Fans Anticipate Koffi Olomide’s Performance In Botswana

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By  | Jul 07, 2022, 05:13 PM  | Top of The

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He is famous for his latest hit song featuring Tanzanian artist Diamond Platnumz dubbed ‘waah’, one of the songs that took the whole of Africa by storm.

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The Congolese singer, dancer, producer, and composer who have belted several gold records in his career will be debuting a performance soon in Botswana and Batswana cannot wait to witness his performance back home. He will be performing alongside Charma Gal in her ‘Kgosi Ya Mosadi’ concert.

The Democratic Republic Of Congo star has also confirmed his performance in the country. Fans are anticipating after he delivered some good dance to songs.

Batswana have in the past proved their love for their musicians. Whether in the country or beyond the boarder, when they choose to support you they make sure.

In the recents months they have uplifted the creative industry after the dire covid-19 scourge. They have continued to support artist event after the scourge have subsided. Artists have also developed confidence in their fans as they will support them no matter what.

It is just beautiful how the entertainment industry has bounced back as now people are able to put bread on their table and supporting their families.

The ‘Kgosi Ya Mosadi Concert’ was inspired by two artists in the country who did a one man show and it was successful. These shows were debuted by King of Kwasa Kwasa Franco also known as Lepako.

He did a one man show dubbed ‘Soul Fill Up’ and the show was packed and people loved his show. The Gabane native proved to many that he has a huge following in the country. Although he had other performances from local artists performing alongside him, he still delivered to his fans and it was one of the most beautiful nights in the country.

Although he was bashed for doing a show without a line up, Atasaone Molemogi also known as ATI, followed his instincts and did his show dubbed ‘One Man Show With ATI’. 

The show did not receive enough marketing and publicity but when the day of the show came, Batswana were filled up in the stadium in Francistown, for ATI’s One Man Show. His show was one of the historic moments as he had a zero line up yet people still came for the ‘Khiring Khorong’s One Man Show. It is one of the shows that will go down as one of the iconic events.

Makhadzi also came and raked in millions, for her historic One Woman Show which she debuted in the country. She also did well and packed thousands of people in one place in Tlokweng. The show had a huge following and fans were filled up at the stadium. 

Her 10% of the show was donated to charity organisations in the country. These shows opened doors for many other artists to do their one man show in the country. We are only waiting to hear who will be next after Charma Gal hosts her show. Artists like Vee Mampeezy are still yet to host their One Man Show.

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