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Are you a fun loving and crazy about Summer, Music, Sand and Surf?

 

If you tick all the boxes, then this one’s for you! Grab your beach towel and sunscreen, and join the new tribe known as Africa’s Fun-Loving People (AFLPs) as they launch the very first #BRINGSUMMERBACK –Fresh Ink Party!

 

Brought to you by the Chief Fun Lovers of EM.ZA Entertainment, powered by MTVBASE, Clere Radience & Zkhipani.com, #BRINGSUMMERBACK- Fresh Ink Party is the ultimate beach party where summer bodies are flaunted, great music never ceases, pop culture personalities mingle and, most importantly, the fun never stops.

“BRINGSUMMERBACK is aimed at bringing together all fun loving people together under the African sun. We are looking at having AFLPs from the continent coming together to celebrate Summer and African music and the beautiful city of Durban create the perfect ambience for this event. This year we’ve teamed up with the Fresh Ink Party to throw the biggest party to welcome Summer 2017!” says Emmanuel Dube of EM.ZA Entertainment.

 

Fashioned after the world’s best beach parties from Miami to Ibiza, the #BRINGSUMMERBACK – Fresh Ink party will breathe new life to the sunny Palm Tree Paradise of Durban on November 25 as we welcome the official South African Summer season.

 

The inaugural shindig will see over 20 artists and DJs which include Gqom Queen Babes Wodumo (photos attached), Riky Rick, Major League, Distruction Boys, DJ Walker, DJ Wobbly, Junior DeRocka, Lady Zamar, “NgizoMemeza” hit maker DJ Benny Maverick and Gagasi FM’s DJ Vumar, DJ Mayibuye, to name but a few, flock to the Blue Lagoon Beach in Durban.

 

Among the throng of celebrities who’ll be hosting this event and making sure that the Music lovers have the good time of their lives will be MTVbaseduo Nomalanga and Tshego Koke, Ntando Duma, Generations’ Thuli P (Phongolo), Club 808’s Bontle Modiselle, The Queen’s Kay Sibiya,  to name but a few.

 

So get your beachwear on and head over to the Blue Lagoon Beach, Durban on Saturday, November 25, to be part of the coolest crowd in town – Africa’s Fun-Loving People! Miss it as your own peril *wink*.

Tickets now available at Computicket at R120 for General and only R350 for VIP before the 25th November.

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SA’s largest Independent Music Publisher turns 21

Posted by radio On October - 26 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

Sheer Publishing was founded in 1996. With the country and music industry in a state of unprecedented change, they laid the foundations for what has become the largest independent music publisher in South Africa today, ranking among the top five SA publishing companies by market share.

 

Exploiting a gap in the local jazz scene, Sheer’s goal was to share South African music with the world, while supporting the musicians at home. After 21 dynamic years Sheer Publishing has become a globally active publisher dedicated to the advancement of music enterprise, while remaining true to its roots and putting its authors and composers at the heart of the company’s publishing activities.

 

Sheer Publishing is a full-service music publisher, providing expertise in African music copyright ownership, international copyright management, film and television music, clearance and supervision, jingle and songwriter representation and library production music management.

 

Sheer Publishing currently manages a catalogue of over 150 000 copyrights, ranging from songs by iconic songwriters such as Zimbabwean music superstar Oliver Mtukudzi, the Grammy award-winning Miriam Makeba, Chimurenga music pioneer Thomas Mapfumo, Kenyan afro-pop band Sauti Sol who has won both the MTV Africa and Europe Awards, rock band The Parlotones, South Africa’s hip-hop ace Cassper Nyovest and the great Busi Mhlongo to mention a few.

 

In 2011 Sheer Publishing bought Skumba Music, a local music library catalogue with about 1500 tracks and has built it into an entity that, today, houses more than 300 000 pieces of high quality music, most of them instrumental. It is the largest, diverse African music library available under a blanket license and has seen music placements in films such as District 9TsotsiSearching for SugarmanMiners Shot Down and television shows such as Private PracticeJacob’s Cross, and Isibaya, as well as in a multitude of South African commercials.

