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Gina Jeanz to share Afropunk stage with Solange and Miguel

Gina Jeanz gets the most amazing news for a birthday present and we are excited!

She is one of the most hardworking personalities out of the land of the brave. She has represented us globally and literally, her great news is our great news! The news that the Smokes and Mirrors artist will be one of the DJs to play at the upcoming Afropunk music festival was made Yesterday. NamTwitter and Instagram rejoiced with Gina Jeanz as she also revealed that the news was made public on her crown birthday. The model shared an emotional post to her Instagram with the caption:

“On my crown Birthday, one of my biggest dreams came true! @afropunk 2019 Joburg! I can’t even articulate how I’m feeling right now but to be on this lineup with artists I’ve been inspired by is life changing! To everyone who’s supported my career to this day thank you from the depths of my heart see you in Jozi.”

The organizers also revealed that Solange Knowles, Miguel, and GoldLink will be among some of the international acts who will be performing at the festival.

The Afropunk festival will take place at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg in December. Gina Jeanz Namibian fans said they will attend the event to support her. Fellow artists including her sister Lioness and Skrypt congratulated Gina Jeanz on her upcoming gig and so do we!


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