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Four gigs, two nights- Vikta’s busy weekend

Vikta Juice Boy had a busy weekend and he killed it.

Popular artist Vikta Juice Boy had quite an amusing and busy weekend, a first for him. The singer had back to back gigs during the busy weekend that was and he honored all performances. Speaking to unwrap.online, the star said he loved his busy weekend and the love his fans showed him at all shows.

“All my shows were lit. The love kept coming and it was really impressive,” he said.

Viktas gigs started off on Friday at the Miss and Mr. Nust first year. The performance was made more special as Vikta performed his hit song Meriam Kaxuxwena and Meriam who was judging the contestants got on stage and danced to her name titled song.

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The last three performances took place on Saturday at the Meriam Kaxuxwena party, the Windhoek Charity Cup with ML and at the Kapana Festival. Vikta says he had the help of his fellow artists TK The Rapper who helped him pull the performances off.

“This was the most gigs I have had at once. It was tricky because I had to put in more work and I used different routines for all and the fact that my friends came through for me means a lot,” he said.


The next performance Vikta will have is in Ongwediva at the Easter Festival on 22 April. For more updates on Vikta’s performances, follow him on his social mediums.

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