 

Sheer Publishing represents many African-based composers seeking licensing for music used on television, film, commercials and radio. Sheer Publishing also represents various international music publishers such as Kobalt Music, Downtown Music, Songs Music Publishing, Mushroom Music, Mute Song, Freibank Music and Saragema Music of India.

 

Sheer Publishing continues to transport Africa’s musical treasures to the rest of the world, while building market share on the continent, specifically focusing on Nigeria, Kenya and Ghana, all of which have developed very sophisticated media industries over the last two decades.

 

Sheer Publishing’s General Manager Karabo Motijoane says: “Sheer Publishing is about innovating, exploring new markets, territories and networking on platforms that can scale and offer clients opportunities. Our brand is steeped in excellence, thanks largely to our stakeholders who are a resource in our value proposition and thus perfecting a publishing solution becomes a treasured partnership in these diverse music economies.”

“Music and business is our passion. We are happy to have reached such a milestone as a company and look forward to doing more in the future” added Motijoane.

Sheer Publishing has a full-time staff of 15 in Johannesburg and part-time agents in Accra, Yaoundé and Nairobi.

 

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Heart FM launches Heart Cape Town Music Festival

Posted by radio On October - 19 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

 Heart FM is set to host one of the biggest music festivals in the Western Cape on 10 February 2018 at the Newlands Cricket Stadium. The Heart Cape Town Music Festival will see 22 top South African acts on one stage including hip hop superstar AKA and the legendary Mango Groove to name but a few.

 

The family friendly event aims to attract a diverse audience with music spanning across genre’s to appeal to both the young and young at heart.  Heart FM Managing Director Renee Redelinghuys explains. “Putting on this multi-million rand event for the people of Cape Town is our way of saying thank you for making us the biggest radio station in the Western Cape*.”

 

Festival Directors Denver Apollus and Marlo Paulse are confident that theHeart Cape Town Music Festival will be an event second to none. Apollus adds, “We are mindful of the challenges previous concerts at Newlands Cricket Ground has faced and we are applying a different model in the site layout for the event.  Asked about the event, Paulse believes it is something unique to offer Heart FM’s listeners. “Apart from the affordability we see theHeart Cape Town Music Festival as an opportunity to bring Cape Town to life all on one stage.”

 

Confirmed artists to perform on the day include: Jimmy Nevis, Youngsta CPT, Mark Alex, Prime Circle, Craig Lucas, AKA, Casper Nyovest, Sketchy Bongo, Tresor, Dr Victor and the Rasta Rebels, Mango Groove, Die Heuwels Fantasties, Nasty C, Emo Adams, Sasha Lee, Alistair Izobell , Salome, Kurt Darren, Chad Saaiman, Jarrad Ricketts and Airborne.

 

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Tortured Soul Live at The Lyric

Posted by radio On October - 19 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

Whilst Kaya FM & Bassline Live have been striving to bring the best in African acts to the ‘Live at the Lyric’ series over the past year, we are proud to announce a slightly different twist to the end of 2017, in the form of international house and soul sensation Tortured Soul.

 

100% live modern, deep, soulful house music that prides itself on being freed from the dj booth, Tortured Soul is one of the worlds most groove-centred acts.  With a sound reminiscent of neo-soul groups like Jamiroquai or Brand New Heavies, it is also deeply saturated in the contemporary freshness of house purveyors like Joe Negro, Kenny Dope, Soul Clap and Disclosure.

Loved and revered by South African audiences through word-of-mouth and strong radio play, this is one show that Afropolitans will not want to miss.

 

Led by frontman John-Christian Urich, Tortured Soul was quickly picked up by New York-based deep house label Central Park Recordings and the group was officially launched to the world.  Since then it has become a staple amongst DJ’s across the globe and received major airplay, including a number 1 on Kaya FM.

 

‘Introducing Tortured Soul’, the debut album, was dubbed by legendary tastemaker Gilles Petersen as “the future of house music”.  The follow-up album, 2009’s ‘Did You Miss Me’, released on the band’s own label, TSTC Records, ushered in a new wave of critical acclaim from music publications like Blues and Soul, SoulBounce, and SoulTracks who described the album as “one immaculate danceable tune after another.”

 

With a new album, ‘Hot For Your Love Tonight’, burning up dance floors with songs like the heartfelt ‘I’ll Be There For You’ and the Deep House-flavoured ‘Don’t Lead Me On’, Tortured Soul shows no signs of stopping. The future of House Music is now.

