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NOMCEBO ZIKODE TO HEADLINE SHOW

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MBABANE -  A little twist to add some fun!

Maskandi music fanatics will not only be mesmerised by traditional dances and melodies from guitars, but they will be served with the latest house music from the award winning ‘Jerusalema’ vocalist Nomcebo Zikode. Nomcebo  Nkwanyana from South Africa also known as Nomcebo Zikode, is a South African singer and songwriter.

Born in Hammarsdale, Zikode was a backing singer for several years. She has collaborated with DJ Ganyani on their hit single ‘Emazulwini’ in 2018.
Having signed a record deal with Open Mic Production, she co-wrote and was featured on Master KG’s chart-topping single ‘Jerusalema’ in 2019, which debuted number  one on Billboard Music charts and Apple Music charts. The ‘Xola Moya Wami’ hitmaker will be the only artists that will not be performing the maskandi genre.

Deposit

According to papers that were shown to this publication, the above   mentioned artist was already paid a deposit confirming a performance on April 2022.
The host, Menzi Thabethe said they decided to add something more fun, a new feature on the line-up that will entertain people. “Nomcebo has become a house hold name both in Eswatini and South Africa. I strongly believe that maskandi music lovers will be able to relate to her music and also   dance,” he said.  When asked about the performance time slots, Thabethe said the show will start early and every artist will be given the same time to perform.

“We are also aware of the current COVID-19 pandemic and we will ensure that we adhere to all the health precautions set by the government. We are also in full support of the movement by the Eswatini Events Managers and Promoters Association (EEMPA) which encourages people to vaccinate to ease the hosting regulation,” he said. More updates about the show will soon be shared on this publication.

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