Worldwide the music industry is one of the highest paying fields. Even in South Africa, some musicians managed to make millions this year. Whether it was through tours, record sales or business partnerships, these musicians have made serious bank throughout their careers. The controversial Steve Hofmeyr has been in the music industry for many years, however, he also made his mark as an actor and television presenter throughout his career. The rapper, who started while he was still in his teens, made his money with his first album in
It's here! We've chosen artists who are bringing innovation to the game while being true to their South Africanness and themselves. Only a few of these artists have released albums and gotten recognition from mainstream platforms. What they have in common is their subversive approach to their craft and how they incorporate South African genres into contemporary ones like EDM and hip-hop. In , strict boundaries between music genres are largely a thing of the past. In South Africa, artists such as Sjava , Anatii and Mashayabhuqe KaMamba , among many others have managed to make contemporary sounding music infused with the sounds of vintage South African genres such as maskandi, mbhaqanga, Afro pop, kwaito and bubblegum. With many cultures running the risk of extinction thanks to globalization, it's refreshing to watch young musicians across the continent preserving genres that they grew up with. The trend gained mainstream recognition when the hip-hop supergroup Jozi released their debut album Muthaland Crunk in The album title was an introduction to the subgenre of the same name. The group's four members rapped and sang over crunk beats enriched by samples from vintage mbhaqanga samples and vocal styles.
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From pop comebacks to international acts finding crossover success to gorgeous ballads and irresistible dancefloor bait, was quite the year. Here are the songs we couldn't stop playing this year. Think the vulnerable voice of Nina Simone waxing poetic about the ills of millennial dating. Following in the footsteps of international kings like Burna Boy and WizKid, Rema's crisp, charming vocals float over a bouncy rhythm that blends Afropop and hip-hop to create three minutes and 15 seconds of sheer joy. Sex sells, but Rapsody has never been one to conform to hip-hop's misogynistic views of women. Angel Olsen's lush, throaty voice connects with an eerie, '80s-leaning production to create a musical masterpiece. One of the most ubiquitous songs of came from pop's newest power couple. Hate it or love it, Shawn and Camila make magic together. DaBaby covers common rap tropes, yes, but it's his signature breathless, rapid-fire flow matching the high-energy beats he cruises on that sets hi, apart from his contemporaries.