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General Discussion / Papoose and Remy--- Ah sweet mayn
« on: May 06, 2009, 01:16:07 PM »
This type love....
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Media / Mzansi Mamela
« on: April 20, 2009, 06:03:30 PM »
Made sure to try to tune in while I'm at home but the streaming on the site ain't working...

Producers - Discussion / Remix Competition
« on: March 04, 2009, 07:54:43 PM »
For all the producers out there:

Jazzanova are a Berlin based DJ / Music Producer ensemble who have been prolific in pioneering the crossover of traditional Jazz and modern dance music. They have release several acclaimed albums, remixed the likes of Masters at Work and Fat Freddys Drop and have become a fixture on the dancefloor as much as in the listening booth.

MIO and Sheer music are giving anyone with a desire to make fresh South African music a chance to remix Jazzanova’s “lie” from their latest album, “Of All the Things” and stand a chance of winning several amazing prizes, including a digital release of the winning remix on legendary label Sonar Kollektiv, some top-notch music gear and software courtesy of Turnkey Music and Multimedia and several days studio time in Cape Town’s mad music laboratory, the Red Bull Studios.

Check out Jazzanova’s Myspace page:

The Guidelines:


Firstly to win this remix competition your remix needs to be ‘quality’, which means it needs to be a piece of music that sounds professional, good enough to slam the dance-floor and / or send a headphone listener into another sonic dimension. But don’t fear: You don’t need a professional studio to do a great quality remix. You just need some basic gear, a bit of know-how and a lot of pa**ion. MIO will be running a series of articles on affordable and free music software, music-making tutorials alongside revealing some amazing remix tips and tricks.


The only rules to the style of music that is created out of the remix, is that it is a fresh South African sound. The sounds of Pretoria House (DJ Mujava), Urban Dance (DJ Clock), Kwaito (Zola, Mdu, Arthur), SA Jazz (Abdullah Ibrahim, Hugh Masekela) or even South African Rock (The Springbok Nude Girls, Desmond and the Tutus) should form the foundation of what inspires your remix and this will be a major draw card when it comes to judging.


To download the separate audio files to remix and to find out how to submit your remix click here.

Deadline for submissions is on Monday the 13th of April 2009.

Judging will begin on the 13th of April and the winners will be announced on Monday the 27th of April.


1st Prize:

- A digital release of the winning remix of Jazzanova’s “Look What You’re Doing to Me” on Sonar Kollektiv.
- A copy of Cubase 5, probably one of the best studio software packages on the market, courtesy of Turnkey Music and Multimedia.
- 4 days studio time in Red Bull Studio’s Cape Town
(Accommodation and flights will be arranged if winner not from Cape Town).

2nd Prize

- A copy of Cubase 5 courtesy of Turnkey Music and Multimedia.
- Three of Korg’s sexiest MIDI controllers, the Korg Nano Keys, Korg Nano Control and Korg Nano Pads courtesy of Turnkey Music and Multimedia.

3rd Prize

- A copy of Cubase Studio 5, the stripped down version of Cubase 5.

Hot Traxxx / Score!
« on: February 01, 2009, 02:22:14 PM »
I'm besides myself!
Just spent about 3 hours in a the best music store in the world. It's called RAREKIND.
Walls have graffiti exhibitions. Shelves are lined with crates full of nostalgia.
From Asheru to Tchaikovsky to gosh Herbie Hancock.
I walked out with 10 vinyls, it cost me 6 quid altogether. That's under a 100 Rand!

So going back there come wednesday when I don't have cla** again.

General Discussion / Election dates
« on: January 26, 2009, 03:58:33 PM »
Please can someone let me know as soon as they announce it?
I went to IEC when I was home for the holidays an they said it would be announced early Feb.

General Discussion / Love to hate and hate to participate?
« on: October 08, 2008, 10:10:47 AM »

I got this off Facebook, Hiphop Heritage message. Does anyone belong to the group. What do you think about the comments below?

We are creating many platforms that many of you could benefit from if you take advantage. We know that it’s the “CASH” era so don’t worry, everybody will be paid.


Contributions to the DVD have been coming in but not in a way we expected so we’ve decided to also create our own. People: YOUR MATERIAL WILL BE RETURNED AND YOU WILL GET PAID for your submissions. What I know is that many of you have those tapes that you recorded on the radio or vhs tapes that you recorded on television or videotaped yourselves. What I see happening is all that history getting lost without being put to good use…P.O. BOX 3530, SOUTHGATE, 2082.

Thanks to everyone who submitted stuff on the group page. Your material is being considered and you will be notified in good time.

So is it true?

One of the objectives of this S.A. Hip-Hop Heritage initiative is to bring heads together so we can control the impact we have on society without being taken advantage of.

That being said Modibe Rakgoale of FlyTrap has won the GRAPHIC DESIGN CHALLENGE. He designed the S.A. Hip-Hop Heritage Logo which you see on the TOUR poster in the picture gallery. He has created a series which includes all the elements. It will follow shortly. Support his designs and this initiative by getting a t-shirt’s only 99 bucks!

All Graf writers and graphic design artists are invited to send in their S.A. Hip-Hop Heritage Designs to

So is it true?


We had a killer time in Pietermaritsburg on the 27th of Sept. Big Up to Brian tha Playmaka Khoza and the Rhyme Pedigree Pham. The tour will be moving to Durban at the end of this month (date will be announced soon) and Port Elizabeth this December. We are working with some skilled partners and have come across some good luck lately so expect these events to be on fire. Make sure you come celebrate with us.
2009 will see the tour hit Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Johannesburg and maybe Limpopo. To stay up to date and know when the tour is coming to your town join The Heritage Tour Group You will also get to check pics from past events.

