South Africa is not a war torn country and unlike many other African countries, all South Africans are citizens of an independent state. It is with this in mind that I'd like to reflect on what Human Rights Day means in South Africa.In a democratic South Africa, it means we all should share in the … Continue reading Human Rights Day
I wrote a post on Deshanta's World about the South African Music Awards and think it's worth a read if you're a South African music fan. This year's nominees are a bunch of really talented super starts in their own right and they deserve all the support they get!Check it out here
I read about an artist who was going to use new age technology to release his debut album in South Africa. I didn't really believe it until I saw an article on BizCommunity covering the subject.It's amazing how innovative people can be when they put their minds to it and I guess the artist 'J' … Continue reading SA music releases 2.0
Two major developments in the South African music industry have paved the wave for new and exciting methods of marketing an artist's album. I'm a geek and as part of the movement in SA, I follow the 27Dinner event which happens bi-monthly in JHB and Cape Town. Upon following the feedback from one of the … Continue reading SA Artists doing it for themselves
It's been a while and my time at Osiris seems to be a distant memory now that the end of 2007 is closing in on me. Nevertheless there are new opportunities on the horizon for this blog next year, as I will not let things go to pot.My friends were gracious enough to create this … Continue reading Bye bye Osiris…hello world!