Da Les takes album to Chez Nicolas

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South African commercial rapper Da Les is taking his High Level album tour into the country with a performance scheduled for Friday at Chez Nicolas.

High Level is Da Les’s fifth studio album, which was mainly produced by superstar producer, Gemini Major.  This will be Da Les’s first performance in the country after a very long time.

The Botswana performance came as a surprise because on the different tours that he has previously announced, Botswana was never mentioned. He only made a visit to the country a few weeks ago for a business meeting and was also spotted at Chez Nicolas where he left without staging a performance.

The album High Level has hit tracks such as Lifestyle and Popular Demand, which have proved to be popular hits with time on TV and radio stations.


“We are always creating relationships and networking with people that share the same clientele with us. Da Les has the same clientele with us, so we found it fit to have him come and launch High Level on Friday,” said Trauma, who is facilitating the event.

The South African rapper will be with his personal disc jockey, Double D.  Local rappers, Scar and Veezo, will curtain raise for him.

“When Da Les came into the game 10 years ago when the likes of Scar were already there and Veezo is a new school rapper celebrated by the young generation.  On the other side Da Les is celebrated by both the old and new hip hop generation this is why we selected Scar and Veezo”.

The event will be hosted by energetic Kefus Leo, on the decks will be DJs Kuchi, Ash and Tumie Black Ace.

Over the years Chez Nicolas has boasted of hosting celebrated rappers, in its track record the nightspot has HHP as one artists it has hosted including the likes of  Tuks Senganga, Fosta Juliano, Apolo D and Towdee Mac.

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