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Grooving in the Ghetto Fri 16 September 2022
Grooving in the Ghetto Fri 16 September 2022


Grooving in the Ghetto Fri 16 September 2022

Third time’s a charm for Balaakgosi II

Like a fine wine that gets better with time, popular Tonota star, BalaaKgosi II believes his third album is his best work yet.

The Traditional contemporary artist proudly tells GiG ‘S’toki sa Mmabiki’ is a step up in quality from his previous LPs, both in terms of sound and lyrical content.

“It is a ten-track feel good album that will appeal to old and young alike; it will get everyone in the mood to dance,” insists the singer born Biki Motswetla.

Songs to look out for include ‘Mmapula’, an up-beat, celebratory tune fast becoming a wedding anthem in the north east.

The ever-busy Dr Tawanda adds his distinguished voice to the mix, featuring on two tracks, ‘Ha nka Mmona’ and ‘Mama’. The Zimbabwean’s Shona works well with BalaaKgosi’s Setswana, the contrasting languages combining to create an intriguing melody.

A big part of BalaaKgosi’s appeal is his energetic live performances, with the singer-songwriter and his brilliant backing dancers available for hire at weddings – for more information, check out his Facebook page.

RATING: A solid 7 out of 10

Nyovest in Orapa

South African rap top dog, Casper Nyovest will perform at Itekeng Stadium in Orapa this Saturday.

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The multimillionaire, who recently gushed about hanging out with American superstars, Busta Rhymes, Mos Def, Chris Rock and Dave Chapelle in London, will perform at the Diamond Golf Festival alongside Sdala B and Paige, ATI, Franco, La Timmy and many other local acts.

The annual Orapa Diamond Gold Challenge is making its return after a three-year absence due to Covid-19.

General tickets are selling for P200 while a limited number of VIP tickets are available but will set you back P1, 000.

Dalom Kids

Kuze Kuse fest

Disco lovers are in for a treat on 24th of this month at Obed Itani Chilume Stadium.

The trio of Dalom Kids will get their Ghetto groove on at a gig dubbed Kuze Kuse Music Festival.

Groomed and nurtured by Dan Tshanda, Dalom Kids have remained the true ambassadors of disco music since the death of their mentor.

They’ll share the stage with DJ KSB, Matsieng, Awilo, Jeff Matheatau, Eskimos, Amanandos and a host of local DJs including Chengeta and Maftown.

Tickets are available at Webtickets (Spar) at P150 or else it 200 bucks at the gate.

For those with deep pockets, the VIP Zane and VVIP tickets are P1, 500 and P2, 500 respectively.

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