Diverse platform for young talent

2019-04-25 06:01
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The line-up of artists in the locally produced Mzansi Many Roots, One Tree production promises an even better experience at their second annual event taking place at the Roxy Revue Bar in Grand West on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 April at 20:00.

This two-day show makes a return, following a reportedly successful event last year, with the aim to create a diverse platform for young talent.

It is run under the wing of Mzansi One Tree Development Projects, which aims to work with artists from scratch, helping them to build and survive the music industry.

According to the artists, it enables them to use art to narrate real-life stories, allowing them to be natural and embrace the existing differences.

Performing artists will include those that have already made a name for themselves and the newbies in the industry.

They are Sensation, Na’eem and Tiffany from Mitchell’s Plain, Craig ‘Craiig’O’ Hendricks from Tafelsig, Phiwe Longo from Khayelitsha, Fredaulischia ‘Bokkie’ Palm, King Luther from Athlone and Kevin J Soul from Mitchell’s Plain.

Kevin J Soul says, growing up in a society with a variety of options, good or bad challenges, one has to make critical decisions based on what contribution they want to make and for him, rap is a universal language likely to make an impact. With lots of communities that are predominantly affected by gang violence, the genre is easily embraced and the message carried through music has high chances to be understood.

He says seeing the growth of the production is an inspiration.

Luther has been with the production from the beginning and says being in the music industry is not easy and even impossible without support from your own people.

He says events like these give confidence and courage to artists, giving them hope that what they are doing is appreciated, inspire and impact change.

He says Cape Town has lots of talented people that need to be groomed to be able to reach their full potential, and opportunities are made available to those willing to work hard.

Luther said artists like him, coming from challenged communities and able to stay in the industry is proof that no obstacle is big enough to stop anyone.

Vicky Sampson, one of the founders of the Mzansi Cultural Industries and a singer says: “As directors, creators, producers and mentors putting together this exciting show, we have seen our cast grow from strength to strength and we are so proud to be involved with this amazing production.”

She appealed to the public to support the production and give hope to the developing artists.V Tickets are available at Computicket for R150.

The line-up of artists in the locally produced Mzansi Many Roots, One Tree production promises an even better experience at their second annual event taking place at the Roxy Revue Bar in Grand West on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 April at 20:00.

This two-day show makes a return, following a reportedly successful event last year, with the aim to create a diverse platform for young talent. It is run under the wing of Mzansi One Tree Development Projects, which aims to work with artists from scratch, helping them to build and survive the music industry.

According to the artists, it enables them to use art to narrate real-life stories, allowing them to be natural and embrace the existing differences.Performing artists will include those that have already made a name for themselves and the newbies in the industry. They are Sensation, Na’eem and Tiffany from Mitchell’s Plain, Craig ‘Craiig’O’ Hendricks from Tafelsig, Phiwe Longo from Khayelitsha, Fredaulischia ‘Bokkie’ Palm, King Luther from Athlone and Kevin J Soul from Mitchell’s Plain.

Kevin J Soul says, growing up in a society with a variety of options, good or bad challenges, one has to make critical decisions based on what contribution they want to make and for him, rap is a universal language likely to make an impact. With lots of communities that are predominantly affected by gang violence, the genre is easily embraced and the message carried through music has high chances to be understood.

He says seeing the growth of the production is an inspiration.

Luther has been with the production from the beginning and says being in the music industry is not easy and even impossible without support from your own people. He says events like these give confidence and courage to artists, giving them hope that what they are doing is appreciated, inspire and impact change.

He says Cape Town has lots of talented people that need to be groomed to be able to reach their full potential, and opportunities are made available to those willing to work hard.

Luther said artists like him, coming from challenged communities and able to stay in the industry is proof that no obstacle is big enough to stop anyone.

Vicky Sampson, one of the founders of the Mzansi Cultural Industries and a singer says: “As directors, creators, producers and mentors putting together this exciting show, we have seen our cast grow from strength to strength and we are so proud to be involved with this amazing production.”

