House legends DJs Christos, Vinny Da Vinci plan to turn up the heat in Bloemfontein next weekend (10-13 October 2014) to showcase their ultimate mixes for fans that are looking for the best entertainment in the house
The Rhythm Festival, hosted at the Bloemfontein show grounds promises a stellar entertainment line-up which includes international House queens, Monique Bingham and Portia Monique who will grace the event with a soulful experience.
The music festival is aimed at thousands of fans who celebrate culture, football and the magnitude of what the Free State has to offer.
Make your way down to Bloemfontein to enjoy a music revolution that also includes Ralf Gum, DJ Black Coffee, DJ Shimza, Culoe De song and Kanunu; to name a few.
PRETORIA – The City of Tshwane and organisers for the Tribe One Dinokeng Festival on Thursday accused each other of being responsible for the fiasco surrounding the event.
R65 million of taxpayers’ money was used for the event, including a R10 million deposit for US rapper Nicki Minaj to perform at the festival. Continue reading
FRESH from winning two awards at the 12th Metro FM Awards, singer Donald Moatshe’s second album, Train of Love, has gone gold.
Presented with the gold disc by Universal Music’s Thabiso Mogwatlhe during Metro FM’s lunchtime show The Secret Ingredient, Moatshe was left dumbstruck.
“I don’t know what to say,” he said.
Moatshe was invited for an interview on the show and had no idea he would be presented with the gold disc by his record company.
A gold disc is achieved when 20000 CDs have been sold.
“I started singing way back under the guidance of Selaelo Selota and I’m glad to have come this far,” he said during the interview. Continue reading
Ray J is proud Kanye West referenced his sex tape with Kim Kardashian on his song ‘Clique’, but insists his own new track ‘I Hit It First’ isn’t about his reality TV star ex-girlfriend.
The RnB star – who appeared in the raunchy film with the 32-year-old reality TV star in 2007, which kick-started her rise to fame – was happy when he learned Kanye referred to the intimate home movie in his song ‘Clique’ because it reflects ”real life”.
In the track, Kanye – who is expecting his first child with Kim – raps: ”My girl a superstar all from a home movie.” Ray J said: ”A few people called me and I was like, ‘That’s what music is about, talking about real life.’ ” Although his own latest single, ‘I Hit It First’, refers to a girl who ”might move on to rappers and ballplayers,” who ”chose to go west” and with whom he wants to make ”another movie,” Ray J is adamant it isn’t about Kim, despite the apparent references.
He told Yahoo! Music: ”When people first heard the lyrics or read the lyrics online they kinda took the song somewhere it wasn’t supposed to go. ”It’s life put into a music form from my perspective.” However, he is rumoured to have cast a Kim lookalike for the accompanying music video, which he says ”pokes fun” at his life. Continue reading
KELLY Rowland isn’t shy to show off her sexy body in videos and she also isn’t afraid to sing about what she likes in the bedroom!
Following from the success of her Motivation and Ice tracks, both featuring Young Money rapper Lil’Wayne, Kelly sets out to play the sexy video vixen in Kisses Down Low.
To be honest, the song, produced by Mike WiLL Made It, doesn’t really challenge her vocal abilities, which we believe are a lot stronger, but who said a girl can’t play around in the studio every now and then?! It appears as though Kelly had a lot of fun shooting this colourful video!
She rocks outfits with every colour in the rainbow, so if you’re not a fan of the “colour blocking” trend. you have been warned, LOL! TRACE URBAN plays only the best videos and this wouldn’t be on our play list if it wasn’t good. Check it out!
Rihanna is heading to South Africa for two shows.After a weekend of social media chatter, Big Concerts confirmed the news on their Facebook page this morning, announcing that the We Found Love superstar would be performing in Johannesburg or Cape Town this October.
The Diamonds World Tour – which kicks off in North America this week – is scheduled for the FNB Stadium Johannesburg on Sunday 13 October and Cape Town Stadium on Wednesday 16 October.
Tickets for the Diamonds World Tour in South Africa will go on sale for Johannesburg at 9am on Thursday 11 April, with tickets priced between R330 and R930; Continue reading
He is not in the business of making silly statements just for laughs. He has paid his dues in life and laughter.
In 2002 he gave up his job as a copywriter and a year before that he crushed his parents’ dream of having an accountant for a son.
Mulaudzi gave it all up for a place in the burgeoning field of stand-up comedy.
“We are one of the best comedy industries in the world. No Joke. Our country is rich in material,” he says.
Mulaudzi’s comic experiences are vast. He is a product of Horror Café’s comedy nights, which ceased with the closing of the café a few years ago. He shared the stage with Trevor Noah, Eugene Khoza and Tumi Morake and witnessed how the seeds of local comedy took root. Continue reading
She’s always loved the limelight, and insiders say Bonang ‘B*’ Matheba has been the centre of attention since childhood. Bonga Percy Vilakazi catches up with her just as her new show, The Link, premiers on TV.
Since she was a little girl, this livewire Cancerian has consistently attracted attention.
‘I’ve always been an overachiever,’ she giggles.
‘By the time I was in my senior years at Fourways High School I was a prefect, cheerleader, played first-team netball and participated in the school’s theatre production. I did everything. My geography teacher, Mrs Du Preez, said I was going to be on TV one day because I deserved to be seen by everyone.’
Bonang’s aunt, Thole Shabane, agrees with the teacher’s assessment.
‘I’ve lived with Bonang all her life, and she’s always been this talkative, high-spirited child,’ she says. Continue reading