Hip-Hop: Battle at the Winston

2011-12-02 00:00

HIP-HOP heads will battle it out for the last time at the Dance 2 Inspire campaign grand finale this Saturday at Winston Churchill Theatre.

The 11 crews who succeeded in the first round of the completion held on October 8 will show off their hottest dance skills for the prize money of R4 000 and a television debut on eTV’s hip-hop show Shiz Niz.

Celebrities who have been banked for the day include SABC 2’s QBase 28 hosts Raphael Griffiths and Tshego Malepe and performances by Durban rapper Abdus, Slow The SlowMan, C4 and Equilibrium.

The show kicks off at 11 am and goes on until 5 pm. Registration costs R100 for crews and R50 for solos.

The finale is part of Youth of Choice’s campaign to educate youth about safer lifestyle choices. For details call

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