June 15, 2009
Local music group inspire the youth
On the cusp of releasing their debut album “Sub-conscious”, Suburban Menace has officially started their media campaign around their album launch.
With the radio release of their first official single Never Again (I’m an African), the group tackles the issue of race, xenophobia and ignorance directly. The track speaks to how important it is for us to stand together as Africans, across all colours, creeds and racial boundaries, communicating a message of patriotism and ubuntu.
Suburban Menace hope to inspire the youth of South Africa through their music, and, by appealing to the media houses, to create opportunities for the youth to showcase their talents regularly.
Suburban Menace host weekly hiphop open mic events on Wednesday nights at Stones in Kuilsriver, for all aspiring artists to showcase their talents.
For more information please see the Suburban Menace Facebook group.
Listen to their latest single:
Email the name of the suburb in Cape Town that Suburban Menace host their weekly Hip hop open mic nights to firstname.lastname@example.org and stand a chance to win one of three Suburban Menace CDs.
Aslam Levy is an eMarketing Coordinator at Cape Town Tourism, you can view his personal blog here.