Jazz sensation, Thabang Garogwe released his latest album, Moratiwa Nkamogele a couple of weeks ago.
The Digawana-born lad says the album is all about encouraging people to learn to accept each other in the society.
Garogwe said the reason why most marriages are not surviving is because partners do not accept and tolerate each other’s mistakes.
According to him, most lovers are becoming inconsiderate and failing to understand other people’s situations of life.
His wish is to urge Batswana to be tolerant and be able to understand that mistakes are human through his music.
The annual Morija Arts and Cultural Festival were given a new dimension in as far as music entertainment and cultural exchange is concerned when Botswana took part for the first time over the past weekend.
Organizers of the festival were left awestruck with the performance put up by the groups which graced the festival.
Controversial Machesa, legendary Ndingo Johwa of the Ikajazz fame and romantic Thabang Garogwe represented Botswana.
On the cultural part, organizers of the trip took some cultural artifacts to the tiny kingdom to showcase what Batswana sculptures are capable of doing.
Mpaxanga artist MC Maswe has finished recording his forthcoming eight-track gospel album.
Born Thapelo Maleka at Ramotswa village in the southern part of the country he said his gospel album will be launched in the few weeks to come.
The album was recorded by the highly rated Doctor Tawanda.
He understands every genre in the music industry.
I used him because I wanted the rich mpaxanga beats to go along with the new gospel lyrics in the latest album,” said MC Maswe about the Zimbabwean producer.
Asked about the prospects of his album being a hit, MC Maswe said: “This is the first of its kind. I am the inventor of mpaxanga in Botswana. And I am going to score a first again to come up with a gospel music of this nature.”
Following back-to-back performances by top notch entertainers at the Francistown’s ultimate entertainment centre, Lizard Entertainment here in the country’s second largest city, local disc jockeys (DJs) have been provided with a golden opportunity this weekend to prove their mettle and reignite with their fans.
Local DJs were in the past month or so brushed aside as artistes from the neighboring South Africa such as Notshi, DJ Cindo and many others. Eureka, the Coverboy, Mosako, MMP family, Lozibo and Mapetla are some of the celebrated musicians who graced the local music shores recently.
But it is a different story altogether from tonight (Friday) until Sunday.
DJs like Da Drat, DJ Bunz and DJ Slim amongst a host of local entertainers will be taking turns this weekend to entertain the Francistown night crawlers.