 

Once again, stylish urban outfitters Brentwood Clothing, new affiliates to the Kaya Fm & Bassline Live series, will be on board, standing behind the rich arts an culture scene in SA through music.

 

 

The band will be performing for one night only at the Lyric on the 15th December and tickets are on sale at Computicket now for between R200 to R685.  Book now for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

 

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Son to Peter Tladi, one of the most prolific and respected music industry experts, Tumi Tladi is undoubtedly his father’s son. With music in his DNA, it was a matter of time since the world would hear Tumi’s incredible sound. The release of his debut album Written In The Stars is testament to his hard work, passion and unbreakable spirit.

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Ferocious Hip hop beats fused with modern day trap, slick flow, memorable keys layered beautifully, making a well-put together body of art, Written In The Stars. His first single Dirty Dancer is every producer’s dream with all the makings of an absolute hit. Some of the songs on the album include Like That, Adidas, Chemistry and Fade.

 

Written In The Stars is a 13-track album which flows from start to finish, with a number of features from the likes of Thiwe, Cuebar, Phantom Steeze, B3nchmarQ, Christie and DJ Smokes.

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Tumi, 25 years old, broke into the entertainment scene as a dancer, performing alongside respected names, the likes of Somizi, Lalla Hirayama, Cassper Nyovest and Khuli Chana among others. As a dancer, he has performed across North America, Europe, Asia and a number of African countries. Tumi has always known that he would end up in the music industry. Not only a rapper with a flawless flow, his singing is also tasteful.

 

Not one to ride on his family name for recognition, Tumi has earned his stripes in the industry and has proven to be a stronger force to be reckoned with among his peers. His offering is a gift and a steering in the direction for the hip hop industry.

 

Written In The Stars is available on all digital music platforms and retail stores.

 

Connect with Tumi on social media: @TumiTladi

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Winners of The BET Hip Hop Awards 2017

Posted by radio On October - 14 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

The BET “HIP HOP AWARDS” 2017 brought the heat to Miami, Florida on Friday, October 6, 2017 for the annual taping of the most prominent hip hop showcase on television. Multi-platinum artist, mega-producer and holder of ‘the keys to success’ DJ Khaled hosted hip-hop’s biggest night of the year at The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater. The BET “HIP HOP AWARDS” 2017 will premiere on BET Africa (DStv channel 129) on Friday, 13 October at 21:00 CAT.

ATLANTA, GA – SEPTEMBER 17: DJ Khaled performs onstage during the 2016 BET Hip Hop Awards at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center on September 17, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Marcus Ingram/BET/Getty Images for BET)

 

 

Cardi B stole the show with 5 wins for ‘Single of the Year’ for her Number #1 Billboard hit, ‘Bodak Yellow’; ‘Best New Hip Hop Artist’, ‘Best Mixtape’, ‘Made-You-Look Award (Best Hip Hop Style)’, and ‘Hustler of the Year’. Kendrick Lamar followed closely picking up 4 awards for ‘Best Hip Hop Video’, ‘Album of the Year’, ‘Hot Ticket Performer’ and ‘Lyricist of the Year’. Host DJ Khaled snagged 3 honors for ‘DJ of the Year’, ‘Best Collab, Duo or Group’ and ‘MVP of the Year’, dedicating the accolades to his son, Asahd Khaled. Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell received the night’s biggest honor, the ‘I Am Hip Hop Award’ for his unmatched achievements and contributions to hip hop culture.

 

Viewers should tune into the hottest performances by DJ Khaled featuring Trick Daddy, T-Pain, Plies and Rick Ross with their 2007 anthem “I’m so Hood”. Migos kept the energy going with a performance of their latest single “Too Hotty”; Playboi Carti had the house rocking with hits “Woke Up Like This” and “Magnolia (Milly Rock)”. Over at Club Liv, Gucci Mane performed a medley of club bangers including “Tone It Down”, “I Get the Bag”, “Curve” and “Make Love First”; Yo Gotti performed new single “Juice” and chart-topping hit “Rake it Up”. Cardi B hit the stage with a much anticipated performance of her Billboard Chart-topping hit, “Bodak Yellow” and Rick Ross, Trina, Trick Daddy and Flo Rida all hit the stage in a nostalgic tribute to hip hop pioneer Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell, during which “Uncle Luke” performed some of his classic hip hop hits “Scarred”, “It’s Your Birthday”, “Me So Horny”,  “Pop That” and “I Wanna Rock (Doo Doo Brown)”.