Emcees, B-boys, Krumpers and Dj’s holla at us to take part in the tour: Everyone who has already sent us their material will be involved in the tour in one way or the other. Big up yourselves.

I’m starting to think it might be true!


Now somebody went and stole Skwatta Kamp’s SAMA awards! What type of isht is that? Can you even sell a SAMA? If anyone knows anything about this please holla!

General Discussion / Bittersweet
« on: September 19, 2008, 01:33:36 PM »
I'm relocating to England in roughly a week. I got offered a scholarship to study my masters there for a year, 180K worth of education, how can I say no to that?

As exciting as it is, I'm leaving behind so much that I've just began to build. I have such a wonderful rhythm going with my life and career. I don't know how I'm gonna get used to waking up without my man next to me, I know about the English cold.

I'm heading straight into winter, the warmth of summer has been elusive, that's Cape Town for you...
This also also narrows down my chances being God mother to Inyambo's first born :(

The closer it gets the more surreal it feels. I'm starting freak out, so much to do, so very little time.
Pick up pa**port, organise a farewell, pack ( all 23 KGS) how can they expect me to pack a year into one suitcase? What do I take and what do I leave behind? I'm stressing to the extent that I think I might have given myself an ulcer...

General Discussion / For the ladies
« on: September 18, 2008, 03:35:41 PM »
This pic of Tyson Beckford taken last night at London Fashion Week. Looks like the prime ministers wife is blushing.

General Discussion / SA comedians on cover of Wall Street Journal
« on: September 05, 2008, 02:26:23 PM »

Not all together accurate but well written.

General Discussion / Joburg gigs
« on: August 29, 2008, 01:21:17 PM »
I've been with the fashion crowd since Wednesday. I'm all FTVed out.
Are there any hiphop gigs happening tonight or tomorrow?

Politics / Yeboyethu Shares
« on: July 22, 2008, 12:12:55 PM »
If you missed out on the Sasol shares, or your budget was tight, then this could be your opportunity to invest in ANOTHER BEE investment called YeboYethu by Vodacom.

Copies of this Prospectus may be obtained during normal business hours from 09:00 on 30 July 2008 until 15:00 on 11 September 2008 from:

·         any participating Post Office branch; or

·         Registered offices of YeboYethu and the Transfer Secretary

You can download copies of this Prospectus on the internet at


These dates and times are subject to change.  Any material changes will be published in the press.

1.     How many Shares are being offered and at what price?

14.4 million Shares at R25 each. The total offer size is R360 million.

2.     When is the Offer period?

The Offer opens on 30 July 2008 at 09:00 and will close on 11 September 2008 at 15:00.

3.     What are the minimum and maximum subscriptions?

·                            Minimum: 100 Shares, which will cost R2 500.

·                            Maximum: 1 440 000 Shares, which will cost R36 million.

·                            Shares can only be purchased in multiples of 100.

·         You cannot trade your Shares during the First Five Years.

General Discussion / SASOL INZALO
« on: July 05, 2008, 03:09:41 PM »
Has any  of y'all bought into this?
It took me a long time to understand all that Jargon in the booklet and the call centre people only explain how to fill in teh form, which wa the least of my worries.
What I needed to know was - will the value of Inzalo shares equate to the value of oridnary sasol shares once the restriction period has ended? As in, if I wanna sell in 3 years time, will I be able to sell at the normal share price?

Sasol Inzalo Black Public Invitations extended to Wednesday 9 July

Anticipated last minute pressure on Post Offices has resulted in a three working day extension of the closing date for participation in the Sasol Inzalo Black Public Invitations.

The closing date has been extended from Saturday 5 July to 17h00 on Wednesday 9 July.

Potential participants should ensure that, if they are making payment by electronic fund transfers (EFTs) and bank issued cheques, they submit their application forms and their payments by 15h00 on Monday 7 July, to ensure that their payments are registered before the invitations close.

Potential participants should also ensure that, if they are making payment by cash or by debit card, they must submit their application forms and their payments by 16h00 on Wednesday 9 July, to ensure that their payments are registered before the invitations close.

"This three day extension will facilitate a smoother flow of applications and easier queue management at the Post Office," says Sasol executive director Nolitha Fakude.

Members of the public requiring a**istance with their applications forms are invited to contact the Sasol Inzalo call centre on 0800 000 222.

Politics / Tsvangirai out of election
« on: June 23, 2008, 03:08:24 PM »
Jun. 22 - The Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai has pulled out of the election run-off against President Mugabe.

With just days to go before Zimbabwe's presidential run-off, the leader of the opposition party has stood down handing automatic victory to President Robert Mugabe.

The leader of the Movement for Democratic Change said a free and fair election was impossible in the current climate of violence. He has urged the UN and the African Union to now intervene to stop what he describes as "genocide" in Zimbabwe.

WTF? What does this help?

General Discussion / Butan Winter Range
« on: June 09, 2008, 02:47:14 PM »
It's cold out there!
Do yourself a favour and get one of these.

General Discussion / PTF, SMH
« on: May 20, 2008, 08:16:52 PM »
Ca**andra's column in the Sunday Times this past week. Full of inaccuracies. whose the editor of the mag? It's gone to the dogs.

had to let it out.
sorry couldn't locate original  PTF thread:

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