Heavy K Biography - Wiki, Age, Country, Profile


Mkhululi Siqula was born on 4 December, 1991. He is best known as ‘Heavy-k DRUMBOSS’ he hails from the dusty under privileged location called Veeplaas that is situated in Nelson Mandela Bay formerly known as Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape region. At a very tender age he has managed to compose music for national and International artists for his crew and also under his own name Heavy-k. 

This young talent rooted in the Eastern Cape has never visioned doing anything else with his time besides making not only music but good music. Siqula is one of the founders and a composer for the Notorious Dj/Producers group ‘Point 5’; he has contributed a number of hits for Point 5 tracks such as the SAMA award winning track called ‘Lento’ by Professor and Speedy, ‘Izizwe’ (Remix) by the Late Busi Mhlongo, ‘Planet 5’ and ‘My PE’ that came out of Dj Vetkuk vs Mahoota’s compilation called the ‘Diamond Series 1’. This self thought music composer, song writer, Producer, Dj and Performer together with his crew (Point 5) are signed under one of the outstanding Record labels in Africa namely ‘Kalawa Jazmee Records’ owned by Dj/Entrepreneur Oscar Mdlongwa best known in the music Industry as ‘Oskido’. 

Siqula has worked with every national artist he wished to work with three years ago when he started his music career Artists such as the likes of ‘Big Nuzz’, ‘Tira’, ‘Cyndo’, ‘Blackcoffee’, ‘Mahoota’, ‘Revolution’, ‘Black Motion’, ‘Dj Sox’, ‘Professor and Speedy’ and M.X.O Internationally to date he has worked with ‘Claude Monnet’, ‘Torre’, ‘Cabo Snoop’ and ‘Martin East’. Siqula has a number of tracks on High rotation on almost all Radio stations at the moment namely his current unique song the ‘Gunsong’ which is on every Dj’s set every weekend nationally and International, Metro Fm, 5 Fm, Mhlobo Wenene Fm, YFm, Ligwala-gwala Fm, TruFm, KQ Fm just to mention a few play and request this young man’s music. 

Heavy-k at a time decided to focus on his company together with Mzwamadoda Ntlokwana ‘On Point Entertainment’ which focuses on recruiting and signing all the Eastern Cape talent that do not know where to go when they want to put their music on music retail shop.

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Louis Mhlanga Biography - Wiki, Country, Age, Profile


Louis Mhlanga was born on 10 November, 1956. He is a South African based Zimbabwean award-winning guitarist and producer. Mhlanga taught himself playing the guitar at a young age and is considered one of the best Southern African guitarists.

Mhlanga's career began in the 1970s. Fronting many bands in Zimbabwe, he mixed American and Zimbabwean influences into his music. Louis became renowned for his guitar skills, and worked with Zimbabwean acts such as Shaka, Talking Drum, Ilanga, Mudzimu, and Oliver Mtukudzi. He eventually headed to South Africa to pursue different musical opportunities, leading to collaborations with renowned South African artists such as Miriam Makeba, Hugh Masekela, Ray Phiri, Sipho Mabuse, Mlunhgisi Gegane, and Busi Mhlongo.

He admired the traditionally derived pop of local musicians such as Thomas Mapfumo. His first album was released by BMG in Africa in the early 1990s ten years after it was recorded. Shamwari, his international debut album, introduced him as a guitarist who combined African pop and jazz
Mhlanga has produced albums by Thomas Mapfumo, Nigerian King Sunny Adé, and South African Vusi Mahalasela.

He is a former theater director and ran Zimbabwe's Ethnomusicology Trust, where he was in charge of developing national teaching programs for traditional and contemporary Zimbabwean music. He also spent a year in the Netherlands, as the musician-in-residence at the Royal Dutch Conservatory of Music, he taught African guitar courses and recorded albums with Bassist Eric van der Westen, one of which also included Malian guitarist and singer Habib Koité.