She appealed to the public to support the production and give hope to the developing artists.V Tickets are available at Computicket for R150.

The line-up of artists in the locally produced Mzansi Many Roots, One Tree production promises an even better experience at their second annual event taking place at the Roxy Revue Bar in Grand West on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 April at 20:00.

This two-day show makes a return, following a reportedly successful event last year, with the aim to create a diverse platform for young talent. It is run under the wing of Mzansi One Tree Development Projects, which aims to work with artists from scratch, helping them to build and survive the music industry.

According to the artists, it enables them to use art to narrate real-life stories, allowing them to be natural and embrace the existing differences.

Performing artists will include those that have already made a name for themselves and the newbies in the industry.

They are Sensation, Na’eem and Tiffany from Mitchell’s Plain, Craig ‘Craiig’O’ Hendricks from Tafelsig, Phiwe Longo from Khayelitsha, Fredaulischia ‘Bokkie’ Palm, King Luther from Athlone and Kevin J Soul from Mitchell’s Plain.

Kevin J Soul says, growing up in a society with a variety of options, good or bad challenges, one has to make critical decisions based on what contribution they want to make and for him, rap is a universal language likely to make an impact.

With lots of communities that are predominantly affected by gang violence, the genre is easily embraced and the message carried through music has high chances to be understood.

He says seeing the growth of the production is an inspiration.

Luther has been with the production from the beginning and says being in the music industry is not easy and even impossible without support from your own people.

He says events like these give confidence and courage to artists, giving them hope that what they are doing is appreciated, inspire and impact change.

He says Cape Town has lots of talented people that need to be groomed to be able to reach their full potential, and opportunities are made available to those willing to work hard.

Luther said artists like him, coming from challenged communities and able to stay in the industry is proof that no obstacle is big enough to stop anyone.

Vicky Sampson, one of the founders of the Mzansi Cultural Industries and a singer says: “As directors, creators, producers and mentors putting together this exciting show, we have seen our cast grow from strength to strength and we are so proud to be involved with this amazing production.”

She appealed to the public to support the production and give hope to the developing artists.V Tickets are available at Computicket for R150.

The line-up of artists in the locally produced Mzansi Many Roots, One Tree production promises an even better experience at their second annual event taking place at the Roxy Revue Bar in Grand West on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 April at 20:00.

This two-day show makes a return, following a reportedly successful event last year, with the aim to create a diverse platform for young talent. It is run under the wing of Mzansi One Tree Development Projects, which aims to work with artists from scratch, helping them to build and survive the music industry.

According to the artists, it enables them to use art to narrate real-life stories, allowing them to be natural and embrace the existing differences.

Performing artists will include those that have already made a name for themselves and the newbies in the industry.

They are Sensation, Na’eem and Tiffany from Mitchell’s Plain, Craig ‘Craiig’O’ Hendricks from Tafelsig, Phiwe Longo from Khayelitsha, Fredaulischia ‘Bokkie’ Palm, King Luther from Athlone and Kevin J Soul from Mitchell’s Plain.

Kevin J Soul says, growing up in a society with a variety of options, good or bad challenges, one has to make critical decisions based on what contribution they want to make and for him, rap is a universal language likely to make an impact. With lots of communities that are predominantly affected by gang violence, the genre is easily embraced and the message carried through music has high chances to be understood.

Luther has been with the production from the beginning and says being in the music industry is not easy and even impossible without support from your own people. He says events like these give confidence and courage to artists, giving them hope that what they are doing is appreciated, inspire and impact change.

He says Cape Town has lots of talented people that need to be groomed to be able to reach their full potential, and opportunities are made available to those willing to work hard.

Luther said artists like him, coming from challenged communities and able to stay in the industry is proof that no obstacle is big enough to stop anyone.

Vicky Sampson, one of the founders of the Mzansi Cultural Industries and a singer says: “As directors, creators, producers and mentors putting together this exciting show, we have seen our cast grow from strength to strength and we are so proud to be involved with this amazing production.”

She appealed to the public to support the production and give hope to the developing artists.V Tickets are available at Computicket for R150.

