Last year in September, Kimberly born multifaceted vocalist lordkez released visuals for her single ‘Sunday’, a music video that’s an ode to family bonds, friendship, timeless class & lovely monochromatic tones. As the video’s timeline draws closer to it’s annual anniversary, we decided to revisit this classic visual and celebrate it as our #VideoOfTheMonth for this year’s September. Still keeping close to our hearts the common memories we share on this very special day.
EMAMKAY is a South African record producer, emcee and keyboardist raised between Johannesburg Soweto and Pretoria. His dense sound is often likened to Lo-Fi with jazz overtones and a touch of hip hop. His recent soul and electronic inspired project ‘Delta‘ dropped in 2020 was showcased on 5FM’s (South Africa’s national radio station) award-winning show, Selective Styles with Kid Fonque. The 12 track album features only 3 artists namely ECHLN, Buli & KaeB
When rainy days come flooding in your life, it’s hard to see through the dark clouds of chaos. One healing component that has been the source of hope & inspiration for humankind through these tough times, is music. This became more evident when Emamkay & Bokang Ramatlapeng came together to bring us a beacon of hope in the form of their recent song ‘When The Sun Rises’ .
It took us a couple of years to finally hear the recorded version of the long awaited composition of Diteboho, named after the artist’s stage name ‘Diteboho’. Over time we’ve had the honour of witnessing the live rendition of this original masterpiece in different creative spaces, alongside his musical peers and in some instances as a solo act.
Nandile is a Creative, Rapper, Singer, Songwriter & Poet who’s abundance in creativity and originality highlights South Africa’s overflowing talents in the music industry. Her “Jam Sesh 1” record serves as New Age Artistry’s #SongOfTheMonthApril. Released on 24 July 2018, Nandile says “The song is about the mistakes in life. It gives off a reminiscent feel to it because its a reflection of where I was in my life when I recorded it.”