SA DJ set for 4Fordy

Lesotho Times - - Entertainment - Mo­halenyane Phakela

POP­U­LAR South African disc spin­ner-cum-metro FM pre­sen­ter, Lulo Café ( pic­tured above) will be the main at­trac­tion at a mu­sic show set for 4Fordy Club in Khu­bet­soana, Maseru on Satur­day.

The show has been or­gan­ised by events man­age­ment com­pany, Groove The­ory Ink (GTI) in partnership with Fly­ing Fish.

Ac­cord­ing to GTI man­ag­ing di­rec­tor, Mose­betsi Matšela, the event is aimed at kick-start­ing the year “on a high note through a mas­sive party” where en­trance will be free of charge for stu­dents at ter­tiary in­sti­tu­tions.

Lulo Café will share the stage with lo­cal heavy­weights such as Dal­las T, Tro­jan, Spane, Phaks, Kon­sept, Shabba, Dave, Postah and King with rap­pers L-tore, Sir Nic, Jiji F, Juvy and 2Dig­its. The House mu­sic dee­jay con­firmed his at­ten­dance through a video on so­cial me­dia, promis­ing “a big party kick-start­ing the new year”.

“4Fordy has man­dated GTI to man­age its events so we have set a 12 month plan of a se­ries of events that peo­ple should look out for which in­clude host­ing the likes of Black Cof­fee and Babes Wo­dumo,” Matšela said, adding, “We op­er­ate seven days a week with themed events which in­clude those aimed at pro­mot­ing raw ta­lent and live per­for­mances”.

“We are kick start­ing the year on high note by host­ing Lulo Café. The event is free for ter­tiary stu­dents who present proof of iden­ti­fi­ca­tion be­fore 10pm but those who ar­rive af­ter that time will pay M40.

“Or­di­nary cit­i­zens will pay M40 be­fore 10pm and M80 thereaf- ter.

“There will be wel­come me drinks which in­clude Fly­ing Fish, Ma­luti and Cas­tle as well as free­bies which in­clude caps and t-shirts.”

He said they would hos­tost a preparty to­mor­row night, free of charge with a lim­ited stock of free drinks.

He also said the party would also be used as a plat­form orm to can­vass sup­port for lo­cal l artiste Kom­manda Obbs who is vy­ing for a Metro FM Award.

“We are pa­tri­otic and nd feel Ba­sotho should help our brother make the coun­try un­try proud,” he said.

Rap­per L-tore

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