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Tuks Senganga Biography - Wiki, Country, Age, Profile, Album


Tumelo Kepadisa was born on 2 May, 1981 in Mafikeng, in the former homeland of the Bophuthatswana. He is simply known as Tuks or Tuks Senganga is a South African Motswako rapper. He frequently performs in ethnic languages, though mostly Setswana. Tuks started writing in 1993, drawing inspiration from everyday issues in his immediate environment. His career took off in 2005 with his debut album "Mafoko a me". This was the album that earned Tuks the Best Hip Hop Album Award at the 12th Annual MTN South African Music Awards (SAMA)

A fellow Motswako artist once said "poetry is both lyric and content; one without the other can never be on point". These words encapsulate what Tuks is about, paying homage to one of the most critical aspects of the five elements of hip hop for an MC. Rhythm and Poetry. The art of story-telling in Setswana and English started a movement that was later dubbed Motswako and has had head-honchos like Senganga at its fore-front for over five years

In 2005, with the rise and rise of the Motswako movement, arrived with the now classic debut from Tuks which was titled .Mafoko A Me (My Words). The album had already received major reviews and a number of singles had been on high rotation on all national radio stations before its release. Mafoko A Me went on to win Senganga his first SAMA for Best Hip Hop Album, a well-deserved accolade.


In 2006 he released his sophomore MC Prayer which was certified gold four months after its release. The production style and quality was leaps ahead of Mafoko A Me and the leading single "Monate Thwa" saw the album flying off shelves, and another SAMA nod in the form of a nomination for the Best Hip Hop album and a Metro FM Award win tagged along on Tuks' journey as a respected hip hop lyricist

He took a two year break from the industry to work on his business interests and came back in 2008 with the thought-provoking third offering, "Monopoly" which was influenced by several conspiracy theory documentaries. In his story-telling form, he goes on to say : "There is something wrong with the world and the way that people are controlled by the media, by music, belief systems and by religion", he adds "this album is ear-friendly, with a pinch of the truth. It's not about the industry. I'm taking it a step further.

In 2010, he independently released Tshwanelo which was a big shift from the sounds that we had been accustomed to, from Tuks. Its leading single, which is also the album title, topped charts across the country before the album availed itself to the public and once again saw Senganga standing his ground as a solid Hip Hop artist in South Africa

2012 sees Tuks as a take-no-prisoners artist with September 2012 release of his 5th studio album: Footprints. The leading single, Bona Fela, is the soundtrack to a hit South African TV drama series called Skeem Saam which debuted on TV screens in October 2011. 

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Vusi Nova Biography - Profile, Album, Country


Vusi Nova was born in New Brighton Township, Port Elizabeth. I have a great bond with my family. I love playing chess, polo cross and watching movies. I’m a junkie for fast cars, speed and music.

He has been promoting his album; Did It For Love, and currently working on new material for a project called Brothers of Soul.

Music has always been his life and has always been an individual singer who does his things his own way and that makes him unique among his equals.

His is not a cover vocalist but pro vocalist and he promised that South Africa will hear him in various genres this will prove his professionalism in his career. Sometime late 2017, he was kidnapped out side his home after attending an album launch of his fellow, but was not hurt as he was dropped off somewhere in Soweto and got alift to Johannesburg.

Vusi won the South African Music Award (Sama) for the best Afro Pop Album for his self-titled album Vusi Nova.


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Dr Malinga Biography - Wiki, Profile, Country, Age


Dr Malinga was born on 7 July, 1980. He is a South African House, Afropop/Jazz and Gospel singer/songwriter. Malinga is best known for his highly energetic performances and his trademark high kick.

He made his screen acting debut on 16 September, 2013 in an episode of the e.tv anthology drama series eKasi: Our Stories, titled "Spin-Stars" (Season 5, Episode 10), in which he plays a man eager to join the spinning community who goes out in search of a car and is conned by a man who sells him a BMW "Gusheshe" 331 - which is stolen.

