Msaki, Zahara & Berita to Perform at Emperor’s Palace Next Month

As a celebration of women in music, award-winning singers/songwriters Zahara, Berita and Msaki will perform some of their hits at Emperor’s Palace on Saturday 15th February 2020, promising music lovers a good time.

Founded and produced by Thato Radebe, the concert seeks to celebrate African music, whilst bringing fans together for a great all-female musical experience. 

“The aim of this event is to uplift women in music and to show that they can fill big venues by themselves,” commented Radebe.

“We have also decided to partner with female-owned businesses in putting together the concert.”

Zahara is a multi-award-winning artist with platinum-selling albums. She broke into the scene with her timeless anthem Loliwe and continued giving us hits such as Ndiza, Mali, Mgodi and Destiny among others. She has been celebrated for her musical prowess and simultaneously faced some challenges in her journey. But this East London beauty is still standing and sharing her gifts with the world. Zahara has worked with the likes of Vusi Nova and the Soweto Gospel Choir to name a few.

Msaki established herself as the voice of this generation, her songwriting abilities have set her apart, her vocals are nothing short of magic. Her music is healing, conscious, thought-provoking, about loss, hope, and love. Her debut album Zaneliza: How the Water Moves has been lauded for its brilliance and importance to the culture. Msaki has since worked with various artists, the likes of Black Coffee, Black Motion, Tresor and Prince Kaybee.  Her new single Pearls to Swine featuring Tresor is dominating radio stations across the country.

Zimbabwe-born Berita is an award-winning artist who has mastered the art of singing in IsiXhosa, with some of her popular hits sung in the language, most notably, Thandolwethu and Ndicel’ ikiss. Berita has performed around the world and worked with the likes of the late Oliver Mtukudzi, Dorothy Masuka, Kid X and DaCapo.

Tickets are available on Computicket.

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