 

The complete list of 2017 BET “Hip Hop Awards” winners are:

 

Best Hip-Hop Video

Kendrick Lamar – “HUMBLE.”

 

Best Collabo, Duo or Group

DJ Khaled ft. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller – “Wild Thoughts”

 

Hot Ticket Performer

Kendrick Lamar

 

Lyricist of the Year

Kendrick Lamar

 

Video Director of the Year

Benny Boom

 

DJ of the Year

DJ Khaled

 

Producer of the Year

Metro Boomin

 

MVP of the Year

DJ Khaled

 

Single of the Year

“Bodak Yellow” – Produced By J. White Did It (Cardi B)

 

Album of the Year

Kendrick Lamar – “DAMN.”

 

Best New Hip-Hop Artist

Cardi B

 

Hustler of the Year

Cardi B

 

Made-You-Look Award (Best Hip-Hop Style)

Cardi B

 

Best Hip-Hop Online Site/ App

TheShadeRoom.com

 

Best Mixtape

Cardi B – “Gangsta Bitch Music Vol. 2”

 

Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse

Nicki Minaj – “Rake It Up” (Yo Gotti ft. Nicki Minaj)

 

Impact Track

Jay Z – “The Story of O.J.”

 

Jesse Collins, CEO of Jesse Collins Entertainment, served as Executive Producer of the BET Hip Hop Awards along with Connie Orlando, BET Head of Programming and Jeannae Rouzan–Clay, Vice President of Specials, Jesse Collins Entertainment.

 

BET.com/HipHopAwards is the official site for the BET “HIP HOP AWARDS” 2017 where fans can visit to get up-to-date info on this year’s show and take a look back on past BET Hip Hop Awards.  The BET “HIP HOP AWARDS” 2017 will premiere on BET Africa (DStv channel 129) on Friday, 13 October at 21:00 CAT.

 

BET “HIP HOP AWARDS” is fresh, legendary and, as always, a memorable night that you don’t want to miss!

 

For more information on the BET Hip Hop Awards, visit www.betafrica.tv, like and chat to us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BETinAfrica or join the conversation about the channel on Twitter and Instagram @BET_Africa using the hashtag #BETHipHopAwards17.

 

 

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Soweto Theatre is proud to announce a ten-day musical tribute to culture luminary and godfather of South Africa theatre, Gibson Kente from 7 to 17 December 2017.

Where Robert Sobukwe,Mirriam Makeba and Nelson Mandela left an indelible mark in our imagination, the late Gibson Kente played an equally consequential role. Plays like ‘How Long’, ‘I Believe’ and ‘Too Late’ amongst many others spoke to the heart of what indigenous South Africans experienced under a repressive and foreign regime.

 

Gibson Kente is referred to as the father of township theatre. It is from the townships that legends like him have influenced the cultural, economic and political landscape of South Africa and various parts of the globe. Gibson Kente was a theatre extraordinaire; he was a director, producer, playwright, music composer and choreographer of his own plays. Not only was he a theatre practitioner but he also contributed to the education and training space in South Africa.

 

Being the cardinal storyteller illustrating black pain, love and aspiration in the time of Apartheid it is with great pleasure to announce that he will be commemorated in a musical tribute at Soweto Theatre this festive season.

 

“South Africa is at a time of great possibilities as we are on the verge of a cultural renaissance. Our audiences are in for treat,” says Makhaola Ndebele, Artistic Manager at Joburg City Theatres.

 

A Musical Tribute to Gibson Kente will be in Soweto Theatre’s main auditorium (The Red) from December 7thuntil December 17th 2017. Tickets are now on sale at R120,with early bird tickets at R80, and  available at the onsite box office, www.sowetotheatre.com as well as selected Pick ‘n Pay stores.