Malinga attended his first starring role in television in 2014 in the second season of the SABC2 sitcom Gauteng Maboneng, replacing Mahlubi Kraai in the lead role of Lebo.

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Mobi Dixon Biography - Wiki, Country, Profile


Mobi Dixon is an East London based producer and house DJ who is currently the second fastest selling artist in the province, as of December 2014 after the Soil (Music Mix). Immediately after his release of City Rains with M.Que he received recognition from countless platforms across the country, thus making him one of the fastest growing artists in the country.

This former Selborne College pupil does not take what he does lightly and that is evident in the amount of time he puts into his work. Under his belt, this popular East London DJ holds a Sound Engineering diploma, two IT diplomas, Music Business and events management certificates. “I am a firm believer of education said Mobi Dixon”. When the hip hop evolution started in East London in the late 1990s, Dixon was one of the youngest beat makers in the city. Popular artists like Trusenz and Triple M were one of the few that used his beats. At some point of his life Mobi was also a rapper but the production side of things has always fascinated him. “Production is my 1st love followed by DJying.” When house music took the country by storm in the early 2000s Mobi started making house beats which circulated amongst his friends all from his PC and headphones at home.

After matric in 2003 Mobi wanted to pursue a career in music but like most parents they were sceptical to let him do that, instead they wanted a more stable career that provided security for the young man. He enrolled in IT at Damelin College in East London. After completing his one year diploma, he went on to study in Johannesburg. Mobi said that is where his love for music became real “I would rub shoulders with big industry DJs like Christos and Fresh as a campus DJ. Seeing them living my dream made me believe it was possible for me aswell”. While in university he kept on making music and exploring in the craft and it was only a matter of time till his passion took over his heart.

In 2007, he started his own recording label, Dance is Kulcha Records until 2014 where changed it into a production company called “Mobi Dixon Productions” with his home studio. While he was still a Sound Engineering student in 2008 he got his 1st big break when he won the AXE/DJU remix competition. He took the crown for the best remix out of over 500 delegates who were part of the Southern African Music Conference that year. “This was a major milestone in his career

In 2012 Mobi was one of the fortunate producers and DJs around the province to receive a major boost from the DJ Oskido-I-believe initiative in partnership with the National Youth Development Agency. Although he is a producer and DJ, he said he did not regret studying and equipping himself with all the relevant skills he has acquired over the years. 

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A-reece Biography - Wiki, Profile, Country


Lehlogonolo Ronald Mataboge was born on 27 March, 1997. He is a South African record producer recognized his talent and signed him to "Raw X Productions" imprint at the age of 16. He is better known by his stage name A-Reece, is a South African hip hop recording artist and songwriter from Pretoria, Gauteng. He is best known for his debut hit single, "Couldn't" which features former label-mate and award-winning hip hop artist Emtee.

Mataboge originates from Pretoria in the Gauteng Province. He started writing music in Primary School following the footsteps of his older brother Phologo Jody Mataboge, known as P-Jay from the hip hop duo B3nchMarQ. He got his stage name "A-Reece" from his star sign Aries. In 2014 Ronald released "Casper Picture" a song that is inspired by the life of South African rapper and producer Cassper Nyovest. PH Raw.

He released his debut mixtape titled "Forever King" on August 2013 and later on released his second project Browniez EP on October 31, 2014 under Mythron/Raw X Records. In 2015 he was signed to Ambitiouz Entertainment and released his first single "Couldn't" under the label. 

He released Cutaways EP on 29 September 2016 which consists of songs that didn't make the cut for his debut album Paradise. His debut album was later released on 21 October 2016 and topped the No.1 spot on iTunes just under 24 hours after its release. On February 2017, A-Reece departed from Ambitiouz Entertainment along with Fifi Cooper, Flame and the hip hop duo B3nchMarQ.

