Reasons #FillUpFBNStadium hashtag trended

#FillUpFBNStadium trend

Many people were left confused on Twitter when they saw #FillUpFBNStadium trending instead of #FillUpFNBStadium.

Cassper Nyovest’s fans explained that #FillUpFBNStadium mispelling was done intentionally since FNB refused to come on board and sponsor Casper’s show hence standard bank came to the party.

“No need to give FNB free advertising they just have naming rights for stadium which is hired from stadium management company. Smart move” – Cassper fan‏ said on Twitter.

#FillUpFBNStadium “FNB” is not a mistake guys.They did it deliberately because FNB didn’t want to sponsor so Standard Bank came through…

Congratulations to Cassper for Filling Up FBN Stadium

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Cassper Nyovest just made history at FNB Stadium

Cassper Nyovest Fill Up FNB Stadium

Cassper Nyovest has officially become the first South African hip-hop artist to ever hold a concert at the FNB Stadium.

According to Public Relations manager Sheila Afari, Cassper managed to sell an estimated, whopping 68 000 tickets which is triple what he sold in his fill up concert at the Ticket Pro Dome in 2015.

“History was made!!! Soccer city stadium was filled!!! 68000 tickets sold!!! Thank you!!! I love you!!!! God is good all the time!!! #FillUpFnbStadium” – Tito Mboweni hitmaker tweeted.

Legendary house DJ, DJ Sbu, told DRUM that he feels he is beyond just proud of Caspper.

“I’m not even proud of Cassper. I’m proud of his mom, his dad, his family, HHP, I’m proud of Mafikeng and all who contributed to his success – the DJ said.

“Refiloe Cassper has been an amazing tool that has made this generation believe that they can,” DJ Sbu added.

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Fifi Cooper accepts help from EFF

Boingotlo Fifi Cooper Mooketsi Ambitiouz Entertainment

Rapper Fifi Cooper has accepted EFF assistance to “fight back against the corrupt & exploitative record company!” – news reported.

Fifi Cooper released a statement that she is accepting the assistance from EFF South Africa.

“I did not have money to fight Ambitiouz Entertainment who have been using a powerful law firm against me. I felt hopeless until the EFF President Julius Malema contacted me and offered the help of EFF. I can confirm that I have met with the EFF’s lawyers and they will file an urgent court application to rescind the judgement some time next week” – the statement reads.

“I would like to also thank the public for the support they have shown since the news broke.” – Fifi Cooper added.

This comes after her ex record label released a statement confirming the interdict from the Gauteng High court.

The rapper cannot sing any of ‘her’ songs must pay back royalties, court costs, and damages, and cannot claim copyright of ‘her’ songs.

In a statement posted on Twitter, EFF offered to assist the rapper.

“We have seen the injustice caused on Fifi Cooper by Ambitious Entertainment which is politically associated with the corrupt North West Premier, Supra Mahumapelo. We have contacted Fifi with the willingness to help her fight back against the corrupt & exploitative record company!”

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Pretoria Producer DJ Young DLC Signs With Sony ATV South Africa

Young DLC Song ATV signing

Ultra talented Pretoria based producer, songwriter and DJ Young DLC (21) has bagged himself a publishing contract with Sony ATV South Africa.

The Campus of Performing Arts Pretoria music student boasts under his belt production credits for Coke Studio Africa 2017, where he worked on all remixes and cover songs for the whole 13 episodes.

The 21-year-old producer, songwriter and DJ stormed South African airwaves early in the year with his first collaboration with Sylent Nqo, a guitarist from Zimbabwe, enjoying high rotation on Algoa FM. The Young DLC produced song, Be My Girl, was on the Eastern Cape’s AlgoaFM Top 30 charts for 14 weeks , and peaked at number 5. You can also here some of his music by visiting soundcloud.

Before signing to Sony ATV, Young DLC was one of the selected few producers invited to the Sony ATV writers camp, a weekend where he worked with South Africa’s crème de la crème of producers and songwriters.

Song ATV South Africa took to social networks to announce the signing with a statement,”#NewSigning Thrilled to have producer and composer Young DLC join the #sonyatvtribe Looking forward to being part of the journey”

A fast rising EDM DJ on his own right, Young DLC will be working on some exciting collaborations across Africa, Europe and South America. Young DLC production skills have been recognized by France’s Hip Hop fraternity, with some of the big names in the game already working on tracks using his beats.

Young DLC has a collaborative work relationship with Tristan of December, where they have formed a yet to be named songwriting duo. They have written a couple of tracks, and all projects are under wraps for now.

Young DLC, a former Boston Campus Soul Candi School of Music student, has his own solo single, Desert Flower which received positive reviews when he performed it live on eTV’s ShizLive in November 2017.

