South African Bryan Little directed the music video for U2's This Is Where You Can Reach Me Now, which premiered on Paper Magazine yesterday.
Arcade Content's Kyle Lewis directed In Defence Of My Art, the hit new music video from Tumi, featuring Reason and Ziyon from Liquideep.
Arcade Content's Kyle Lewis directed Toya Delazy's Forbidden Fruit music video, which has been hailed across the Twittersphere as "masterful," "a work of art" and "daring... in the context of anti-gay politics in Africa."
Dookoom's incendiary new music video, premiered on City Press on Sunday and on Vice's music channel Noisey last night.
D black is amongst a host of stars that likes to shoot in South Africa where he shot his latest not one but two videos, this will now make it his fourth video that he has shot in S.A.
Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift's music video, 'Highway Don't Care,' directed by Shane Drake of Taillight, took home the 'Video of the Year' award from the 49th Academy of Country Music Awards (ACM).
Egg Films' Terence Neale directed the music video for Ragga Bomb, Skrillex's collaboration with British jungle pioneers Ragga Twins.
Oscar producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron announced last night that Irish super band, U2 will perform 'Ordinary Love' from Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom live during the Academy Awards on 2 March. 'Ordinary Love' has been nominated for Best Original Song and is tipped as the favourite in the category.
Channel24 recently revealed that British singer Lily Allen kicked off the New Year in Cape Town. The 28-year-old singer shared photos from her trip on her Instagram and Twitter accounts.
Die Antwoord is currently one of South Africa's most succesful musicians globally, as the likes of Katy Perry have made it clear that they are fans. Die Antwoord are now set to take their brand of music and art to the next level as they've begun shooting a film.