Looking into his accomplishments and awards; 
2016 South African Hip Hop Awards (Lyricist Of The Year), Himself Won Best Video.

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Agundabweni Akweyu Biography - Wiki, Country, Profile


Agundabweni Akweyu also  known as Agunda was born on 20 October, 1980, He is a recorder under record label of Bwenieve, arranger, composer, songwriter, entrepreneur, audio engineer and a husband to a renown Kenyan gospel musician Evelyn Wanjiru .Based in Nairobi Kenya he is best known for producing hit songs for both established and uprising musicians as shown below, his unique style of production has seen a turn around in Kenyan gospel music in away that more musicians aspire to work with him.

Looking into his awards;
Winner of Xtreem Awards Producer of the year.
Nominated Xtreem awards Producer of the year.

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Okmalumkoolkat Biography - Wiki, Country, Profile, Age


Smiso Zwane was born on 27 July, 1983, he is commonly known by his stage name Okmalumkoolkat (sometimes stylized as OkMalumKoolKat). He is a South African rapper and half of the rap/electronic duo, Dirty Paraffin from Umlazi Township in Durban. Zwane is known for a feature in Cassper Nyovest's "Gusheshe", and his famous single, "Mswenkofontein" featuring $tilo Magolide & uSanele.

Smiso was born in Umlazi, Durban. After graduating from college, Okmalumkoolkat moved to Johannesburg where he met Doctor SpiZee, with whom he formed Dirty Paraffin.

The pair lived together and both shared a mutual passion for art which eventually led to them collaborating several times. After the house in which they lived was robbed, they had to go job hunting. Using the skills he had garnered during his college years, he designed layouts and brands for companies; most notably, Nike.

In 2012 Okmalumkoolkat worked the London production trio LV on their album, Sebenza released under Hyperdub.

Smiso was featured on Cassper Nyovest's "Gusheshe" which was met with positive reviews. He is currently signed to Austrian label Affine Records under which he has released his debut EP, Holy Oxygen. In 30 December 2016 he released his debut album Mlazi Milano which were supported by two singles before release which were "Ntwana Yam'" and "Gqi". "Ntwana Yam'" Was released mid August, 2016 and "Gqi" was released a month before the album. The single "Gqi" features Durban-formed duo "Amadando" and was accompanied by its music video mid March, 2017. The album was released both in iTunes and officially in music stores.

Zwane received a six-month jail (five months suspended) sentence in Hobart, Tasmania in January 2016 for indecently touching a female colleague in a Hobart hotel room while attending the 2016 MONA FOMA festival. He returned drunk to the Old Woolstore Hotel in Hobart and was unable to find his room, following which he entered a female artists hotel room and indecently assaulted her. Zwane's lawyers requested a fine instead of jail sentence but were knockedback as Zwane was scheduled to leave Australia the next day and the fine could not be enforced once he was overseas.

Commercial mixtapes; Holy Oxygen (EP) (2014), 100k MaCassette(Mixtape) (2015), Holy Oxygen II (EP) (2017.

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Lucky Dube Biography - Wiki, Country, Profile, Albums


Lucky Philip Dube born on 3 August, 1964 in Ermelo, formerly of the Eastern Transvaal, now of Mpumalanga. He was a South African reggae musician and Rastafarian. He recorded 22 albums in Zulu, English and Afrikaans in a 25-year period and was South Africa's biggest-selling reggae artist. Dube was murdered in the Johannesburg suburb of Rosettenville on the evening of 18 October 2007. 

His parents separated before his birth and he was raised by his mother who named him Lucky because she considered his birth fortunate after a number of failed pregnancies. Along with his two siblings, Thandi and Patrick, he spent much of his childhood with his grandmother, Sarah, while his mother relocated to work. In a 1999 interview, he described his grandmother as "his greatest love" who "multiplied many things to bring up this responsible individual that I am today."

