As if the lineup for the Independence Celebrations concert isn’t lit enough, imagine what it will be with these newly added superstars. unwrap.online takes a closer look at who TKB and Piri Gure are!
Piri Gure has a musical career that spans over ten years.
The duo Costa and Ome Dessie started off as entertainers in the streets and functions before releasing their debut album ‘Piri Gure’ in 2017.
“Before the release of our album Pire Gure was just a dummy concept to test the public interest and that’s how the whole project came about,” they narrated.
What you perhaps don’t know about this duo is that they are masters of digital recordings and have the ability to replay their digital work on stage.
Piri Gure says they are ready to deliver electrifying Damara Punch Ma/gaisa dance moves straight out of Omaruru. “This is a great opportunity to show our fans what we are made of,” they said.
Tight Kassie Brothers (TKB) have trodden the musical journey since 2011 when they released their debut album dubbed ‘Break Through’. Prior to taking up music studios, the trio started out as back up dancers for local artists Makurunganga and Bsquare. Highlighting their musical career TKB say representing their home town Rundu has been an honour.
“Our biggest highlight is having shared stages with renowned artists including Omarion and P Square. Moreover, we are proud of our NAMAs nominations and although we haven’t walked away with any of the awards yet our biggest achievement is the continued love from our fans,” they mentioned.
TKB say they are ready to pass up their Mutete for thrilling independence performances.
The 30th Independence Celebrations Concert is set for 21 March 2020 at the Hage Geingob Stadium.