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Was it payback?

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Was it payback?

Whatever happened to Easy B looks like it was long planned.

Easy B has a history of paying artists late or not paying them at all.

However, what happened with artists pulling out of the Home Coming Concert at the last minute looks like premeditated sabotage.

How do all the artists pull out just hours before the scheduled kick off?

Maybe they wanted revenge on the legendary DJ?

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Karim turns to Kwasa Kwasa

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Karim turns to Kwasa Kwasa

Having tried his luck as House Kwasa and Hip Hop, the multi-talented Onamile Ownah Wanga aka Karim has finally settled for Kwasa Kwasa.

The Beetsha native’s latest release is called ‘Mogata’.

The EP comprises of six tracks and incorporates a number of languages, including: Mbukushu, Seyei, Ikalanga, Sesubiya, Setswana and English.

The album opens up with ‘Sepoko’, then ‘Becha’ featuring Russ Décor and ‘Mogata’ featuring Malembe.

On track four is, ‘Motsene Mosimane’ which features the trio O-B, Quadra and Malembe, with ‘Appa’ and ‘Tlogela Bojalwa’ rounding up the album.

The title track is one of the songs to look out for.

If marketed well, it has the potential to transform Karim into a force to reckon with.

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Carlos Ditsheko at CMD records in Maun, for Kwasa Kwasa lovers, this is a must have album!

RATINGS: 8/10

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Tom’s Inn lounge grand opening

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Tom’s Inn lounge grand opening

Residents of Masunga will be treated to a night of music and dance at Tom’s Inn Lounge on Saturday 25th.

This will be the nightclub’s grand opening and organisers have booked the versatile MC Maswe and his Beauty Queens for the occasion.

With his latest offering ‘Chisungo’ featuring Lucia Dottie, where he makes his first attempt at Amapiano, Maswe will surely rock the party.

Other songs on the new project include ‘Piano Kuru’ featuring Kesa and DJ Kokmakay and ‘Masika’ featuring his Beauty Queens and Tiboz.

The legendary Maswe will share the stage with Fez BW, DJs Kokmakay, Lenty, Thresh and Trisha.

The theme for the grand opening is ‘Back to School’ and P20 gets you in.

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Croz bred preaches peace

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Croz bred preaches peace

Local Hip Hop talent Croz Bred is putting the finishing touches to his debut EP, ‘Morwa Khumoetsile’ a ten-track offering he hopes to have ready by April.

As he builds towards its release after a year of sweat and toil, the 26-year-old artist is set to drop the EP’s fourth single ‘Message 2 Africa’ this Tuesday (21 January).

Featuring Skavenja and Quin P in a mixture of English and Setswana, it is a song close to the young singer’s heart.

“The track encourages Africans to come together. It covers issues like last year’s xenophobic attacks in South Africa, drug abuse, gender based violence and murder while highlighting the evil of such ills and the devastation they cause to society. It is a message of peace!” proclaims the softly spoken Croz Bred, who relocated to Gaborone in 2017 after losing his job as a plant operator when Tati Nickel Mine closed.

Produced by Em Joe and K Fros, ‘Message 2 Africa’ contains a melodic beat reminiscent of the late Michael Jackson’s ‘Earth Song’.

With hard-hitting lyrics that resonate with the listener, backed up by a catchy tune, this single could be the making of Croz Bred, who mixed and mastered the song himself.

Available on all social media platforms, the Hip Hop crooner has created a Whatsapp Group (77902688) for his fans to access his music.

RATINGS: 8/10

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