In 2016, Young DLC’s song Don’t Stop was published worldwide by a Netherlands Record Label. Young DLC was on Coke Studio SA 2016 where he produced for Aewon Wolf and Jade Brandon, their song is played on 5fm and other commercial radio stations.

Young DLC says,” This is a new and exciting journey for me. New Chapter. Excited that I will be working with Sony ATV, with worldwide songwriting and production opportunities. Surely dreams can come true, this is one good example”

Young DLC’s manager, Tendai Joe said,” We are thrilled by this milestone in Young DLC’s career. He is an incredibly hardworking songwriter and producer, with an amazing talent. With Sony on his side, Young DLC will surely grow to be one of the best songwriters and producers out of Africa.”

Young DLC was one of the headline acts at  the recently cancelled Treadfest SA, which was to be held December 2017 at Drakensburg Amphitheatre. Young DLC was on Billboards and posters with the likes of Gangs of Ballet, Mathew Mole, Sketchy Bongo, Francois Van Coke, Monark, Majozi, Locnville, Goodluck, Pit Fat, Chinda Munki, December Streets, The Kiffness, Ryki, Graeme Watkin Project, Yannick Meyer, The Sweet Resistance, Opposite The Other, DJ Wandile and others.

Connect with DJ YOUNG DLC on Social Media

Twitter: @YoungDLC_96
Facebook: YoungDLC96
Instagram: YoungDLC96

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Joe Nina Is Back With A Hit Afro Soul Album

Joe Nina

The music legend known to his fans as “Joe Nina” is back with a hit album titled “ Time II Time” The maker of the biggest hit in the 90’s titled “Ding Dong” has just released his latest single “Ngil’tholile” which is enjoying airplay on national and regional radio stations across the country. He has also just released a video for the single on mainstream TV channels and digital platforms.

Joe Nina’s latest album is a fusion of Afro-soul with African inspired jazz infused elements that make this album a sing-along. Enthused by his musical journey Joe shares his experiences – The ups and downs – of his career. The album features young talented artists as his passion is to uplift and give opportunities to other musicians. “Time II Time” is available in all good music stores and digital platforms across the country.

“Allow me to express my excitement to be able to release this craft with my Legends and upcoming fresh talent. It’s been a while since my last release but I can promise you this one it’s a must have. Sweet, loving, heart soothing extremely soulful. I thank God for giving me yet another gift of songs. You will love it, it’s a Killa!” says the veteran himself.

You can get the album by visiting or see updates on Facebook and Twitter.

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TRESOR announced as UN Ambassador

Tresor Ultra Records UN Ambassador

Multi-award winning singer, songwriter and producer, TRESOR, joins powerhouse global humanitarian personalities such as the likes of Angelina Jolie, Cate Blanchett, Emma Watson, Priyanka Chopra, Anne Hathaway, Leonardo Dicaprio, Victoria Beckham, Katy Perry and Serena Williams as a UN Ambassador.

The official announcement will be made this evening at the launch event at the Four Seasons Hotel, Westcliff. TRESOR will be announced as a UN Refugee Ambassador under the LuQuLuQu campaign where he will play a role as a High Level Influencer (HLI) for the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR).

TRESOR’s role as an HLI will include amongst others the advocacy of the struggles and challenges faced by refugees. Being in a unique position of having been a refugee himself, TRESOR makes for the perfect UNHCR Ambassador, as this is a cause very close to his heart and he is able to truly empathise with refugees.

“Having been a refugee myself for so many years, I truly understand the struggle for simple basic life needs. To have organisations like the UNHCR on the continent is truly a blessing. I’m honoured that they have identified me as a suitable voice to advocate for refugees on the continent and I look forward to playing a role that can positively affect the lives of refugees,” shares TRESOR.

“Vth Season would like to congratulate TRESOR on his appointment. This was one of the biggest achievements and goals he set for us to acquire for him, and we are proud to have made this happen. TRESOR’s journey as a refugee has truly been an inspirational one and we believe his inclusion as a UN Refugee Ambassador will inspire others to keep persevering through struggles and challenges,” expresses Raphael Benza of Vth Season.

TRESOR’s announcement as a UN Ambassador to come this evening, follows his recent field trip to Malawi to visit refugee camps. TRESOR endeavours to take on an active role with the UNHCR and you can follow him and @VthSeason on social media for his various refugee field trips and fund raising initiatives for refugees.

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Cassper Nyovest opens up about AKA beef on Real Goboza

AKA and Cassper hug

In a recent interview on SABC1’s Real Goboza, Cassper Nyovest opened up about AKA beef.

Cassper said: “Here’s my thing. Me and AKA have had our fair share of fights and I took a conscious decision two years ago to avoid that topic or name.”

