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they are doing.”
Adding, she said; “I was really taken by their guitarist, he is very talented and makes everything look easier.”
Nsingwane urged the sponsors to continue hosting such shows so Swazi artists learn from experienced international ones.
Just like the previous edition, the second edition catered a VIP experience for guests seeking exclusivity. The venue featured a VIP lounge with adjoining VIP seating. Dedicated wait service, private bar, meet and greet with the artists along with beverage and platter options were also offered.
House on Fire communications officer Noncedo Dlamini said the show was a success.
“The show was packed and fun lovers had a great time as the entertainers kept them on their toes,” she said. “It is a great feeling to see fun lovers coming together for a common purpose, to have fun regard- less of the weather,” said Dlamini. Dlamini further passed her sincere gratitude to the sponsors who made the night a success further urging fun lovers to come and have fun during the second episode of the Total Gold Series season which will take place on December 15.
Freshlyground is a South African Afrofusion band that was formed in Cape Town in 2002.
The band members have different backgrounds, and from South Africa, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe. Freshlyground's musical style blends elements of traditional South African music (such as kwela and African folk music), blues, jazz, and features of indie rock.
They are best known for their performance ‘Waka Waka’ (This Time for Africa) with Shakira which received worldwide recognition. The music video featuring the group also received over 1.55 billion views on YouTube.
Ntombikayise Nyoni and Colani Nhleko who got engaged on stage.