 

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Hugh Masekela unable to perform at Delicious Fest

Posted by radio On October - 3 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

DStv has announced that Hugh Masekela is no longer able to perform at this year’s DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival to be held at Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in Midrand on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 October.

 

This follows an emergency medical procedure on his left eye in September, which requires several weeks of rest for post-operative healing. As a result, Masekela will not be able to engage in performances or extensive travel until the end of October.

 

Massive management’s Lloyd Cornwall says the festival organisers are naturally disappointed that Hugh Masekela will not be able to be part of this year’s fantastic line-up, which includes other several high profile international and local artists. “We understand that Hugh’s health takes priority and we wish him a speedy recovery in the weeks ahead.”

 

Cornwall assures festival-goers that the line-up for the festival is superb with international music giants such as CommonJohn LeeeAlexander O’NealOmarSoul II Soul and Femi Kuti expected thrill audiences. “We also have an incredible line-up of local performers including Bongo Maffin and TKZeeThandiswa Mazwai and Black Coffee.

 

“We urge the public not to miss out on this awesome two-day event. Tickets are available at ticketpro.co.za and there will also be loads of delicious food on offer as well as excellent entertainment for the younger members of the family.”

Book your tickets for the DStv Delicious Festival and get to enjoy two days of wall to wall musical treats and food that will tantalise your taste buds.

 

General Access Ticket

 

R495 per person per day or R800 per person for a weekend pass (Saturday and Sunday) includes the following:

  • Access into festival grounds
  • Access to general public areas (General Access standing area, food market, exhibitions, DStv channel activations, the GA public bars)

 

The Ciroc Terrace Lounge

 

R1295 per person per day or R2100 per person for a weekend pass (Saturday and Sunday) includes the following:

  • Situated on exclusive VIP terrace
  • VIP Lounge
  • VIP Parking (one parking pass per two tickets bought, parking pass will be emailed)
  • VIP Entrance
  • VIP Bathrooms
  • Premium Cash Bar
  • Tented lounge and furniture
  • Hostesses
  • Viewing Deck with sight lines to the main stage and a view over the festival
  • Fenced garden

 

Kids Zone

R150 per child per day (restricted to ages 3 to 13 years) includes the following:

  • Access into festival grounds
  • Access to general public areas (General Access standing area, food market, exhibitions, DStv channel activations)
  • Access into Kids Zone area for Kids ages 3 to 13 years

 

 

 

DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival is held in proud association with Gauteng Tourism Authority, Proudly South African, Kaya FM, Independent Newspapers, Coca-Cola, J&B, Ciroc, Johnnie Walker, Tanqueray, Castle Milk Stout, Jeep, Generosity Water, Uva Mira Mountain Vineyards and Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit and The Tim Tebeila Foundation

 

 

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PwC Report : The future of Music

Posted by radio On October - 3 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

South Africa’s music revenue is on a growth curve. Total music revenue was R2.2 billion in 2016, up 2.7% on the previous year. The live music sector continues to be the growth driver as recorded music sales decline. However, while the live segment is set to maintain its momentum, recorded music revenue will begin to revive as South African consumers increasingly sign up to the market’s digital services. Total music revenue is forecast to rise at a CAGR of 5.0% to reach R2.8 billion in 2021.

Recorded music set to rise on the back of healthy streaming growth. As in many markets, audiences are not only turning away from owning physical music product, but they are also set to reduce their consumption of digital downloads, with downloading revenue forecast to decline for the first time in 2017 by 7%. South Africa is able to boast a wide range of music streaming services, with newcomers still coming to market with differentiated, competitive offers, further boosting consumer demand for subscription-based listening.

 

  • Physical recorded music is in steep decline. Sales totalled just R463 million in 2016, down from R562 million in the previous year, and from R992 million in 2012. Physical recorded music revenue is forecast to decrease at a CAGR of -18.4% over the next five years to be worth only R168 million in 2021.

 

  • Live music plays a key, and growing, role. Ticket sales and sponsorship revenue will continue to rise at a pace that will see live music take an increasing share of total music revenue, increasing from 55% in 2016 to 62% in 2021. Live music revenue will rise from R1.2 billion in 2016 to total R1.7 billion in 2021, a CAGR of 7.4% over the forecast period.

