KO to rock 4Fordy bash

Lesotho Times - - Weekender - Mo­halenyaneMo Phakela

SOU SOUTH African rap­per and Cash Cash­time Life ex­po­nent, KO ( pic­tur pic­tured), has been billed to head­line 4 4Fordy’s 440ml Ex­pe­ri­ence bash o on 26 Fe­bru­ary 2016.

Ac­cordin Ac­cord­ing to 4Fordy’s Seeiso Let­sie, the bas bash, which will be held in col­lab­o­ra­tio col­lab­o­ra­tion with Ma­luti Moun­tain Brew­ery, wasw meant to re­assert the Khu­bet­soan Khu­bet­soana-based club’s pop­u­lar­ity as an en en­ter­tain­ment nightspot.

“We have­hav not hosted any ma­jor event since the be­gin­ning of this year. And thatt is so un­like 4Fordy. The 440ml Ex­pe­ri­ence is meant to re­mind rev rev­ellers of the kind of en­ter­tain­men ter­tain­ment we are ca­pa­ble of pro­vid­ing,” he said, adding that rev­ellers would only be down­ing 440mls of bev­er­ages­bev­er­age of their choice dur­ing the event.

“We pitched the idea of the 440ml Ex­pe­ri­ence to Ma­luti Moun­tain Brew­ery man­age­ment, and they fell in love with it from the on­set as most of the liquor they dis­trib­ute is pack­aged in 440ml con­tain­ers.”

Let­sie said they in­vited KO to per­form at the show in keep­ing with their modus operandi of bring­ing trend­ing artists. Born Ntokozo Md­luli, KO also co-runs the Cash­time Life mu­sic and en­ter­tain­ment com­pany.

He per­formed along­side the com­pany’s other crew mem­bers dur­ing the Cash­time In­va­sion show last Oc­to­ber and the Vo­da­com Summa Feva last De­cem­ber.

“KO is one of the best Hip Hop artists South Africa has to of­fer at the mo­ment, and most youths in Le- sotho are fa­mil­iar with his songs,” he said.

“Al­though KO has per­formed in Le­sotho be­fore, he has never head­lined here, so it will be a new ex­pe­ri­ence for him.”

The Caracara hit­maker is set to share the stage with such lo­cal heavy­weights as L Tore, Jiji F, Juvy, T Mech and Skebz D, as well as DJS NINE24, Da Starr, Trybz, Ebonix, Vesta, Li­nah, Afrodj and Hunky D among oth­ers.

Let­sie also re­vealed that ad­mit­tance would be M100 in­clu­sive of a 440ml six pack of rev­ellers’ choice. He said they were also work­ing to­wards pro­vid­ing with free trans­port to pa­trons from out of town such as Na­tional Univer­sity of Le­sotho and Na­tional Health Train­ing Col­lege stu­dents.

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