KO to rock 4Fordy bash
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.