 

The headline change in the music industry has to be the marked consumer shift away from purchasing and owning recorded music to showing an increasing preference for subscription-based, music-rental services. A similar trend is being experienced across the globe in the consumer music-streaming spending figures and forecasts, with the rate of change the only significant differentiator.

 

As with other markets, that shift to subscription-based streaming looks to have come at a cost to the music industry, with a sharp decline in digital music downloads, a format that is losing favour in most countries. Music-streaming platforms will continue to grow, with much of that activity driven by the region’s younger demographics.

 

As in many developed markets, streaming has proved the saviour of the recorded music industry in South Africa. A healthy mix of local and international players have combined to create a compelling service for consumers, and uptake is easily enough to offset the fast-declining physical and downloads market.

 

Coupled with a live music market in good shape, the music segment has a positive outlook over the next five years.

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Simphiwe Dana – One Night at The Lyric Theatre

Posted by radio On September - 28 - 2017 ADD COMMENTS

Kaya FM & Bassline Live are honoured to be hosting the living legend songstress Simphiwe Dana to the live series of events at the Lyric Theatre in Gold Reef City on the 11 November.

 

Already lauded as one of the most important singers, cultural activists and fashion icons of our time, Ms. Dana has yet to grace the series that has seen the likes of Oliver Mtukudzi, Thandiswa Mazwai and The Soil being booked.

 

 

Therefore, it is only fitting, as the musical series grows from strength to strength, that this globally-revered world music artist join the ranks and add to the solid reputation that Kaya FM & Bassline Live have created with these top quality shows.

 

Simphiwe Dana is more than just a singer – since her debut release Zandisilie in 2004, anyone who heard her music or encountered her on stage has been moved by her fierce determination and grit to not only embed herself into the hearts of her fans through song, but to constantly give back to South Africa at large with her awareness of socio-economic challenges faced in the various communities.  She is a voice for the voiceless and shakes political landscapes, whilst the natural God-given talent of her voice and song-writing seem to come as a natural conduit to compliment her personal and more heartfelt passions.

 

With this kind of path was impossible to stop the force that was Simphiwe Dana.  From her debut album raking in numerous awards and instantly being released in Europe, to becoming the number one selling Music artist on the German World Music Charts and number three on the European Music Charts with her album Kulture Noir, musically she has yet to step a foot wrong.

 

Simphiwe was also named ‘African Woman Of The Year’ in 2016 by New African Woman alongside the likes of artist Esther Mahlangu, athlete Caster Semenya and actress Lupito Nyong’o.  She strives to create conversation that will spark change and is seen as one of the leading and most impactful women in African arts and culture.  In fact so profound is Simphiwe Dana’s influence that her music has been incorporated into the curriculum at Oxford University, no small feat for even the most established of musician considering that to date Simphiwe has only released 4 studio albums and 2 Live DVD’s.

 

She has just recently completed the recording of what she states to be a dream come true in “The Simphiwe Dana Symphony Experience”, which featured international guests Asa and Concha Buika as well as a 60-piece orchestra.  Simphiwe opened the floor to an auspicious audience including Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and a host of other awe-struck guests.  The DVD recording is an exceptional production and a true testament to the multi-talented aspects of this stars’ personality.

 

Simphiwe, known for her grace and conviction, also serves as the first global African ambassador for Amnesty International and the African Union’s Africa Re-imagined Creative Hub (ARCH), a programme that is dedicated to establishing how the arts, culture and heritage sectors can contribute to the AU’s Agenda 2063.  Simphiwe continues to put into action her strong beliefs about socio-economic development and was appointed the ambassador for the Primestars 2015 ‘Step Up 2 A Start Up’ programme which focused on educating grade 10 to 12 pupils on how to become successful entrepreneurs.

 

Thirteen years into her career, Simphiwe Dana remains a hurricane of success, enlightenment, upliftment and soul-stirring entertainment.  Although with the power of her work it seems fickle to even mention her outstanding fashion sense and beauty, there is no denying that the package that encompasses this star is as monumental as the sum of her shine.  Simphiwe Dana is without a doubt, a true queen.

With a limited amount of tickets, the Lyric Theatre is predicted to sell out fast – make sure you book now at Computicket for R250 to avoid disappointment.

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