in his community.

The visuals are directed by R54 and Rillah, edited by: I.Carlen & The Fuse Brothers. 

Stream and download the track 



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Monday, 7 May 2018

Music Video:Childish Gambino - This Is America

Donald Glover (aka Childish Gambino) has struck a nerve in the US with the release of
the video for his new song, This is America.

The song serves as a commentary on the condition of black people in America and
American culture as a whole in 2018. This concept is represented clearly in the
video, along with the fact that the problems that Americans think they can
ignore eventually catch up to them.

The stark contrast between the happy, carefree chorus and the dark, aggressive
verses highlights the way the black experience is perceived in popular culture
versus reality. This contrast can also allude to the cyclical shifts in mood in
America whenever there is a shooting – one second, the entire nation is in an
uproar, but the next, they are happy and unconcerned, placated by vapid pop
culture trends, and the cycle persists.

Glover’s credentials as an artist have moved into the realm of musical legitimacy by the
sheer force of his own creative agency.




“This is America (skrrt, skrrt, woo)
Don't catch you slippin' up (ayy)
Look at how I'm livin' now
Police be trippin' now (woo)
Yeah, this is America (woo, ayy)
Guns in my area (word, my area)
I got the strap (ayy, ayy)
I gotta carry 'em…”

The song is Glover’s first single since 2017, when he released Terrified from his album Awaken, My Love.

Social media exploded with reactions applauding Glover for his creativity.


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New Music: Godzealah - Beer Beer

New track titled "Beer Beer" from Zama Ngubane, best known as Godzealah.  The idea behind the track came from everything...