Body chains, heels and a glowing horse was all Beyoncé needed for the artwork of her new album, ‘Renaissance Act I’. Take a look…
‘There will be references to South African pop music,’ said a source about Beyoncé’s upcoming album, ‘Renaissance’.
Tweeps are convinced that Beyoncé channelled SA’s legendary pop star Brenda Fassie on the cover of her new single, ‘Break My Soul’.
Tweeps claim they will not be watching Netflix’s upcoming doccie on the late Brenda Fassie, which will be helmed by Chicco Twala.
Chicco Twala is set to helm a Netflix documentary film on the late singer Brenda Fassie, who died in 2004.
‘Music is Forever’ is an EP that sees some of Africa’s rising stars pull classic tracks from Gallo Record Company’s rich archives to create remixes of them.
Botswana-born musician Mpho Sebina is the voice behind the remake of Brenda Fassie’s classic hit ‘Too Late For Mama’. Watch the video here.
Makhene has shared a song she recorded with Fassie before her passing in 2014.
Brenda Fassie’s son, Bongani, is honouring his mother’s memory by reviving some of her classic hits with amapiano sounds!
SA entertainment label owner Lance Stehr will be taking legal action against Bongani Fassie who has accused him of giving him drugs.
Following Bongani Fassie’s claims, singer Mercy Pakela said music producer Stehr ‘feeds the children drugs so that they don’t think straight’.
Reality star Bongani Fassie aired a crucial question about the death of his mother – the iconic South African singer Brenda Fassie – on ‘Finding Bongani Fassie’.
Bongani Fassie’s reality show, ‘Finding Bongani’ premiered on Saturday 5 June on DStv’s Moja Love channel.
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Along with the shock news that Mshoza’s ex-boyfriend Anele Ngcongca died in a car crash this morning, the music icon, 37, joins the list of South African stage greats who all died too soon.
The Hollywood actor, Vin Diesel recently took to TikTok for the first time to share his first video featuring Brenda Fassie’s ‘Vulindlela’.
A chance to remember the legendary “Ma-Brrr”.
Femme Magnifique is an anthology of comic books featuring noteworthy women from all over the world. Now, South African legend, Brenda Fassie, referred to as MaBrrr by her fans, is one of the women featured in the anthology.
More than 1.5 million views and counting, not hard to see why.