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Blackrose Lights Up Colourful SOTS

The Son of the Soil once again proved to be a popular event PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Young sensational singer, Blackrose stole the limelight at Son of The Soil (SOTS) main event themed Kwa Re Go Yang-Re Belegwe as twilight descended on the Rasesa venue Saturday.

Her unique African attire that included a bodysuit that seemed to have been tailor-made foe her body, and a lacy see-through skirt that oozed sexy caught the eye of many SOTS fans with many talking whilst others admired her as she made the whole attire look gorgeous.

The young singer who is also a sister to one of the popular and talented young rappers DramaBoi, gave the audience a performance of a lifetime.

Her seductive dance moves and beautiful melodies kept the night crawlers on their toes. As usual, Dr Vom who to date still holds the title of dikwaere king shook Staywell Gardens as his fans danced to his famous songs Tsaya Thobane, Re Ba Utwlile, Dichaba di Maketse to mention a few. Charma Girl also had her fair share of glory with a pulsating performance. She made an entrance after the MMP Family’s time on stage had elapsed. She belted out the song titled Choose Day, in which

she features the MMP Family.  In their performance the guys started off on a low note, but later changed gear and sung some of their famous and loved songs such Makenekhe, Mogolo Lapeng and Lebala ka Nna that got the audience on their toes.

A Serowe beauty, UnaSell also blessed the audience with her beautiful performance.

Local DJs Nsi, China and Lefatshe kept the audience entertained with different music genres that included the classics and disco music that took the elderly members of the public who graced the event back in the days. As it is a norm, SOTS agenda for the day was filled with numerous activities that kept the audience engaged and made the day look shorter. They included parade from different dikgotla, games like angels, ma-rounders, koi, seragantshwane, tap tap, dibeke, morabaraba and others. Revellers decorated the venue in different stunning outfits more especially the ladies who always make sure they were dressed to kill.




Wooh Kha neu!

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