TYTE MESMERIZES MACHESO
House-kwasa sensation Tyte, real name Keletso Merafhe over the weekend mesmerized Zimbabwe’s top selling artist, Alick Macheso with her awesome dancing moves on stage.
Slim and vivacious Tyte left the Zimbabwean music guru stunned as she danced to the tunes of her album, Sthibo.
Dressed in a black see-through -Tyte gyrated throughout the night and Macheso was left dumbfounded.
Like a young teenage boy, Macheso kept his gaze on the young girl until she left the stage.
“She is awesome. Her dancing moves are out of this world.
She mesmerized me,” said Macheso after the show.
BOMU TO HOLD WORKSHOP FOR ARTISTES
Botswana Music Union (BOMU) Francistown branch has resolved to mentor artists who have just won the district Presidential music competitions for 2013.
Artists took part in the 2013 edition of the President’s competitions at the Francistown Senior Secondary School hall in Francistown over the weekend.
And most of the artistes who went through are members of the union. However, the union is not impressed with the standard of performance displayed.
It is against this backdrop that BOMU has decided to mentor the artistes in order to match the competition expected to be given to them at the regional level.
BOMU Secretary General for Francistown branch Fumani Edgar Garero said discussions are at an advanced and the mentorship workshop is expected to be conducted by the end of this month.
TUMZA, TYTE EYE REGIONAL MARKET
Two budding artistes Tumelo ‘Tumza’ Modise and dancing queen Keletso ‘Tyte’ Merafhe have taken a giant step further by penetrating into the regional market in a move aimed at improving their brand and reaching out to fans outside the country.
Tumza as Modise is affectionately known in the music industry is said to be commanding a lot of respect and following in the northwestern neighbor of Botswana, Zambia and has reportedly received an invitation from a certain promoter in Zambia.
He confirmed the development but could not be drawn into discussing much.
He said his aim is to grow regionally alongside his partner in the music industry, Tyte.
“We are together. Wherever I am performing Tyte will be there and vice versa,” said Tumza.
The two are also expected to go and perform in Zimbabwe soon.
SCRIBE TURNS TO MUSIC
Peter Madiya has traded his notepad and a pen for the guitar.
Madiya took part in the ongoing Presidential music competitions.
He managed to win the competition at the district level. The musician was part of musicians who participated at the Francistown Senior Secondary School and is expected to triumph at the regional competitions.
The regional competitions will be held early next month at Mahalapye.