As a child Dube worked as a gardener but, as he matured, realizing that he wasn't earning enough to feed his family, he began to attend school. There he joined a choir and, with some friends, formed his first musical ensemble, called The Skyway Band. While at school he discovered the Rastafari movement. At the age of 18 Dube joined his cousin's band, The Love Brothers, playing Zulu pop music known as mbaqanga whilst funding his lifestyle by working for Hole and Cooke as a security guard at the car auctions in Midrand. The band signed with Teal Record Company, under Richard Siluma (Teal was later incorporated into Gallo Record Company). Though Dube was still at school, the band recorded material in Johannesburg during his school holidays. The resultant album was released under the name Lucky Dube and the Supersoul. The second album was released soon afterwards, and this time Dube wrote some of the lyrics in addition to singing. It was around this same time when he began to learn English.

On the release of his fifth Kikuyu album, Dave Segal (who became Dube's sound engineer) encouraged him to drop the "Supersoul" element of the name. All subsequent albums were recorded as Dube. At this time he began to note fans were responding positively to some reggae songs he played during live concerts. Him and Peter Tosh felt the socio-political messages associated with Jamaican reggae were relevant to a South African audience in an institutionally racist society.

Dube drew inspiration from Jimmy Cliff. He decided to try the new musical genre and in 1984, released the mini album Rastas Never Die. The record sold poorly – around 4000 units – in comparison to the 30,000 units his mbaqanga records would sell. Keen to suppress anti-apartheid activism, the apartheid regime banned the album in 1985, because of its critical lyrics, for instance in the song "War and Crime". However, he was not discouraged and continued to perform the reggae tracks live and wrote and produced a second reggae album. Think About The Children (1985). It achieved platinum sales status and established Lucky as a popular reggae artist in South Africa, in addition to attracting attention outside his homeland.


Dube continued to release commercially successful albums. In 1989 he won four OKTV Awards for Prisoner, won another for Captured Live the following year and yet another two for House of Exile the year after. His 1993 album, Victims sold over one million copies worldwide. In 1995 he earned a worldwide recording contract with Motown. His album Trinity was the first release on Tabu Records after Motown's acquisition of the label.

In 1996 he released a compilation album, Serious Reggae Business, which led to him being named the "Best Selling African Recording Artist" at the World Music Awards and the "International Artist of the Year" at the Ghana Music Awards. His next three albums each won South African Music Awards. His most recent album, Respect, earned a European release through a deal with Warner Music. Lucky toured internationally, sharing stages with artists such as Sinéad O'Connor, Peter Gabriel and Sting. He appeared at the 1991 Reggae Sunsplash and the 2005 Live 8 event in Johannesburg.

In addition to performing music Dube was a sometime actor, appearing in the feature films Voice in the Dark, Getting Lucky and Lucky Strikes Back.

Lucky is considered to be especially remarkable as a Dub Artist due to his lack of a diasporic cultural base. This was particularly due to the nature of Reggae and Dub being a platform for expression of displacement from the homeland. In Prisoner, the South African artist makes the genre his own by applying themes of apartheid and internal displacement. In the song and music video, he is found disturbing the bounds of the genre by highlighting the toils of his own homeland. He was revolutionary in so far as he introduced a competing version to Reggae's constant tendency of romanticizing the utopian homeland of Africa.

On 18 October, 2007, shortly after dropping two of his seven children off at their uncle's house. Dube was driving his Chrysler 300C, which the assailants were after. Police reports suggest he was shot dead by carjackers who did not recognize him and believed that he was Nigerian. Five men were arrested in connection with the murder; three were tried and found guilty on 31 March 2009. Two of the men attempted to escape and were caught. The men were sentenced to life in prison.

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Ama Kuroshi - Age, Husband


Beautiful Ama Kuroshi popularly known as Ama is a gospel artiste, worship leader and songwriter popularly known for her new release song titled – ‘With You’.

Presently, she serves as the Pastor-in-charge of Music in her home church – The Place of Grace, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

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Ama is a spirit filled born again christian and has led choirs along the years. She has also been a part of many music teams as well as PureHeart Music.


