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WATCH: Bicasi kills Otjiwarongo Youth Expo performance

Whatever they do and everywhere they go, they do like their album name, reignite. The duo Bicasi recently performed at the Otjiwarongo Youth Expo and based on the intimate crowd reaction, it is indeed one to go down history. According to the artists, the show was so lit that they got booked for the next expo on the spot.

“We were performing for the very first time there to an intimate crowd but the response was massive,” they said.

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Despite the mini hiccups, the event organizers gained control over the situation once again, putting the artist’s comfortability first.

” There were technical issues such as lack of mics but it was soon sorted out. It was a weird situation but their response was outstanding to the situation and we applaud them for that,” said Bicasi.

Bicasi is currently switching and upping their drip game by rolling out new merchandise. Get yourself the latest and trendy local drip!

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