“Because I felt like it’s over now, its boring. Every time I do something his name has to come up, so I was like, ‘I’m over that’ and I moved on.”

“Then he comes along, a few days before the show, and says whatever he says and adds that I need to give him a million rand to come and perform at the show… first of all I never asked you to come and perform.”

Nyovest added that there were multiple ways rappers could support each other, but a collaboration between him and AKA was “unnecessary” because their relationship was “not genuine”.

Watch the full interview below:

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Rapper Lolo Vandal opens his own record label African Elephant

Lolo Vandal record label African Elephant

ZuxoleNgetu whose stage name is Lolo Vandal, was born and raised in King Williams Town a small town in the Eastern Cape. He fell in love with music at a young age, and at age 13 he started writing his own songs.  In 2007 Lolo Vandal formed a hip hop group called ‘Black Weapons’ with XolelaPongoma, whose stage name is ‘Posta’. They released their first album ‘Iponti’ which was well received by the people of the Eastern Cape.

Lolo Vandal’s love for music kept him moving, after entertaining different crowds with Posta in 2010 he had to continue doing music as a solo artist because his group mate was venturing into modelling. Lolo Vandal worked hard in building his name, in 2012/2013 he produced and presented a hip hop show “Break the Dust” at Forte fm which aired on Fridays and Saturdays.

Lolo Vandal’s hustle will amaze you:in 2013 he entered a competition run by Ms Cosmo DJ on ‘The Stir Up’ where he bullied rappers from 7 provinces in South Africa with a fresh 16 bars every week. After 7 weeks he was crowned ‘The Ultimate King of Rap Factor’. He then recorded a song with PH at Raw X studios, a song that featured on the Back to the City compilation cd.

He featured on Hype magazine 5 times in a row, appeared on national TV several times and made waves on a number of national radio stations. This young man is a hard working individual: after releasing a studio album ‘Siyacela’ at Galela Studios, Lolo Vandal worked with HDi Youth Marketers together with Unisa in promoting the study of multilingualism in South Africa through his music.

Also read: The Close-Up With Xhosa Rapper Lolo Vandal

He has achieved a lot, and he is now taking things to the next Level by opening his own media hub called ‘African Elephant’. After releasing his Ep titled ‘Bonus’, he announced that he had started his own record label, also called African Elephant. Lolo Vandal believes that with his experience and strength, he is ready to be his own boss and run his own business.

He says, “African Elephant is a media hub that will develop artists. We plan to provide skills and produce content that will change the world. We plan to collaborate with bigger companies and provide major broadcasters with fresh content.”

“I love music with all my heart, andI will continue doing great things.”

Connect with Lolo Vandal on the below social media platforms

Or email at [email protected] for bookings.

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EFF South Africa Supports Rapper Fifi Cooper

EFF South Africa supports Fifi Cooper

Political party EFF South Africa has offered to help Fifi Cooper after she was slapped with a court interdict by her previous employer, Ambitiouz Entertainment for contract breach.

“We have seen the injustice caused on Fifi Cooper by Ambitious Entertainment which is politically associated with the corrupt North West Premier, Supra Mahumapelo. We have contacted Fifi with the willingness to help her fight back against the corrupt & exploitative record company” – EFF South Africa said in a post on Twitter.

Ambitiouz Entertainment released a statement yesterday confirming the interdict from the Gauteng High court. According to the statement, the rapper cannot sing any of ‘her’ songs must pay back royalties, court costs, and damages, and cannot claim copyright of ‘her’ songs.

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Court interdict rules against rapper Boingotlo ‘Fifi Cooper’ Mooketsi

Boingotlo Fifi Cooper Mooketsi Ambitiouz Entertainment

Rapper Boingotlo Mooketsi popularly knowns as Fifi Cooper was slapped with a court interdict by her previous employer, Ambitiouz Entertainment for contract breach.

The recording label released a statement confirming the interdict from the Gauteng High court. According to the statement, the rapper cannot sing any of ‘her’ songs must pay back royalties, court costs, and damages, and cannot claim copyright of ‘her’ songs.

Fifi Cooper was also instructed not to make any statement claiming ownership of copyright to the songs. Fifi has further been ordered to pay damages for infringing on the stable’s copyrights and to pay the legal costs of the suit.

Cooper was also ordered to return all the songs to the stable or delete them from her media platforms, like memory sticks.

Ambitiouz Entertainment boss Kgosi Mahumapelo confirmed they have interdicted the talented musician.

“She is interdicted from infringing all our copyright in relation to the songs; she is interdicted from making any media statements claiming ownership of copyright; she is to pay damages to Ambitiouz, which damages will be determined by conducting an inquiry in terms of section 24 of the Copyright Act; and she is ordered to pay costs of the application, including costs of two counsel,” read a written response from Mahumapelo.

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