Cultures Spears makes waves in the SA market


FRANCISTOWN: Renowned local traditional dance group, Culture Spears, has continued to make waves in the tough South African music space, which has seen them open an office in the neighbouring country.

While the emergence of trendy Amapiano has suffocated most genres, it seems the traditional dance group’s stock is going against the tide as it continues to get many bookings in SA.

According to the group’s lead singer, Kabelo Mogwe, they have continued to enjoy the market share since the release of their second album, Kulenyane in 2006. Kulenyane, as Kabelo Mogwe is also called, said SA feels like their second home as they consistently receive more bookings there.

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