Thursday, 20 November 2014

#NowPlaying Naima K - Shayizandla

This morning on my way to work, was listening to Metro FM and they played a Naima K song which reminded me of this song that I fell in love with the first time I heard it. I think Naima is actually a GEM in the SA music industry, she's just one of those underrated talents. This song here, really does make me believe in love. Hope you enjoy it.


Signing Out

Love is Faith

Wednesday, 12 November 2014

SA HIP HOP Awards - My predictions

I don't really care about SAHHA as an event, I am only writing this post as a fan of SA HIP HOP music, and because AKA is ruling the nominations lol. So be warned, this post may also be biased towards AKA. 

NOMINATIONS: (Predictions in red


- Kwesta >>> Dakar 
- Duncan >>> Street Government 
- AKA >>> Levels 
- Da Les >>> Mandela Money 
- Cassper Nyovest >>> Tsholofelo 


- AKA 
- Kay Masta 
- Tweezy 
- Ganja Beatz 
- Psyfo 


- Ifani 
- Cassper Nyovest 
- Monde Dube 
- DJ Naves 


- Sprite 
- Miller Genuine Draft 
- Castle Lite (only because I'm in love with their Republic Of Extra Cold campaign)
- Red Bull 
- Hunters Extreme 


- Butan (only because Thesis wasn't nominated lol) 
- Head Honcho 
- Galxboy 
- Bambata 


- Cassper Nyovest >>> Doc Shebeleza 
- Da Les >>> Fire 
- AKA >>> Congratulate (this song just does things to me lol) 
- Amantombazane >>> Remix 
- Duncan >>> Tsiki-tsiki 
- AKA feat KO >>> Run Jozi 
- DJ Dimplez, Anatti & Dreamteam >>> Yaya


- Supreme crew 
- Vintage (they're the only crew I know)
- Ace Crew 
- Creed Crew 
- Freeze Frame 


- Amantombazane remix 
- Hape le hape part 2.1
- Fresh n Clean 
- Imma tell her 
- Run Jozi 
- The Bizness 
- Umtu wam
- Yaya remix 


- Speedsta 
- Naves 
- Dimplez 
- Capital 
- Major League (I'm just crossing fingers for these guys, they've been hustling #PityPrediction lol) 
- Switch 


- Duncan 
- Yugen Blakrok 
- Blayze 
- Maraza 
- Solo 

MOST VALUABLE ARTIST (I wonder what they mean here lol)

- AKA (obvious!)  
- Cassper Nyovest 
- DJ Dimplez 
- Reason 
- Khuli Chana 


- Cassper Nyovest >>> Doc Shebeleza
- AKA >>> Congratulate 
- LTido & Ice Price >>> Fresh n Clean 
- Kwesta >>> Keep walking 
- Riky Rick >>> Nafukwa 
- Khuli Chana feat HashOne, KT & Twodeemac >>>  Wannabeez


- AKA (no doubt about this one)
- Kwesta 
- Duncan 
- Cassper Nyovest 
- Da Les 

BEST FEMALE (shem, angibazi labosisi, I'll just reserve my prediction here) 

-  Yugen Blakrok 
- Gigi Lamayne 
- Missy RBK 
- Mega Mafia 
- Chazz Le Hippie 


- Duncan (love his ZULU punchlines) 
- Mo Molemi 
- Yugen Blakrok (who is this person vele yeh?) 
- Kwesta 
- Solo 

I don't really care about the rest of the nominations, you can view them on the SAHHA website HERE if you're interested. Let's visit this list again on the 18th of December to see if my predictions were pap or not lol. Drop me a comment below and let me know who your vote is going to. 

KhanyistarrrLove (or should I say, Mrs AKA Forbes) 
Signing Out 

Love is Faith. 

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

#NowPlaying Kid Cudi - Teleport 2 Me, Jamie (Official Video)

My forever #MCM (Man Crush Monday), my boyfriend (at night, when I'm fast asleep) Kid Cudi. I just love, love, love, this guy.

Thursday, 23 October 2014

Press Release: Street culture Creative Hustle pops up in Cape Town

Next month Live SA and British Council Connect ZA will host the next instalment of their popular Creative Hustle event series in Cape Town in partnership with lifestyle concept store, Boaston Society, and creative collective, Jam that Session.

The hustle will take over Boaston Society’s space in Long Street in Cape Town on Thursday 27 November and feature a panel discussion with young people and brands who are making waves in music and fashion street culture.


Boaston Society founder Elisha Mpofu @boastonsociety
Jam That Session co-founder Obie Mavuso @JamThat_Sesh
Head Honcho Clothing founder Nick Kaoma @nick_kaoma
2Bop Clothing co-founder Anthony Smith @2bop
Illustrator and graphic designer Clara Ilena @ClaraIlena
And People lead creative Kim Smith
Hashtag Radio and SABC 2’s Roughing It Out presenter Vuyolwethu Dubese@VDubese (Facilitator)

Look out for live performances from hip hop artist Andy Mkosi and backpack emcee Sabz, an interaction with a live street art wall by Clara Ilena as well as merchandise from pop up stalls.

