SOUTH African disc Spinners Mo Flava and DJ Soul T are set to rock Maseru on Saturday at Café 72.
The duo’s performance will be part of event organiser Letlele Mahanetsa’s birthday celebrations. Now based in South Africa, Mahanetsa is well known for his annual Ke December Boss bash the last of which he collaborated with Econet Telecom Lesotho last year.
“I normally hold my birthday celebrations in Johannesburg and Pretoria with an array of deejays, Mahanetsa told the Weekender this week.
“I believe it is high time that I celebrate my big day with friends, family and other people at home to make this day special and different from celebrations I have had in the past.
“Mo Flava and Soul T were among the performers at the Easter concert and only played for a limited space of time that they were allocated and I believe people did not get the opportunity to actually feel their sets.”
“I decided to bring them back so they can play for a longer time and fans can see them from close range as people seemed to have loved their performances,” he said.
Mo Flava was born and bred in Soweto, South Africa. He joined YFM in in 2007 and rose through the ranks to host the breakfast show Flava in the Morning. He also presented popular etv musical show Club 808.
With an undeniable passion and talent in his craft, Mo Flava is gradually becoming a household name in South Africa and has released an album entitled House of Flava.
Soul T, born Thabo Lepheane, is also a Soweto disc spinner.
Soul T shot to fame with his hit single Impepe/Hlokoloza which features DJ Cleo and the Teddy Bears.
The track has since become a club anthem and Soul T has developed a substantial fan base.