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Qwabe Twins reveal their 2020 plans – We are going international, we received invites outside Mzansi

While 2019 was not that great for Viggy and Virginia Qwabe, it seems 2020 promises to be a successful year for the twins. Viggy said they received invites to perform in the DRC and Ghana next month.

But she said they could not disclose the names of the shows or the dates yet.

“We’re excited about this because it shows we are no longer local artists, but international ones. This also shows we have fans all over the continent,” she said.

Virginia said they did not have a great year but they managed to pull through.

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“We came out as conquerors and we’ve grown from all the challenges we faced.

“We’re still not ready to talk about things that happened in the Idols SA because that would open up old wounds.

“For now we’d rather focus on our journey going forward,” she said.

Virginia said they started their own recording label, Q-twins Entertainment.

“The idea is to record our own music and assist other young artists, but we are still learning the ropes.

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“We also had mini-tours around the country, introducing our music to the people. We met amazing people such as DJ Tira, who took us under his wing,” said Virginia.

“He is taking us step by step in the industry and we’re grateful. He has invited us to perform at the Fact Durban Rocks event. This is a dream come true because we’ve always wanted to be part of this event.”

In other news – Here are 3 times Phat Joe made headlines in 2019

Here are 3 times Phat Joe made headlines in 2019! Phat Joe is no stranger to controversy and this year found himself making headlines on several occasions for all the wrong reasons. In July, Phat Joe was taken off air for two weeks over his homophobic comments.

Phat Joe

Even though he issued an apology at the time, not everyone was sold. The radio host commented on gay men hitting on him and how some gay men were “flamboyant like women”. continue reading

Source: News365

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