Self-proclaimed Landlord of Kwaito, Scott Geleba, talks to A BLOG LIKE NO OTHER about why non-paying gigs are not always a bad idea. He also explains why women have a hard time in the music industry.
Some call it ‘umkhupha’, others call it ‘is’jabane’ – but everyone agrees, it’s pap on steroids. A BLOG LIKE NO OTHER shows you how to make UMKHUPHA, a variant of pap made with beans and mealie meal.
Africans want the return of their heritage in the form of artifacts housed in museums everywhere across the globe except, in Africa. In the blog’s first ever top 5 list, we highlight a few significant symbols stripped from the continent by colonising nations.
Sometimes you need to spend money to make things happen, which is why Cindykate holds down a job to fund her dreams of hip hop fame. For this post, A BLOG LIKE NO OTHER tagged along when the rapper went to the studio to get her hustle on.
A BLOG LIKE NO OTHER now has a bigger, insanely creative team working to give you entertaining Afrocentric content every week. But other than that, WHAT’S IN THE BLOG FOR YOU? We answer that in this video post.
The blog pays tribute to backroom studios – the birthplace of most music in townships. East Rand producer Thokozani Biyela says things changed for the better when he started treating his studio as a business opportunity rather than a hangout for up-and-coming artists.