Under Carpet Records Presents Dejavu Vendredi
From: Fri 22 Feb 2019 8:00 PM
To: Sat 23 Feb 2019 3:00 AM
Date: Friday, 22 Feb 2019
Venue: Corner Juta De Beer St, Braamfontein, Johannesburg
Under Carpet Records Presents Dejavu Vendredi with The Rhythm sessions( Kaya Fm ) DJ ML. Zulumasta( house players ) T – Man Soul. Inv
K.C.B and Csides Present: MINA
Dancehall delights on the KCB dance floor from the acclaimed London based producer and DJ, Mina, supported by a line up of local talent, ensuring an energetic, eclectic and musically enriching evening.
Party starts at 9pm
Presented by csides and Kitcheners
Date: Saturday, 23 February 2019 at 21:00 – 03:30.
Venue: Kitcheners, Corner Juta and De Beer Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
SAMTHING SOWETO 2 NIGHTS ONLY
Multi-talented artist, song writer and producer, Samthing Soweto presentsLive at Joburg Theatre. The show will showcase his diverse musical skill as a celebrated South African artist. Samthing Soweto started his career with the award winning acapella group The Soil. He then branched on his own journey releasing EPs and collaborating with the likes of Mobi Dixon and most recently Black Coffee. The country will know him for his collaboration with Sun-El musician on the hit Akanamali which won them x3 SAMA awards. This is the show you don’t want to miss so make sure you book early.
Venue: Joburg Theatre
Date : 22 and 23 February at 8pm
URBAN VILLAGE AT BREEZEBLOCK
Urban Village music encourages and motivates, entertains, and
awakens cultural and traditional consciousness; it encapsulates day-to-day
personal and societal experiences echoed with teachings by the elderly,
bringing us back, not to be regressive but to take us back to a point where our
identity reflects us and our stories.
Inspired by an innate love for the sound of music and with rhythm that flows through their bones with the same consistency as blood, the band came together in 2013 but not all at once. It all started with Lerato Lichaba, the bandleader, and one by one the four found each other, like souls that once met on the other side. Their sound can be described as a blend of folk music, Zulu rock, Xhosa funk, mbaqanga, maskandi layered with electric and funky acoustic melodies clearly rooted in South Africa.
When: 22 Feb at 7pm
Entrance: R80 online
COTTON FEST 2020
COTTON FEST, bringing yet another banger this year with some of SA’s greatest artists and media socialites which include; AKA, A-reece, Ayanda MVP, Black Motion, Boity, Da Le, Dr Peppa, Emtee, KO, Kabza DE Small and Maphorisa, Kwesta, MAe, Major League + Focalistic+ Kamo, Mphel, Ms Cosmo and MVD, Nadia Nakai, Nasty C, P Kuttah, PH, Reason, Riky Rick, Rouge, Sho Madjozi and Skinny Macho.
Hosting the event, will be Ricky Rick & taking place in central Johannesburg on 1 Feb 2020.
City waldorf claims the victory at “UJ sing it out” 2019
A stand off between the best university choirs, a battle of melodies and voices, creativity and great coordination.
It was a battle of the voices at the UJ Sing it out competition as choirs took to the stage to deliver a performance deserving of a trophy.
The City Waldorf powered through their performance, which saw them take the trophy home.
Women’s month: Celebrating Empress of south Africa, Nozipho Mashaba
Nozipho Mashana, Empress South Africa contestant. A believer of working hard and using her craft to instil positive attitudes and carrying that through ones being.
Who is Nozipho Mashaba?
Nozipho Mashaba (25) from the rich grounds of Venda to the city of Gold describes herself as a humble and caring soul. A woman with determination to be successful and a hard worker.
How do you use your craft as a tool to spread positivity?
If they say it’s impossible, it’s impossible for them not for you. No matter where you come from or what you have been through the future is yours too. Our dreams are valid and we all have the power to make them come true.
What does it mean for you to be part of Empress South Africa?
Empress South Africa is a wonderful women empowerment platform, that doesn’t discriminate your size, race, background (whether you rich or poor), you height your weight and your looks.
This is something that I’ve dreamt about doing for the longest time and day by day, moment by moment I’m getting closer to realising my dream. I am overwhelmed with gratitude to have made it this far and being able to make my hometown proud.
What is that one thing you would like the world to know about you?
I love people and changing lives so much. Every time l meet someone l make an impact in their lives. I’m one person who is not scared of losing because that way l get to learn how l can make myself better. I take risks and l challenge myself to new things.
What made you choose modelling?
I love the thrill and influence that comes with it, having to touch more lives either than those close to me through modelling is a fulfilling feeling.
Since it’s women’s month what message do have for women out there and those looking to follow in your footsteps ?
Always know that you are beautiful, important, unique, wonderful and talented. Your dreams are valid. Speak up and trust me someone will hear you. Believe in yourself, do what you want, take chances, get the right information and you can do more than you think. Dare to be ambitious and don’t let others define you cause you are enough. Lastly never settle.
This women’s month we celebrate Nozipho’s determination in using her craft to encourage young people to move beyond their limits.
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