The line-up of artists in the locally produced Mzansi Many Roots, One Tree production promises an even better experience at their second annual event taking place at the Roxy Revue Bar in Grand West on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 April at 20:00.This two-day show makes a return, following a reportedly successful event last year, with the aim to create a diverse platform for young talent. It is run under the wing of Mzansi One Tree Development Projects, which aims to work with artists from scratch, helping them to build and survive the music industry.According to the artists, it enables them to use art to narrate real-life stories, allowing them to be natural and embrace the existing differences.Performing artists will include those that have already made a name for themselves and the newbies in the industry.

They are Sensation, Na’eem and Tiffany from Mitchell’s Plain, Craig ‘Craiig’O’ Hendricks from Tafelsig, Phiwe Longo from Khayelitsha, Fredaulischia ‘Bokkie’ Palm, King Luther from Athlone and Kevin J Soul from Mitchell’s Plain.

Kevin J Soul says, growing up in a society with a variety of options, good or bad challenges, one has to make critical decisions based on what contribution they want to make and for him, rap is a universal language likely to make an impact. With lots of communities that are predominantly affected by gang violence, the genre is easily embraced and the message carried through music has high chances to be understood.

He says seeing the growth of the production is an inspiration.

Luther has been with the production from the beginning and says being in the music industry is not easy and even impossible without support from your own people. He says events like these give confidence and courage to artists, giving them hope that what they are doing is appreciated, inspire and impact change.

He says Cape Town has lots of talented people that need to be groomed to be able to reach their full potential, and opportunities are made available to those willing to work hard.

Luther said artists like him, coming from challenged communities and able to stay in the industry is proof that no obstacle is big enough to stop anyone.

Vicky Sampson, one of the founders of the Mzansi Cultural Industries and a singer says: “As directors, creators, producers and mentors putting together this exciting show, we have seen our cast grow from strength to strength and we are so proud to be involved with this amazing production.”

She appealed to the public to support the production and give hope to the developing artists.V Tickets are available at Computicket for R150.

The line-up of artists in the locally produced Mzansi Many Roots, One Tree production promises an even better experience at their second annual event taking place at the Roxy Revue Bar in Grand West on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 April at 20:00.

This two-day show makes a return, following a reportedly successful event last year, with the aim to create a diverse platform for young talent. It is run under the wing of Mzansi One Tree Development Projects, which aims to work with artists from scratch, helping them to build and survive the music industry.

According to the artists, it enables them to use art to narrate real-life stories, allowing them to be natural and embrace the existing differences.Performing artists will include those that have already made a name for themselves and the newbies in the industry. They are Sensation, Na’eem and Tiffany from Mitchell’s Plain, Craig ‘Craiig’O’ Hendricks from Tafelsig, Phiwe Longo from Khayelitsha, Fredaulischia ‘Bokkie’ Palm, King Luther from Athlone and Kevin J Soul from Mitchell’s Plain.

Kevin J Soul says, growing up in a society with a variety of options, good or bad challenges, one has to make critical decisions based on what contribution they want to make and for him, rap is a universal language likely to make an impact. With lots of communities that are predominantly affected by gang violence, the genre is easily embraced and the message carried through music has high chances to be understood.

He says seeing the growth of the production is an inspiration.He has been with the production from the beginning and says being in the music industry is not easy and even impossible without support from your own people. He says events like these give confidence and courage to artists, giving them hope that what they are doing is appreciated, inspire and impact change.

He says Cape Town has lots of talented people that need to be groomed to be able to reach their full potential, and opportunities are made available to those willing to work hard.

Luther said artists like him, coming from challenged communities and able to stay in the industry is proof that no obstacle is big enough to stop anyone.

Vicky Sampson, one of the founders of the Mzansi Cultural Industries and a singer says: “As directors, creators, producers and mentors putting together this exciting show, we have seen our cast grow from strength to strength and we are so proud to be involved with this amazing production.”

She appealed to the public to support the production and give hope to the developing artists.V Tickets are available at Computicket for R150.

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