She is married to Dr. Lawrence Kuroshi and they have 3 children.
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Lady Zamar Biography - Age, Love is Blind, Songs 2017, Albums 2017


South African musician Lady Zamar, born Yamikan Janet Banda in Mamelodi, South Africa known  to have featured on some hits such as: Pitori, Mamelodi, Dark Shadows, Love is Blind and Charlotte. In addition to her music career, she is also an avid philanthropist and businesswomen using her gained knowledge of the entertainment and fashion scene to develop the Lady Zamar Entertainment brand.

She grew from being a school teacher who wanted to further her career to teach in Korea to a renowned artiste. She delved into music after she and Junior Taurus released Run Away and it took off.  
In March, she released her debut album King Zamar, which took her two years to make. She recently released the music video for her latest single My Baby and she plans on going on a nationwide tour later this year. Lady Zamar is currently signed to UMG South Africa. 


She won Song of the Year at the recent inaugural DSTV Mzansi Viewers’ Choice Awards. 


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Zinhle Ngidi - Age, Songs, Manshonisa


Zinhle Ngidi is a South African artiste born April 27, 1993 in Durban. Her passion for music began at a very young age of 10 as she usually sang in the school and church choir. She moved to Jozi with her mom and sister and there began her singing journey by entering competition after competition, without any success.

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After several attempts, she got a call from Bhuti Sithole offering her representation. Her big break came with song Shumaya, a collaboration with Durban Nyts, which trended on Twitter and the airwaves.

As a young vocalist, Zinhle chooses to push her singles and lay a foundation for herself, working with two DJs who go by the alias Trademark releasing Shumaya, Mashonisa and Yekel Indoda Yami under the record label Sound African Recordings.

Zinhle and Trademark

She received the South African Music Award for Best Collaboration.

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12 Most Popular South African Record Labels


South Africa has always been known as one of the best country in Africa when it comes to music, starting from the 19th century when we have top stars like Lucky Dube, Miriam MakebaBrenda Fassie, Chaka Chaka and many others. This time around mybiohub have decided to list the music record labels in this great country that's mixed with people of different races following so many requests from our visitors. They have many record labels and we will list them gradually with some details about each of them.



1. Gallo Record Company 
According to Wikipedia, its one of the largest and also oldest record label in South Africa. It is owned by Times Media Group (formerly Johnnic Communications and Avusa) and was founded by Eric Gallo in 1926 , yes that's almost a 100 years ago. One of its notable member late West Nkosi was a top producer and he helped introduced top artists like  Ladysmith Black Mambazo (1972), The Green Arrows (1974), Mpharanyana and the Cannibals (1976), and Amaswazi Emvelo (1978). Others include Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens, Miriam Makeba, Hugh Masekela, Lucky Dube, Thandiswa Mazwai and Stimela.



2. CashTime Music Company 
This is another powerful South African record label, having some of the present big names in the country makes it an outstanding label in the list. CashTime Life which happens to be a Music Publishing and Entertainment Company and it consists of  K.O (rapper), Ma-E, DJ Vigilante, Maggz and Masandi (R&B singer). This company has been active since 2010 to present.



3. Kalawa Jazmee Records 
Founded in 1992 by Oskido, Christos Katsaitis(left in 1995) and Don Laka, this recording label is really a big one too, having a large social media presence. They were lucky, because their first signing was Boom Shaka a really talented kwaito music group. Here's the list of Kalawa Jazmee Records artists;

Oskido
Heavy K
Professor
Busiswa
Black Motion
Infinite Boys
Dr Malinga
Uhuru

4. Mountain Records
This record label made mybiohub list and it was founded by Patrick Lee-Thorp in 1980. They later had an office in Germany in 1996. Mountain Records helped facilitated the release or distribution of non-label South African acts such as Brenda Fassie, Philip Tabane and the Soul Brothers.

