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Sasa Klass debuts at DStv iRock Rustenburg

DUMISANI NCUBE
Sasa Klaas
Femcee, Sasa Klass is set to stage her debut perfomance at the DStv iRock Rustenburg Festival at Royal Marang Hotel on December 9 in South Africa.

The DStv iRock is a famous South African music festival mostly headlined by South African artists.  It takes place in different parts of the country. This time around the event will have the likes of Ricky Rick, Black Motion, Amanda Black, Nasty C, Destruction Boyz, Sun-El Music and DJ Tira to mention but a few.

 “It was through my management that I managed to get this booking, which was a good move and this will make me the first Motswana to perform at this South African event,” Sasa Klaas said.

She expressed her excitement on performing and sharing the stage with celebrated acts stating that it will definitely boost her career and create a mark on a higher stage.

“I am going there with the intention to network, create new relations and hopefully something will come up from the relationships,” the HADSAN femcee said.

 She stated that upon receiving news that she has been booked she has been preparing for

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it with her group of dancers.

For the past three years Sasa Klaas has been working on performing at international music festivals and it has been working in her favour.  Last year she staged a performance in Namibia and in 2015 she performed in Rustenburg, SA.

Despite not having an album out yet, through her management she has managed to stay relevant throughout the period.   

Through her social media accounts she will be giving away tickets to the DStv iRock Rustenburg Festival.

Meanwhile, the femcee recently released a new single titled The Juice, which is a follow up to her controversial single 24, where she dissed her ex-boyfriend Ozi F Teddy.

“I have stopped talking about the release date of my album due to the changes that have been taking place. I have changed management and other things have taken place.  I will just work on it silently and announce once everything is in place,” Sasa Klaas said.



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