YOLO party details

276886_414252601992381_130454454_n“Love Is TOO Precious to waste it with the Wrong Person. You are better off alone until the Right One comes along…”

Join Us at Icon, Sandton for the YOLO Party on the 15th of Feb 2013.

Come Celebrate you love for Partying and Good Music

On The Decks:


Nandi Mngoma will be gracing Us with a Spectacular Performance, with her Hits from her album!!

Euphonik will also be in the house, so expect a little something from him too I’m sure.

Cover: R100

Doors Open 9pm

12 Fredman Drive,


Twitter: @UrbanNoizeSA

Website: ww.urbannoize.co.za

Hugh and Sal Masekela: Like Father Like Son

Jazz icon Hugh Masekela and his son Sal have embarked on a journey of a lifetime- a ten-part TV series for sports network ESPN. The show, entitled “Umlando – Through My Father’s Eyes”, will take viewers on an introspective journey of South Africa, its many cultures and its history. I caught up with the two to find out more about the project. Listen to the interview. It really is going to be such a fantastic project and I hope it gets all the attention it deserves! Another career highlight right about now!

Michael Jackson remembered in South Africa

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Today scores of South Africans descended on the Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton, Johannesburg to remember the late great Michael Jackson. Celebs like Gareth Cliff and DJ/VJ Fix were among those who attended and boy oh boy was it awesome to see. Check out some of the highlights below:

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The Repertoires banging it up. They were incredible, damn!

John Savage from Cassette performing his rendition of Billie Jean
John Savage from Cassette performing his rendition of Billie Jean
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What a star… little kid trying his hand at the Moonwalk dance… what a champ!

Michael Jackson is a legend. Despite all the negative press he’s received in recent years, you cannot doubt his talent as a singer, as a performer… as an icon! Michael Jackson, Rest In Peace!


Ok so let’s just clear something up here if you kill someone, it’s a crime, it’s murder. Regardless of who the victim is; male, female; black, white; Nigerian, South African. Killing someone is a crime, it’s wrong, against the constitution and should you feel the need to commit this horrid act, you should be punished for your sins. Continue reading “Seriously?”