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5. Ghetto Ruff 
Ghetto Ruff focuses on kwaito, hip hop, soul, house, gospel and rhythm and blues. This South African independent recording label came into existence towards the end of 1980s during the time in which Lance Stehr who is also the current Managing Director of the label formed the Cape Town-based hip hop group, Prophets of Da City. The artists under this record label are many, see the list below;

Amu (rapper)
Bishop Louis
Bongani Fassie
Bravo (band)
Brickz
BVK : Brasse Vannie Kaap
DJ Cleo
Drencko
FIESTA BLACK
Gumshev
Ishmael
Jozi
Kyllex
Malik
Mchangani
Metswako
Mgarimbe
Morafe
NATHI
POC : Prophets Of Da City
RJ Benjamin
RUFF X
Skomplazi
Slice
Spykos
Tuks Senganga
VUSI NOVA
Zola
37MPH aka Mpho Pholo (Music Producer/Artist)

6. David Gresham Records
As the name goes so is the name of the owner David Gresham who in 1972 started this amazing company which has become the longest running independent record company in South Africa. This company is great because they own many other things such as a separate DVD movie division, and a separate import division, including the largest chill out/lounge series, 'Hotel Costes' and 'Buddha Bar'.

7. Gut Feel Records
Another great South African recording company that made mybiohub list is none other than Gut Feel Records. Their main focus is promoting forward thinking artists and experimental, progressive dance music.

8. House Afrika Records
House Afrika Records  came to be in 1994 and its owned by Tim White, Vinny Da Vinci and Glenn Van Loggerenburg.



9. Mabala Noise Entertainment 
Here comes the new recording labels that's making waves in South Africa. Founded in 2015 by Reggie Nkabinde and DJ Bongz with its location in Johannesburg, this new label have claimed most of the biggest stars currently topping the music charts. Here's the list of artists signed to Mabala Noise Entertainment;

Nasty C
Zakwe
Khanyi Mbau
Kay Sibiya
Letoya Makhene
Lvovo Derrango
Du Boiz
LeAnne Dlamin
Ann Singer
Mroza
Thokozani Langa
Mbali Nkosi
Ms Jones

10. Family Tree Records 
The new wave is still moving with this great music label, mybiohub team got to discover that the owner and the CEO of this powerful recording label is Cassper Nyovest. Its an independent company and was founded in 2014. It used to be home to this artists Chad Da Don, Gemini Major, Edict mc and Home b. Their website is familytreeworld.co.za.

11. Pioneer Unit Records 
Independent record label that was registered in 2007 but was unofficially founded by Damian Stephens AKA Dplanet in 2005. Their sound is a combination of classic East Coast Hip Hop, Detroit Techno, Dancehall, Dub, Grime and Electro.

12. Sheer Sound 
Founded in November 1994 by Damon Forbes after being fed up with limited vision of his industry. He's a lover of Jazz and that's what the label concentrates on. Other genres they operate on are; Rock and Afro pop.

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Celeste Khumalo Biography - Age, Sister, Marriage


South African actress, presenter and model Celeste Khumalo was born in 1992 in South Africa. She rose to fame after winning the title of Miss SA Teen (2011) and the Brand Ambassador for Pond’s and a Woolworth Style icon by SA Influencer.

She studied at Parktown High School for girls where she did a NSC Exemption to Bachelors Degree. Celeste is the owner of  Republic Nails and director at Director at Echelon Reach (Pty) Limited. In September 2011, she became a model at Alushi Model Management and March 2014, she became the Model of Base Model Agency.

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Celeste was Wings Team Member at Red Bull in 2013 and a news presenter at Tshwane TV in 2012. She has featured in South Africa’s leading TV series and films like Generations, Sex tips for Girls, Step up and a short film titled Jackpot Mathambo. She has also done numerous commercials ranging from clients like Coke, Yogetta, Environ and Mango airlines.
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