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Sjava and Focalistic To Have A Rap Battle

Jabulani ‘Sjava’ Hadebe and Lethabo Sebetso ‘Focalistic’ will be going head-to-head against each other at the Redbull sound clash. The Redbull music clash will take place on October 28 at Sunbet Arena Time Square in Pretoria. There will be two stages with the audience as the event judges. Sjava who represents the hip hop genre is team blue while Focalistic will represent the Amapiano genre as team red.


The Redbull company urged Mzansi to secure their tickets in an announcement that reads, “Inkabi vs President ya Straata 🔥🤌🏽. Blue 🔵 vs Red 🔴, @sjava_atm and @focalistic will be setting the Red Bull SoundClash stage on fire in a musical clash 🔥🙌🏾.”

“Good morning to all my people I have good news 28 October 2023 ziyakhala on the Sound Clash brought to you by @RedBullZA Lets go to Sun Arena siyofundisa @FOCALISTIC isfundo epitoli go get your tickets TEAM BLUE,” Sjava wrote.

Mpho Popps will be the host of the event; more like a referee job.

Source – Fakazanews

In Other News – Lunga Mofokeng Thanks Cast And Crew Members After Final Shooting Of The River

Lunga Mofokeng pens a note of gratitude following the final shooting of The River. The actor is famous for playing the gay role in the drama series, where he acted as Andile Dikana. Taking to Instagram, he shared a Tik Tok video of himself thinking about the need to get another job as the production of the tv drama has been concluded.

Lunga Mofokeng

“When one door closes another opens right? We’re officially done shooting. Thank you to @tshedzapictures for the opportunity. Thank you to @dstvza @1magictv for blessing the people with our great work week and week out. Lastly, thank you to you The River fans/supporters. Y’all made us want to come to work every day. Until we meet again,” the actor wrote. Read more

More News – Tony Forbes gives updates on AKA’s murder Investigation

Tony Forbes, the father of slain rapper AKA – real name Kiernan Jarryd Forbes has recently opened up and given his son’s fans an update regarding the status of the late rapper’s murder investigation. I feel emotional, proud, and also grateful that we had him. Though he died at 35 when he left this life he had made a mark on the world,” he told the publication.

Tony Forbes

“It’s not about the volume of sales. For me it’s that people want to hear his music, to remember him and feel inspired by him.” Tony says the investigation is slow but the family is patient with the process. Read more

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