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Hip Hop Events / Notshi's album launch, Melville 26 Feb
« on: February 15, 2011, 07:12:31 PM »

Motswako has been a formidable force to be reckoned
within the last 13 years with 19 studio albums having been
released under this hip hop genre. Notshi, a 20 year old
Itsoseng native has impressed the likes of Tuks, HHP,
Mo'lemi and Khuli so much so, that they have all worked with
him on their projects or on Notshi's "Insert Coin".

The album title "Insert Coin" is a smart remark on the state of
entertainment as a whole. He refers to the fact that piracy has
hurt entertainment and his plea is for people to insert their
coins at music stores and purchase music. Having stepped
into the mainstream after being discovered on a blue-toothed
recording over a Fugees beat in 2009, he has been the buzz
of the Motswako fraternity.

Notshi (whose name translates to “bee” in SeTswana) had his
first taste of mainstream hip hop when he did the third verse on
a Lemonka track (that featured Tuks) on the award winning
Motswakotape and blew everyone away. Now he's a recording
artist with a well-received debut album and a single "Birthday
Weekend" featuring Maxhoba that has been on rotation at a
number of radio stations country-wide.

We invite you to join us with Khuli Chana & dj’s Lemonka; C-Live
and Chix Soulful on the 26th of February at Roxy’s in Melville to
launch Notshi's album and be the judge of how powerful
his sting will be in the entertainment industry. Doors open at 8PM.

that image is too small. where is this gig and at what time?

I modified it...

Dj Lemonka has envisioned a series of performances that encompa** the relationship between the DJ and the MC. The first featured artist for this series is the SAMA nominated ZUBZ who is is one of the most popular MCs performing in South Africa today.

General Discussion / Re: Any Mixtapes on the pipeline?
« on: November 26, 2008, 12:06:41 PM »
Dj Lemonka present Motswakotape...comin out next week friday!

Track list:

1.   Intro
2.   HHP –  Hot
3.   Tuks ft Notshi –  Game Over part 2
4.   Mathematics, Andrianto,  Flo, Motjeko ,Max-hoba – Skantla Jwalo
5.   Molemi  – 10111
6.   Khuli –  Young Man
7.   Hakeem – Thwanthsa Monwana
8.   Notshi – Reach For Your Goals
9.   Kops  - Motswako Radio 
10.   Towdee – Fudua (Motswako)
11.   L-Skills – Follow My Tracks
12.   Prof – Big Kauna
13.   Zeus and K.E.B and Don Juan– Nthumule o ny*le
14.   JR – The Journey
15.   HHP – Jabba Nthuse
16.   K.T –  Mogote
17.   Kea – Kgang

General Discussion / Re: Miriam Makeba
« on: November 10, 2008, 08:45:15 AM »
Sigh.....this has been a horrible year!

I remeber going to see her perform back when i was about 8 or 9 with my parents in a little auditorium. Twas just her and a mic. no big bang dancers and shit...just her, singing and telling stories between her songs, introducing the songs....

Wow....I'm saddened....may her soul rest in Peace :'(

Politics / Re: YES WE CAN
« on: November 05, 2008, 10:10:13 AM »
What a momentous occasion. WOW !!!

Finally America elects a capable president. As much as him being a "BLACK MAN" is a great symbol for the entire world,i think the world in return should not dwell on that too much, but rather acknowledge that he was the best candidate for the job.A man who gives people HOPE.The world hasn't had since Mandela's release.Feels like 94 all over again.New beginnings.

The speech was brilliant.Between that and his speech on RACE RELATIONS,i don't know which one takes the cake.

Big Ups to McCain as well.Took the defeat well.Loved the way he quietened down his supporters when he was congratulating Barack when they started booing him.

Was listening to 702 and they made mention of how wonderful it is that there's no talk of "Power-Sharing" deals, and oh, let me be the Prime Minister here and there for another year,blah blah.People VOTE.One Winner.One Loser.Keep it Moving. AFRICA TRULY NEEDS TO LEARN.TRUE DEMOCRACY SHINES again.


I'm listening to his acceptance speech right now. This is a great moment in history. Indeed not just for Americans, but the world as a whole. The incredible trust and faith that the Americans had in electing their first black president, and a capable candidate at that was just inspiring. A vote makes a difference. "This victory is not the change, but the chance to make the change".

Big Up to man who overcame many critics just because he didn't have as much political experience as his running mates. I'm so inspired. Got goosebumps all over!

YES WE CAN make a difference! YES WE CAN overcome whatever obsticles are thrown our way. With dediaction and the will to achieve, the audacity of hope will pull u through.

Humour / Jokes / Re: Chris Rock
« on: November 04, 2008, 02:54:25 PM »
any1 c the steve harvey stand up he did for Megafest?it was for a church festival so he couldn't swear...the dude was strained bt he made it the whole way.the show had a strange feeling to it without the expletives though,tells you how much some comedian's acts depends on them.

Shit was too funny. Twas like he was constipated...he let out a curse tho...and said he wasn't ai, Steve

Ne-Yo - Together
The Roots - You Got me

Sade - Love is Stronger Than Pride

General Discussion / Re: worlds hottest chicks
« on: November 04, 2008, 12:33:32 PM »

Ayo V-Dub, it's like we on the same page homey. Man dem Ethiopan chicks is fly for real. Once again a breakdown of S.A. city by city:

1: MafTown / Mmabatho (Tswana mami's is da truth for real!)

4: Pretoria ('bout 75% of those honies is from other parts of S.A.)
5: Jozi (almost the same thing as Pretoria though Soweto and Gommora chicks is nice, Dobsonville I see you!)

9: Potchefstroom and Klerksdorp (dem Tswana chicks yo!)


General Discussion / Re: African Literature
« on: October 30, 2008, 03:25:43 PM »
Bessie Head - Maru
                   When rain clouds gather

Chinua Achebe - Things fall apart

Nozipho Maraire - Zenzele: A Letter for my daughter (Great read)

General Discussion / Re: Worst lyrics in hip hop history
« on: October 15, 2008, 11:05:57 AM »
Co-sign on Infa ::) ::)

Ramesh: Steaks(stakes) are high, nje nge nkomo e bhem' intshango......
it's actually just a funny line...but still not i guess its wack.... ::) ???

Movie Talk / Re: Desperade Housewives/Sex & the city
« on: October 10, 2008, 02:06:47 PM »
Just finished waching the 1st 3 episodes of season five of boston just gets beta n beta.alan shore is too much, can anyone be that brilliant (bar Gregory House who is superhuman/other wordly)?
House season 5 is also off the chain...js wish the US didn synchronize the airing of their best shows js b4 my exams...every year...eeeeek!

Where do you dl House season 5 from? I needs it.

Anyone seen any of the Heroes season 3 shit yet?

Where do u dl Heroes Season 2? I only have 5 episodes...

Movie Talk / Re: these niccas got BEAT!!!
« on: October 10, 2008, 01:53:18 PM »
Jay-Z ft Eminem - "renegade" Em pulled Jay-Z by the lips on this one

General Discussion / Re: Trouble getting on to AG
« on: October 10, 2008, 01:34:23 PM »
Yeah... same here... then i gotta close all my browsers and try again...

I usually just go "Back" and then after like two minutes, it works again....

General Discussion / Re: Trouble getting on to AG
« on: October 10, 2008, 01:32:56 PM » also has that Forbidden 404 or something like that

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