Afro Night Ignites Old School Music Spirit

The Manhattans
The Manhattans

The MoTown and Afro Night featuring Manhattans and The Temptations ignited the old school music spirit at Ba Isago University Hall on Friday.

For a number of old folks and some youngsters who thronged the venue because of their passion for classic music, the weekend turned out to be a memorable one as the American popular RnB groups, The Temptations and Manhattans gave them the best performances ever.  The two popular American groups drove the old folk down their youthful memory lane as they beautifully sang all their songs leaving the crowd asking for more.

The Temptations opened the stage for Manhattans. Before doing their set, they sang a song for President Mokgweetsi Masisi and the First Lady Neo Masisi, as requested by the President.  In the song, they collaborated with local artist Tshepi, also the event organiser. The Temptations then sang some of their famous songs such as My Girl, Ain’t Too Proud To Beg, Treat Her Like A Lady, Rolling Stone and more. Their beautiful melodies kept the crowd on their toes. That was the second time the crew performed in the country after MoTown and Afro Night invited them to perform in the country last year.

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