Nasty C is the most streamed South African artist on Apple Music.
The score for his directorial musical debut, Neptune Frost, which is based on Williams' tale about hackers living in a Burundian village made up of recycled computer parts.
The Nigerian-Greek NBA MVP is releasing a limited edition run of his Nike collab, 'Zoom Freak 1.'
After giving us an incredible sneak preview with 'Spirit', all 13 tracks are now available to stream.
This is a must-watch.
"I am here where I belong, at the people's house, and you're just going to have to deal,"—Congresswoman Ilhan Omar
The sleek baseball jersey was designed to celebrate the 25th anniversary of "The Lion King."
Oyelowo and Storm Reid shine in the new trailer for the upcoming psychological thriller.
The artist's beautiful visual ode to his daughter will tug at your heartstrings.
Juls shares another single ahead of the release of his forthcoming album "Colour."
After months of deadly protests, both parties have finally reached an agreement.
Rest in peace to one of "South Africa's greatest sons."
The couple are giving us all the feels in their latest music video.
Featuring Sir Elvis, Jess Sah Bi & Peter One, Emma Ogosi and more.
Here are some of the best songs to remember South Africa's son of the soil.
Featuring Stonebwoy, Mahmoud Ahmed, Tiwa Savage x Zlatan, Africa Express, Juls x Mr Eazi and more.
Queen Bey continues to include and give a nod to African talent in her visuals.
We speak to Moonchild Sanelly, Muzi and Mr Jukes about their contributions to the new album.
The remarkable journey of the 2019 Rising Chef of the Year is set to be told on the big screen.
The 4-minute film by the Nigerian director explores the interplay of various factors contributing to Nigeria's current political climate.
"The soundtrack is a love letter to Africa," says Beyoncé.
The new and annual prize has been established in honor of the journalist and founder of Interactive TV who was recently killed in an attack in Somalia.
The artists are in a celebratory mood in the music video for their standout collaboration.
The artist says that he will challenge President Yoweri Museveni on behalf of the people.
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"People have to realize that they have to be mentally strong and they have to know that they are seeds."
This a huge feat for the 4-year-old Nigerian start-up.
Thousands of protesters across Sudan took to the streets and held vigil over the weekend to mourn fallen protesters.
It's easily one of our favorite tracks of the summer.
The renowned disk jockey features Nigerian great D'banj and up-and-coming artist Flash in this single.