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A-REECE lives up to his name

VICTORIA MARUMO
A-REECE
The Stanbic Bank Piazza at Molapo Crossing shopping complex was the place to be last Saturday in what turned out to be the greatest chill session brought by the creators and organisers of Chillstep Sundays.

Chillstep was celebrating its third anniversary since debuting in 2016 and had something spontaneous for their supporters as a form of showing gratitude for their unending support that they have received over the years. Both the organisers and attendants went all out for the event, dressed in their finest clothing yet, with the setup perfectly put together for what would be a day to remember. 

The opening act that paved way for the star of the moment was none other than one of the nation's

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finest rap artists, Ban T, who set the perfect mood for the audience. 

South African rapper and superstar A-REECE, whose act commenced at 9pm, graced the event with an exhilarating performance that had several chillsteppers grooving to his music. 

The hype was real for every song he performed and almost everyone could be seen singing along to the lyrics. It is safe to say the boy lived up to his name as fans were left in awe with a deep feeling of satisfaction.



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