Vuma FM makes PMB dance at showgrounds

2016-06-08 06:00
PHOTO: NJABULO CELE Kwesta (second, right) shared the stage with new hip-hop group TLT (from left) Makwa, Ltech and Trouble at the Vuma FM event over the weekend at the Royal Showgrounds.

PHOTO: NJABULO CELE Kwesta (second, right) shared the stage with new hip-hop group TLT (from left) Makwa, Ltech and Trouble at the Vuma FM event over the weekend at the Royal Showgrounds.

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PIETERMARITZBURG residents came out in numbers to be entertained by South African hip-hop artist Kwesta and DJ Sox at an event hosted by Vuma FM at the Royal Showgrounds.

The host for the day was Vuma FM radio personality Linda Sibiya.

Kwesta performed his hit songs Ingudu and Nomayini and he also shared the stage with a new hip-hop group TLT, which he signed under his recording label, Urbantainment.

Sibiya said that they will travel all over the country to promote the radio station.

“Next year we are expecting more people to come and the event will start from the morning until late,” said Sibiya­.

DJ Sox, who is part of the Durban’s Finest duo, with DJ Tira kept the crowd dancing while spinning the decks. DJ Sox said it was his first time playing at the Royal Showgrounds and enjoyed the experience. He is currently working on an album with Tira, which is due to be released in August.

Kwesta said that Ingudu is an old street lingo from his neighbourhood.

“I have an album, Dakar2, that is about to go gold,” he said.

The album features Kid X, AKA, Cassper Nyovest, Younger and many hip-hop and rap artists. Kwesta thanked Pietermaritzburg residents and Vuma FM for their support.

TLT is working on a song called Amachankurana, which is slang that means money, and their music video for their song Mmino, which was released on Monday.

South African Idol Ayanda was also there asking for support. She is now signed under Universal Records.

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