Msaki, Berita and Zahara to feature at ladies only guitar xtravaganza

ALL ROADS lead to the inaugural African Women music at the Emperors Palace, Ekurhuleni on Saturday February 15.

It features awarding female stars such as songstress Berita, Msaki and controversial Zahara, who last year signed a residency deal with Emperors.

Msaki was unearthed or best featured by globetrotter DJ Black Coffee, having collaborated in most of the hits that catapulted her to the hearts of South Africans.

The husky voice lass is from the Eastern Cape- born Asanda Mvana, who last year also collaborated with Trezor, the DRC born.

‘I’m a musician, I’m an artist, I’m a person who uses layers and colours and sounds and words to navigate through the joy and mess of life,’ she was once quoted.

Zimbabwean born but SA based Berita is an award-winning starlet in her own right, who is celebrated for raising her vocal cords in isiXhosa, accompanied by her guitar.

She’s popular for her work such as Ndicel’ikiss and Thando lwethi-amongst others.

Berita has collaborated with Prince KayBee, amongst others. She attributed her success to the late Zim guitarist Oliver Mtukudzi.

Zahara needs little introduction suffice to point out she’s now on a mend following controversies that hovered over her big, empty head.

It will be a battle of guitars on the evening, so why not bring yours along?

Ticktets available at Emperors Palace.

Image (Msaki seen with Trezor (who was kidnapped last week but made it safely) will share the stage with ladies only music xtravaganza at Emperors).

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