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General Discussion / Re: I AM Hip-Pop
« on: October 24, 2008, 10:48:57 AM »
sumhow im glad i havent heard those hip pop tracks....jus umsindo n muthaland (radion n tv)

General Discussion / Re: Yo Song of the Day 2008!
« on: October 23, 2008, 10:25:08 AM »
Hustlerz prayer - freeway

Geek Section / Re: Sick in Jail
« on: October 22, 2008, 12:51:41 PM »
Interesting very interesting...but wat if u r wrongfully accused (zuma doesn't count) and then they cut it off only to find out later that it was all a setup, that u r innocent...wat then...

....lets jus hope 4 yo sake they do giv condoms inside n "THEY" use 4 the lost inches....dont cry ova spilled milk

Geek Section / Re: Sick in Jail
« on: October 22, 2008, 09:31:24 AM »
I really don't know how to feel about this subject. Last night I watched special a**ignment and the footage was disgusting.
People are dying in South African Jails.
One dude was told while he was applying for medical perol that the only way his leaving the prison earlier would be throw AVBOB.  :'(
People in wheel chairs getting No a**istance.
HIV AIDS is a huge killer in jails and people are left to die.
I know they aint saints, but that makes me wonder what kind of government we have. I mean why are there no arv's in jail? huh?

...atleast condoms

Sports Arena / Re: Liverpool Vs Chelski
« on: October 21, 2008, 12:10:46 PM »
I don't support either of the teams, but i think Chelsea r a better team and gonna win this, I predict a chiefs---arrows type as the  final score :)

You're obviously on drugs if you think Chelski is gonna put 4 past us.

I agree with Sir Black. they're not taking a thing.

Thats what the chiefs players said when their Sangoma told them Arrows was gonna score 4 goals.... Anyways like i said, Chelsea is gonna win by whateva amount of goals its gonna b, they are a better team...

u sound certain.  i will enjoy the game. and evaluate yo accuracy

General Discussion / Re: 251 COPIES UP IN 2 DAYS
« on: September 30, 2008, 06:47:41 PM »
Upload 1 single hit u've made. Has anybody on here heard a single track frm yo gold-!@?#*¿-myne collection

General Discussion / Re: My list of shit i wish to never see im my life
« on: September 11, 2008, 08:12:09 AM »
Can anyone tell  the guy to talk properly, De Villiers's voice its like he just ate a frog or ate red chillies  while talking.  Rugbywise he may have some flaws but hes getting there bit by bit with his style.

De Villiers is gangsta gangsta....a speak eazy

Geek Section / Re: Microsoft Sql Server 2005 Tutorials\Guides
« on: September 11, 2008, 08:01:37 AM »
Does anyone have MS Sql server 2005 tutorials on video or pdf format or a link where I can get them?

heres the link u request:

General Discussion / Re: your expectations on mad rappers album
« on: September 09, 2008, 07:18:15 PM »
ayo mad emailed me this shit, check it out


General Discussion / Re: Wonderful Food!!
« on: September 09, 2008, 02:33:00 PM »
c-jay rhymez = mad rapper....not tasty

Hot Traxxx / Re: UDABA
« on: September 09, 2008, 08:14:33 AM »
gonna miss bout sum fotos from the event??

General Discussion / Re: COMPLIMENTS
« on: August 28, 2008, 09:01:48 AM »
Daym have ya'll noticed hw Cash is slowly turning AG into a Womens Appreciation Forum..its all gud tho..But i Hope this ends soon as Augus ends..Wats happening to the good old Ether..Anyway back to the topic at hand..Ladies how do u tell if a compliment is real/sincere or dude is jst trying too hard to please u.?i like pa**in compliments wit  innocent lil jokes. it usually works ,especiall if shawty sees im not drunk

u typed my deepest thoughts

Hot Traxxx / UDABA
« on: August 28, 2008, 08:48:30 AM »
Udaba Band Profile

Udaba (the matter/issue at hand) is a collective group of scholars/students, artists and
entrepreneurs who are commonly engaged in the production of a musical project. The
style of music that Udaba creates draws its influences from various music genres. It is a
fusion of jazz, vernacular lyricism and African indigenous music. The central theme of the
music is the use of African languages (isiXhosa) to inform especially illiterate rural youths
about the dynamic of culture within a transforming African society. The message it
carries deals with issues ranging from cultural and historical heritage to the present day
social and political challenges faced by the African continent.
Udaba draws their inspiration from Xhosa literature so as to translate it into musically
meaningful ways in the form of praise singing, lyrical essays and poetry. This is the
reason why they refer to their kind of music as Umculo Buciko (musical essays).
Since 2006 Udaba has performed in the Observatory Festival, Grahamstown Arts Festival,
in addition to the club performances from Imbizo Jazz Café (East London) to
Independent Armchair Theater (Cape Town).

