Kwesta, a veteran local rapper, has planned his own concert on August 12 at Carnival City’s Big Top Arena to commemorate his 16 years in the music profession.
Last week, the “Spirit” hitmaker came to Instagram to share the news with his followers.
“I am but a product of your love and support. A work of many contributors,” he said. “Made in the ghetto by maids in the ghetto. 5 albums in and a life long verse. This is THE 16th BAR of the perfect verse.”
“Thank you for writing it with me. A celebration of 16 years in the game. The 16th Bar. Carnival City Big Top Arena. 12 August 2023. Tickets available now! @computicket Click the link in the bio. @carnivalcity_sun.”
The news was followed by a teaser showing Kwesta in a GALxBOY shirt wandering around the Big Top Arena.
The performance, organised by iLokishi and Party People, is billed as a “legacy” exhibition.
The 34-year-old rapper is fresh off a nomination in the Best Kwaito/Gqom Single category at the forthcoming Metro FM Music Awards.
His nomination was for “Mrholo Wayizolo,” a track from his and Kabza De Small’s recently released album “Speak n Vrostaan.”
Focalistic launched his own one-man show earlier this week. The Straata Nation Address concert will take place on June 10 at Centurion Supersport Park stadium.
“Fellow South Africans. This one is for you! Thank you for your undying support. 10 June 2023, we take it to the Stadium Status! Centurion Supersport Park !! Ticket Link In Bio! From R50 to R150! Save The Date.
“The Aim is to Inspire Before we expire! My first ever Stadium Show! DREAMS DO COME TRUE #StraataNationAddress.”
Main Image: Kwesta| Instagram
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