More than just girls and guys who can sing these artists know how to perform. They were born to sing and share their talent with the world.

Meet Desert Chyld: a bubbly and charismatic young lady with a tremendous passion for soul music. Rest assured that in her world nothing is the norm, because she’s a firm believer in the saying ‘conformity breeds mediocrity’. >>read more

It’s easy to see just how passionately TK is taking the music she is making in 2003: Following the recording of the title track of her third album, Black Butterfly, the singer went out and got herself a beautiful black butterfly tattoo on her left arm, now on beautiful display on the cover of her just-released album. >>read more

Loyiso first tasted success with the release of his EP Musukukhala whose moving lyrics coupled with the passionate rendition, endeared him to women and custodians of home-grown talent who were pleasantly stunned at the depth of his emotion. By the time he unleashed the single Silky Soft Skin, the converted music lovers were already sold. >>read more

When one speaks of the art of music, it is said that the musicians are the leaders. The musicians being the ones to carry the voice of the people. Words of consciousness, love and hope are exactly what new solo artist Mxolisi Lokwe aka MXO produces in his music. Through his lyrics and vocal passion, the emotion that invokes can be described as nothing less than poetry spoken soulfully representing all of South Africa. >>read more

The Feela Sistah! Spoken Word Collective formed in March of 2003 to give voice to positive black women. These poets address critical social issues, talk to god, openly speak of love and sex and celebrate the joy of Africa. Lebo Mashile, Napo Masheane, Ntsiki Mazwai and Myesha Jenkins offer a fresh and inspirational insight into the minds, hearts and spirits of black women today. >>read more

Don Laka has been wearing a humdinger of a smile over the past few weeks and the reason for that is: Palesa - an incredibly awesome trio of beautiful singers he’s just uncovered, and is ready to flaunt with pride. >>read more

What do The Flintstones, The Manhattan Brothers, Caiphus and Letta, Port Elizabeth and London and a beautiful new voice on the SA music scene have in common. A friendly, vibrant, soulful singer named Pebbles.  >>read more

Seipati “Twasa" as she is affectionantely known by her many adoring fans.

You may be unable to change your past, but the future is yours to shape. Keep your dreams alive, calculate the costs of achieving them & be willing to sacrifice. >>read more

2004 marks the debut full-length album release from Temba's favorite sons Khalil. Tshepo, B-king, Kay & J of k are the soulful quartet that are bound to set South Africa alight, with their harmonious rhythms, intelligently naughty lyric's and some of the tightest production work to come out of any South African studio! >>read more