Artists Give Leteisi Attire On Fleek Fans lifetime Experience

Simmy  PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Simmy PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Colourful People fans thronged Tashy’s Garden in Boatle where Leteisi Attire on Fleek was hosted on Saturday.

Over the weekend, local and international artists unleashed their best performances at Tashy's Garden leaving many revelers who had been hungry for entertainment after the entertainment industry was shut down for more than a year due to the pandemic asking for more. Performing for the very first time in Botswana, South African singer and record producer, Aubrey Qwana did not disappoint his fans with a splendid performance. However, many were not happy that he only sang four songs while they expected more.

Nono Seile 1. PIC MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Nono Seile 1. PIC MORERI SEJAKGOMO



He performed his new song, Uhambo, uKiss, the famous Ngaqonywa and the most loved and popular Molo. As usual, SA songstress, Simmy who had her second appearance at the event gave her fans a very good performance. She performed some of her popular songs which include umahlalela, emakhaya, ubala, angimale and more. Simmy, whose real name is Simphiwe Nhlangulela, is a South African musician and songwriter who sings neo-soul and neo-folk music. She is a fast-rising musician who came into the limelight in 2014 after unsuccessfully participating in song competitions in South Africa. Dr Vom as usual had the audience eating on the palm of his hand with his dikhwaere songs that kept the audience entertained.


He warmed up their mood with his breath taking performance getting the whole packed garden dancing before Simmy’s performance. Folk jazz band, Sereetsi and The Natives whose first album Motoko went viral in 2018 are amongst those who gave refreshing performance with their beautiful melodies. He even performed a new song from his new album.

Simmy  PIC MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Simmy PIC MORERI SEJAKGOMO



Other artists who gave splendid performances are Nono Siile who was collaborating with Tshenolo. The latter impersonated Tshepo Tshola, Thabang, Bakang Lenyaola and Mobini. However, there were a few challenges such a power cuts but it seemed like the revelers did not even notice or were understanding as they sung dikhwaere while the technical team was fixing the power problem.

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