Jazz mu toropo music festival coming soon
Bana Bana Ba Ntogwa traditional group is set to start their music festival called Jazz Mu Toropo.
It will be held on the 17th of December in Francistown, Obed Itani Chilume Stadium.
“We saw a gap in the jazz music market in Francistown. People here just listen to jazz music at the bars, so we want to bring it to them.
And we want the festival to be annual, so we raise funds for our group to be able to sponsor ourselves on international trips,” said the group Manager Daniel Diamond who is also one of the most well-known international artists on the line up for the day.
Diamond pleads for the sponsors to come forth. “So far we have been sponsored by MYSC and we are still looking for more sponsors,” he closed.
Matswakabele for independence
The Motswako producer, Verbal Slayer released his new album last week as an Independence Day gift for his fans.
His studio is called Verbal Productions Studio.
The album has 16 tracks, and it features Selibe-Phikwe based songstress Merapelo Molaakgosi and Bred Jake Lamonta.
“So far, the album is being sold from the boot of my car and I want to thank Phikwe residents for the support they gave me last week buying my CDs.
Matswakabale is Verbal Slayer’s second album following the release of Setsuatsue in 2018.
The biggest annual music festival in the Northern calendar Toropo Ya Muka Music, which serves to bring fun as well to ignite the city and boost the Francistown local economy is here.
It will be held on Thursday at Obed Itani Chilume Stadium. Toropo Ya Muka will be celebrating 7 years this year.
Artists and DJ’s like Latimmy, Han C, Dr Vom, Team Distant, Ancestral Rituals and Chrispin the Drummer are on the line up.
Hey Nyena will also grace the event.