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Nando Homie to release project at Topa and Saka

Rapper Nando Homie will be holding Volume 2 of the Topa and Saka party on 29 November at Kalahari Jazz Café.

The party was so nice Nando Homie just has to throw it twice. The rapper had previously held the first volume of the Topa and Saka party to celebrate his birthday and plans to bring back the event to relive the action.

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The second edition of this event will also cater as the rapper’s first project release party.

“The #TopaAndSaka has officially been made into a festival which is expected to happen two to three times each year,” the artist explains when interviewed by unwrap.online.

Though the planning process was challenging the rapper was pleased with the outcome stating that the event is worth every effort, time, money, stress and laughter that he continues to Invest into the event, therefore, he plans to keep the saga rolling.

If you are still hesitant on joining in on this epic event then hesitate no more as #TopaAndSakaVol2 is promised to be the coolest Hip-Hop Basement Experience of this Year.

“Fans can expect a night filled with great vibes, amazing performances and the best of local music.”

Performing artist include Phred Got1, Jblack, TheFutureIsGiggz, Anthany Knows, DioWyld, Shaz (who will be the MC) and NandoHomie himself. Tickets will be sold for N$ 40 at antonio’s Art and N$ 50 at the gate.

“From Newspaper articles, radio interviews and online platforms having supported the event I honestly would not have made anything possible or happen without their support and that of social media friends. Thank you.”

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