Young Fathers are headed to South Africa for a 2-city tour with Mashayabhuqe KaMamba, Card On Spokes, Okmalumkoolkat, Zaki Ibrahim and more.
Spoek Mathambo’s Future Sound Of Mzansi Mixtape Series: Zaki Ibrahim
Spoek Mathambo's 'Future Sound Of Mzansi Mixtape Series' returns with 22 minutes of music by Zaki Ibrahim.
Watch The Cape Flats-Filmed Visuals for Zaki Ibrahim’s ‘Draw The Line’
Canadian/South African singer Zaki Ibrahim releases the visuals for "Draw The Line" the first track on her debut album "Every Opposite."...
Spoek, Petite Noir, Zaki Ibrahim & More Cover Fela Kuti’s ‘Zombie’
Watch Spoek's cover of Fela Kuti's "Zombie" featuring Zaki Ibrahim, Petite Noir and more.
Audio: Zaki Ibrahim ‘Conjure’ [Jumping Back Slash Remix]
South Africa's remix master Jumping Back Slash lends his touch to a house rework of Zaki Ibrahim's 'Conjure' track, off her 2012 album 'Every Opposite' - to excellent results.
Okayafrica’s Top 12 Music Videos of 2012
We round up 2012's top African music videos featuring selections from Mirel Wagner, The Very Best, Petite Noir, and more!
Interview: Cape Town World Music Festival
Interview with founder of the Cape Town World Music Festival, Ma’or Harris.
Video: Reason ‘Do It Like I Can’
Damn, the folks over at Motif Records sure don’t sleep.
Video: Zaki Ibrahim ‘Go Widdit’
Zaki Ibrahim goes 90s-throwback in her latest video for the Wawesh-produced single “Go Widdit.” Scenes of matador outfits and voguing backup dancers are inter-spliced as the SA-meets-Kenya electronic...
Interview: Zaki Ibrahim Talks Every Opposite
There’s something about Canadian-born South African singer/songwriter Zaki Ibrahim that resists rigid classification; a refusal to be inhibited by the world.
Video: Zaki Ibrahim ‘The Do’
Zaki Ibrahim drops a Black Swan-esque video for her new electro-ballad single “The Do.” The song and clip tell the “story of a woman who has...
Photos: Zaki Ibrahim Album Release Party Joburg
Zaki Ibrahim’s first full-length album Every Opposite dropped in South Africa on June 4th.
Film/Audio: Otelo Burning
To accompany the release of the 13-time AMAA nominated film, the directors teamed up with hip-hop poet Tumi Molekane’s Motif Records to produce the Otelo Burning Mixtape.