Duo takes on music industry

2019-10-09 06:01
Palesa Sentso (left) and Kelebogile Togoe of Harmonic Squared. Photo: Supplied

Palesa Sentso (left) and Kelebogile Togoe of Harmonic Squared. Photo: Supplied

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The singers of Harmonic Squared from Bloemfontein are on a mission to launch a career in the challenging music industry.

Kelebogile “Kelly” Togoe and Palesa Sentso sing various genres, performing covers of popular South African songs. as cover artists of popular musicians in South Africa.

They were inspired by Boom Shaka, one of South Africa’s kwaito music bands, which took the country by storm in the early 1990s between 1990 till mid-2000.

This award-winning group of four rose to fame with the hit song “It’s About Time”.

Both Palesa and Kelebogile can dance and sing.

Their friendship and love for music culminated in the establishment of their band last year.

Their love for singing started at the Christian Revival Church (CRC) and, growing in confidence, they decided to take their promising music career to greater heights.

They featured as guest artists at last year’s Bloem Show, as well as at the Golden Bean Free State Music Awards, held annually in the of City of Roses.

The pair can be seen performing at The Thoughts Lounge, Moods & Flavors and the Windmill Casino’s Fab Affair.

They are also regular performers at the Ladies’ Night on

Thursdays event held at the Maplankeng-Lounge in Rocklands, performing as a residency artist at an event themed “Ladies’ Night on Thursdays”.


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