Born and Raised vows to treat local artists well

Organisers of the event have vowed to treat local artists in the same way they treat their international counterparts PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Organisers of the event have vowed to treat local artists in the same way they treat their international counterparts PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Organisers of popular annual music festival Born And Raised have vowed to treat local artists in the same way they treat their international counterparts in their efforts to grow performing arts in the country.

When briefing members of the media Tuesday about the upcoming festival billed for December 22, the organisers said they are looking shrug off the notoriety associated with local promoters of treating international artists in a special way compared to their local counterparts.

The music organisers have already released a star-studded line up for this year’s show. It includes trending South African artists such as Cassper Nyovest, DJ Nkazimulo TNS Ngema, Kaygee Daking & Bizizi and Johnny Mokhali while locally they have brought veteran Kwasa Kwasa artist Franco, Charma Gal, MMP Family and La Timmy.

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