King Tee Dee To Perform At Cultural Festival Music Night

King Tee Dee To Perform At Cultural Festival Music Night

Aug 06, 2019, 04:15 PM

He might have stepped down from making new music, but it seems the kwaito star is still gracing the stage with his energy and mega hits and fans are loving it.

King Tee Dee has announced on his Twitter page that he will be performing at the cultural festival music night at Namibian University of Science and Technology. The music festival will take place on Thursday 8 August with King Tee Dee as the main act.

The theme for this cultural event is ‘Preserving cultural wealth for future generations.’

Others to perform include Tate Buti, Tswazis, One Blood, Abby TKB, DJ Castro and many others. 

Also known as ‘The Dogg’, he recently performed at the Gazza Milli concert this past Saturday. Fans and concert goers were talking about two things as their highlight. Firstly, his fall on the stage during his performance. It is said that he lost his footing during his performance. 

One fan commented and said “Why y’all trying to kill King Tee Dee.” With three laughing emojis. 

Secondly, the Gazza Milli and King Tee Dee reunion on stage had fans going crazy. What had some fans buzzing is not only losing their voices when they cheered on the two legends, but the brotherhood that was displayed when the two hugged it out on stage after their performance. 

Many commended the two for showing unity in this divided music industry that seeks to destroy relationships amongst artists. 

Many commented on the rekindled bromance with one fan saying: 

“Dear son I was there when Gazza and King Tee Dee hugged it out on stage. Positive vibe only...”

And another said:

“Seeing Gazza and King Tee Dee on stage is something that will always make my heart skip with joy.” 

King Tee Dee is currently gearing up for his concert ’28.08.19’ and fans are in for a treat. 

Main image credit: Twitter


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