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Artist Performance Contract

A performance agreement is a deal that you, the performing artist, strike with a promoter or venue owner. While you can have a verbal agreement, a written agreement –...

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Understanding Copyright Infringement

Unauthorized Copying is Against the Law Copyright law protects the value of creative work. When you make unauthorised copies of someone’s creative work, you are taking...

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Produce Music For Free

So you want to produce music but don’t have money to buy studio set-up? Don’t worry! There are plenty of online platforms you can use to put together beats....

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Choosing The Right Music Producer

The most important thing to a musician is the music that you create. You spend years developing a distinctive sound and style before finally getting the opportunity to...

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Mafikizolo To Heat Up The Bassline

The Kaya FM Presents Live @ The Bassline series is bringing in summer with a bang, with a line-up that just keeps getting better. Kaya FM is delighted to present true...

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Stone Jets – What I Say

It’s safe to say that the Stone Jets are jet-setting on a trajectory to becoming one of South Africa’s most beloved acts. Their debut EP ‘What I Say’ is a...

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2016 Wawela Music Awards Winners Announced

On Friday, 07 October 2016 the Southern African Music Rights Organisation NPC (SAMRO) announced winners for the 2016 Wawela Music Awards (WMAs). Revealed at a glitzy...

A young man dances to Kwaito music near his friend's sound system and car wash business on the streets of Alexandra Township in Johannesburg, South Africa September 24, 2007. Kwaito fans and artists often meet at a Saturday car wash to discuss music and neighborhood happenings. Kwaito, the musical genre emerging out of the South African townships at the end of apartheid, has traveled from homes, into the clubs, and out onto the streets, evolving into an urban culture that has swept the countries youth into communalized rebellion and self-expression through music and dance. Not unlike early blues and hip-hop in the US, Kwaito tells stories - of life impoverished, but also of being young and sexual and free. This work looks at Kwaito culture in the South African townships of Johannesburg..

Club Banga With Kwaito Mix

Today we take you down memory lane with some real old skul kwaito jams. On this music marathon brought to you by ClubBanga, you get to enjoy songs that once dominated...

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Youth Choir Auditions At SA State Theatre

Do you have a voice and always wanted to sing beyond the closet of your bathroom? Then this opportunity is for you. The South African State Theatre is looking for...

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Tutorials For FL Studio Beginners

If you are an FLStudio newbie looking for help in audio production, there are many articles to help you get started using FLStudio to create music and make those killer...