Home Entertainment 28.09.19 misses its expectations

28.09.19 misses its expectations

From South African headliners, Sjava and Biblos missing in action and technical errors, 28.09.19 The Revelation went on!

The one thing King Tee Dee’s events do pretty well is the ability to gather hundreds of people together and this time, at Unam Stadium. The much anticipated for 28.09.19 The Revelation took place yesterday and despite the many visible errors, the show went on.

The event that was highly marketed failed to live up to its expectations due to major technical difficulties which delayed the performances to take place as planned. MC’s Agogo and Helvi Hishekwa did a great job at keeping the crowd entertained however in the end, the organisers were forced to cut the artists acts to stick to the schedule.

The event attendees that had filled the stadium despite the issues were left dancing and singing along to the entertainers Kaboy Kamakili, Bok Nora, Magogoz, Lioness, TopCheri, Amadaze Floor, Gazza, Sunny Boy and Tate Buti who made it rain beer. He knows how to keep his fans happy making us believe that in heaven there’s legit no beer!
It is safe to say that the mood was set to the right temperature when the man of the moment King Tee Dee took the stage.

King Tee Dee’s show this year was also quite emotional, seeing him and Gazza on one stage once more made people teary and happy at the same time. The Namibian music industry will only continue to grow if artists continue to stand for each other, spread positivity and continue to lift each other.

One of the highlights of the events is when Kp Illest graced the stage and said:

” regardless of what’s happening we still got love for Young T.”

Rosalia Hipondokahttps://unwrap.online
Media Student Lifestyle and Entertainment Journo

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Must Read

Newturn releases new single featuring king Elegant

BY: Foibe Shahepa Namibian artist Nambele Bertha, commonly known as Newturn, recently released her new...

Gazza’s fake page exposed

Jeoffrey Mukubi Arguably one of the most successful, renowned and beloved musicians of his generation, Gazza is one luminary...

Namibians lambast Emporio Armani new collection

Jeoffrey Mukubi ...cry cultural appropriation In the latest Instagram row, many Namibians...

Messages of condolences pour out for Sunny Boy

By: Jeoffrey Mukubi In a recent post on Instagram, Namibian star Sunny Boy (Sunday Shipushu) wrote a heartfelt message...

Local artists eating dust

The highest earned royalty pay-out for 2021 to a local songwriter stands at N$8 000 while the lowest royalty pay-out to a...