Babes Wodumo in Sweetwaters

2017-03-29 06:03
PHOTO: suppliedBabes Wodumo.

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DURBAN Gqom Queen Bongekile “Babes Wodumo” Simelane will for the first time perform at Khawula’s Lounge and Night Club in Sweetwaters on Friday, March 31.

Known for her dance moves, Simelane’s hit single, Wololo has earned her numerous nominations in music awards across the country.

Signed under West Ink records, Simelane broke into the music scene a year ago and has built a strong following among kwaito music enthusiasts with her distinct sound.

Wololo, which features record boss and singer Mampintsha, is currently the fourth most played local song on South African radio.

This event is organised by Sama no Cool Entertainment and Fanotainment. An event organisers Fano Gumede said they are excited to host Simelane for the first time in Sweetwaters.

“The last time she made an appearance in PMB was a year ago. We decided to bring her to Khawula’s Lounge and Night Club because we believe this event will be a highlight to the start of the year.”

Simelane will be sharing the stage with PMB Vibe, Mafeja, Madiza, PG 18.

The event will be hosted by poet Avela Imbongi.

Tickets are R50 at Cybercafe (Langalibalele Street) and also at Khawulas Bottle store (Sweetwaters).

They will also be available at the gate for R70 general access and R120 VIP.

“This event will not only set a benchmark for other events that will follow, but will also showcase that Khawula is revived and once again is bringing the best artists to the Sweetwaters area­,” said Gumede.

For more information call 061 008 2056 or 083 499 4122.

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