Band member's personal profiles

Sakhile Moleshe
Sakhile is from Edikeni (Alice), a small town in the Eastern Cape. He is a composer,
pianist, guitarist and a vocalist and is currently studying BMus degree in jazz studies at
the UCT (University of Cape Town) South African College of Music. He has been a
member of the Standard Bank National Youth Big Band and been involved in live music
performances around Cape Town, Johannesburg and Grahamstown arts festival since
2002. He has been recently invited by the state Deputy President Phumzile Mlambo
Ngcuka to perform in Sweden as a member of the South African delegation in
bi-national conference in the Schengen States. He has also been attending workshops at
the Zimology institute founded by the jazz icon Zim Ngqawana, and subsequently
performed as one of two vocalists in the Zimology ensemble 2007 in Johannesburg.
Dineo Pule
Dineo is from East London, Eastern Cape. She is a composer and a jazz vocalist and is
currently engaged in postgraduate studies in rural development at the UFH (University of
Fort Hare). Over the past few years she has recorded and performed with award winning
jazz artists Simphiwe Dana, African folk singer and social activist Tu Nokwe,
Mozambican Afro pop band Wantima and the Roots2000. She has also worked with
fine artist/photographer Tsakane Maubane on an upcoming visual art project.
Sibusiso Mnyanda
Sibusiso is from Alice, Eastern Cape. He is a praise singer/lyricist and is currently
studying a BA degree in philosophy at the University of Fort Hare. In the last couple of
years, he has been a permanent feature in a series of poetry sessions known as Word o
Mouth, Izwi Likantu Spoken Word sessions in Cape Town and Grahamstown. At the
university, he has participated in various campus activities such as the Incoko, a
programme inspired by literature and the art of spoken word.
Pumelele Lavisa
Pumelele is from Butterworth, Eastern Cape. He is a lyricist and a percussionist and is
currently studying BSocSc in anthropology at the UFH. He has been involved in the
conceptual development of various Eastern Cape community radio stations and has
worked as a program producer. In 2006/2007 he has been involved in three
documentary productions for SABC1 ("Headwrap": Fusing Xhosa literature with Jazz;
"Headzup Mzansi": Importance of language in music; "What's your story": Community
development). As a performer he has toured with the Guild Theatre company in festivals
across the country (2005/2006), and is one of the members of the recording Hip-Hop
duo Izithunywa Zohlanga. Currently he is visiting the University of Tübingen, Germany, as
a cultural exchange student.
Luyolo Lenga
Luyolo is from East London, Eastern Cape. He is a composer, lyricist and guitarist and is
currently studying a BA degree in African music at the UFH. He is a sound engineer and
has recorded several Hip-Hop projects (locally and internationally published), including
those of Izithunywa Zohlanga and Life Forces (2005). Since, he has performed
nationally promoting the Izithunywa Zohlanga project.

Session musicians

Lwanda Gogwana
Lwanda is from East London, Eastern Cape. He is a trumpeter and currently enrolled at
the UCT Music College. He is part of the South African Standard Bank Youth Band and
has been performing nationally and internationally. He has recently returned from
Norway where he went as an exchange student (2006).
Bongiwe Lusizi
Bongiwe is from East London, Eastern Cape. She is a vocalist and an African bow player,
currently studying a BA degree in African indigenous music at the UFH. She has toured
with the Guild Theater opera company abroad, and has performed alongside Sibongile
Khumalo at the Arts Cape (2007). She is currently one of the students forming the UFH
indigenous orchestra, conducted by Tandile Mandela.
Jonathan Buitendag
Jonathan is from East London, Eastern Cape. He is a drummer and currently tutoring
drum lessons for children at Vincent, East London. He is also enrolled at UniSA (University
of South Africa), studying a BA degree in theology.
Kingsley Buitendag
Kingsley is from East London, Eastern Cape. He is a ba**ist (also double ba**) and
currently a music teacher at Clarendon High School, East London. He has toured with
Guild Theatre company to Grahamstown Arts Festival (2006) and has been performing
with various bands from East London.

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