Posts Tagged ‘Prophets of Da City’

Get a free double weekend pass to the Cape Town International Jazz Festival 2015

25/03/2015

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Bush Radio 89.5FM is giving two lucky listeners the opportunity to win a set double weekend pass tickets valued at R1 720 to the Cape Town International Jazz Festival 2015.

To stand a chance of winning the double weekend pass (and CD) for you and your partner for Friday and Saturday, all you have to do is:

SMS* the keyword JAZZ and your name + surname to 32158 by 12pm on Friday (27 March 2015)

*In order to qualify for the draw you need to send a minimum of 10 sms (each sms costs R1)

The winners will be announced on Sakhisizwe between 12 and 2pm on Friday.

Enter often to increase your chances of winning as this is a lucky draw.

SMS costs R1 and free minutes do not count.
Should you be a winner you will need to be able to collect by 4pm on the same day that the names are announced.
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Fede Fokol: 25 Years of SA Hip Hop documentary (free screening)

20/02/2015

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The Artscape Resource Centre and Bush Radio bring you a screening of Fede Fokol: 25 Years of SA Hip Hop documentary.

Venue: The Artscape Resource Centre
Time: 12 – 3pm, this Saturday (21 February 2015)
Damage: FREE, snacks will be served

There will also be rap performances by Ndlulamthi and SLK and spoken word performances.

A little about Fede Fokol:

Fede Fokol – 25 Years of SA Hip Hop, is a documentary researched by Jo’burg hip hop activist Rashid Kay. It traces the roots of the artform in South Africa from the days of its inception in Cape Town through revered crew Prophets of the City all the way to where hip hop currently is now.

It breaks down hip hop into four eras:
1. The Pioneers (1986 – 1995): POC, Karamo,
2. Developmental Years (1996 – 2002): The Le Club Era with the likes of Skwatta Kamp, Cashless Society etc.
3. Golden Years (2003 – 2008): Skwatta Kamp, Pitch Black Afro, H2O etc.
4. The New School (2009 – Present): Jozi, Driemanskap, AKA, Cassper, Youngsta, Reason, etc.

Interviewees include:
DJ Ready D , Rocco (Karamo), Kalashnikov (2Black2Strong), L-Skillz (Crowded Crew), Bob Mabena, Lance Stehr, Snazz D, Youngsta, Kaydo
Osmic, ProVerb, DJ Cleo, Slikour, DJ Lemonka, Simone Harris, C-Live, Krossword, AKA, Red Button, Notshi, Driemanskap, iFani and more.

Documentary running time: 47:58

Screening will be followed by a discussion on the future of Cape Town hip hop.


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