British Council Connect ZA’s Levina Jones says this hustle questions who determines what makes street culture; how street culture and the wider creative sector work alongside each other, through collaborations or co-operations; and is there a way for high end creative movements and pop up kasi street culture to support each other positively?”

Live SA’s Sid Sidwaba adds: “We also want to explore whether street culture lends itself more to collaborations with new or established brands and how technology has facilitated greater access to global street culture.”

The Creative Hustle: Street Culture Pop-Up event takes place at Boaston Society, 55 Long Street, 2nd Floor in Cape Town on Thursday 27 November 2014 from 4.30pm to 7.30pm. It is free to attend for 18 to 35 year olds, however you must reserve your place to attend at

Presented by Live SA and British Council Connect ZA, Creative Hustles are an event series for 18-to-35-year-olds, providing a platform for up-and-coming creatives to connect and build relationships with established industry professionals. For more information, visit #creativehustles.

This project is part of SA-UK Seasons 2014 & 2015 which is a partnership between the Department of Arts and Culture, South Africa and the British Council.


Thursday, 16 October 2014

What I wore last week #VeziThangaWeek

Last week, the plan was to wear mini-skirts for the whole week... Soo sad I had to cut it short because of this jealous weather :( 

This week I'm doing #DressWeek, will share the pic(s) next week. 

All clothing items from Mr Price! 

Thursday, 9 October 2014

10 types of girls every guy dates before finding the one.

I know most of our fellow brothers will be happy about this post, since I did the "10 Guys" post last week, which was mostly for the ladies. Well guys this one is for you... ladies, you can also read through to find out what type of girl are you. 

1. DADDY's Girl 

This girl may be 25 or 30 years old, she still spends most of her free time with daddy. Not only does daddy play Minister of Finance, but he's also the first guy she calls when her car breaks down, her boss yells at her or even when she gets an extra ticket for a concert. Hol'up... isn't that supposed to be your role? 

2. The PARTY girl

This girl always knows where the party is. Not only that, but she has friends wherever you go, and they all have funny stories about that time she got wasted and made out with other people's boyfriends. Then, what do you know, you find her in a closet doing the same thing when she was supposed to be in a relationship with you. You try to dump her but she's too busy making out with that random guy to listen. 

Kwaaaaaaaa this is so me! 

3.  The STRAIGHT A student. 

This girl is super smart and it would be great to talk to her... if she ever had time to talk. She is involved in every kind of campus project / activities, whether it be for first years or post graduates, she's there. Oh, and most of all, she's more committed to her study group than she is to you. 


So what did you really mean when you said "nice shirt" to that girl? Were you looking at her boobs? Are her boobs better than mine? Let me check your phone, did you take her numbers? Then you end things by telling her that you have a horrible terminal disease because you're scared of the repercussions lol.

5. GOSSIP girl

This girl can talk for daysss! She talks about her friends, her friend's friend, her friend's boyfriend and that guy's cousin. All of her stories seem to be about someone in a bad situation that she can pretend to empathize with while she secretly acts better than them. You break up with her after fantasizing about Miss JEALOUSY, who at least focused all her attention on you. 


This girl and your mom get along like custard and jelly. She has your mom dropping hints about how it's time to settle down and she on the other hand is always talking about how awesome your mom is. But to be honest, your mom has more chemistry with this girl than you do. 

7. The ANXIETY case

This girl is worried and nervous about e-very-thing. When you go clubbing, she worries about her drink being spiked. When you're out ice-skating, she worries about breaking a leg. When you want to go on vacation, she is nervous about flying. So you book her in with a therapist or Mam Angie and say "Hasta la vista" baybay! 


This girl is exciting and it's never boring to be around her. But soon you realize that it's exhausting to ride on her emotional roller coaster every day. Then you start missing the anxiety case, at least she was consistent. 


You are not sure if what she's wearing is a shirt or a dress, not sure what's happening with her hair or make-up, but you know whatever it is, it's right on trend. It's all fun and games until she starts throwing out some of your favourite clothes in an attempt to make you more edgier. So, you have to say goodbye. 


This girl is so hot that you don't even believe that you're dating her. You feel like she's way out of your league. Your friends are envious and guy's heads turn when she walks into the room. It's pretty cool until you realize you don't have much to talk about since you have nothing in common. While you're in the middle of breaking up with her a guy in a BMW passes by and asks her out on a date. 

Fellas...which of these girls have you dated? And ladies, which one of these girls are you? Drop me a comment on the box below. 

Signing Out 

Love is Faith

Monday, 6 October 2014