B-Side (s2017)

B-Side (s2017)
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Dorothy Masuku & Abigail Kubeka
Bridget Masinga spoke to the Legendary Diva’s of Kofifi Dorothy Masuku and Abigail Kubeka.
Yvonne Chaka Chaka
The Queen of Africa Mam Yvonne Chaka Chaka joins Bridget in-studio.
Zubz
South African rapper Zubz is an artist on Outrageous Records known for his incredible and inspired lyrical commentary. An MC of the highest caliber, with exceptional producer and song-writing ability, Zubz is Hip Hop's alternative to the current status quo. He joins Bridget in studio and battles it out with Proverb as well.
Enhle Mbali Maphumulo
Enhle Mbali Maphumulo joined Bridget in studio to talks life, love, career and family
Nandi
Nandi is a cherished performing artist, an influencer and a businesswoman with a story to tell and a journey to share. As one of Africa’s most loved celebrities and social influencers, Nandi occupies a revered spot in many homes and hearts of Africans as a musician, actress and TV presenter.
Elias Lerole
In the 1950s Elias Lerole introduced kwela music through the penny whistle to the world with the likes of Spokes Mashiane and Lemmy Mabaso. He opened up to Bridget Masinga about those early days of Kwela and celebrating his 80th Birthday and 60 years of Kwela.
Thandiswa Mazwai
Thandiswa Mazwai was on the B Side with Bridget Masinga to talk about her upcoming performance at the DSTV Delicious Festival and we took a walk down the lane of her illustrious career and its myriad influencers.
Zahara
From humble beginnings to one of the biggest selling South African musicians - singer, song-writer Zahara joined Bridget Masinga for #KayaLunchtime just days after her latest album “Mgodi”. In the heartfelt conversation she opened up about her challenges and her dichotomous relationship with the fame she has been thrust into since the release of her debut album Loliwe in 2011.
Eric Gyamfi
Ghanaian photographer Eric Gyamfi joined Bridget Masinga on #KayaLunchTime. Hi latest showcase “Just Like Us" focuses on homosexual people in Ghana. He opens the dialogue on the presence of non-heteronormative members in society and the important role that they play in constructing the national social fabric. His first attempt was photographing LGBTI people who had experienced violence and abuse.
Jussie Smollett
Two years after bumping into Jussie Smollett, Bridget Masinga sat down with the Empire Super Star at Kaya House to catch up with him about his early appearances on our screens in “On Our Own” in the mid-90s to his Artivism, Empire success and his blooming music career.