An ensemble of diverse, proudly South African artists collaborate for an evening of musical nostalgia, Waar Was Jy, Remember the Time, at Time Square’s Sun Arena on 8 March 2019. The concert pays homage to the founders of old school South African music who are still rocking stages and airwaves across the country. In the mix for the showcase are Malaika, Doc Shebeleza, Thebe, Trompies and Dino Bravo. The host for the evening is Motsweding FM’s Amon Mokoena.
Kick starting the show is Doc Shebeleza who contributed to the music industry with hits like “Skhumfete”, “Gets Getsa”, “Ingagara” and “Ingwazi” (Produced by Dj Cleo) to mention a few.
Thebe who is known for hits like “Philly”, “Sokoloko”, “Bula Boot”, “Lenyora”, “Safety Belt” and “Groover’s Prayer” amongst others. His captivating stage presence and dance moves never fail to get fans chanting for more. He has released albums such as Tempy Pusher No.1, Lenyora, The Legend, Top Dawg, Chizboy and Mokone.
Trompies has sold over half a million records since the inception of the group and boast hits like “Sigiya Ngengoma”, “Jakarumba”, “Malabulabu”, “Bengimngaka”, “Madibuseng”, “Sweety Lavo”, “Fohloza”, as well as “Magasman” with the late Lebo Mathosa of Boom Shaka fame.
Closing off the concert is Malaika, an Afro-pop music group, which has been described as post-kwaito, post-mbaqanga and neo-soul, consisting of Bongani Nchang and Matshediso Mholo. They have released albums such as Malaika (2003), Vuthelani (2005), Sekunjalo (2007) and Mmatswale (2008). They’ve spawned hits like “S’bong’abazali”, “Sebakanyana”, “Mhla’uphelamandla”, “Ongi Holayo”, “2 Bob”, “Melodi”, “Muntuza” as well as their multi-platinum selling single Destiny.
Tickets to Waar Was Jy, Remember the Time are now on sale at Computicket and are priced from R250 per person. The concert will start at 18h00.
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