- Shimza’s two-hour solo Youth Day performance at the iconic Nelson Mandela statue at the Union Buildings blew Mzansi away
- He managed to raise over R50k towards for parcels of essentials for those in need whilst making Mzansi groove
- The people were taken aback by Shimza's selflessness and undeniably lit performance
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DJ Shimza entertained the masses with his epic one-man lockdown special. These acts of kindness do not go unnoticed.
Artists have been doing their best to engage with fans and keep them entertained during this dreaded lockdown.
Briefly.co.za saw the groove wave that hit Mzansi when Shimza got behind the decks to give the people what they needed.
Music has always been an element of unity and hope and a tool to uplift people’s spirits in times of need.
Shimza’s one-man show lockdown edition blew the people of Mzansi away last night – he brought the heat and got the people grooving.
The vibey two-hour performance was hosted live from the iconic Nelson Mandela statue at the Union Buildings in commemoration of Youth Day.
Not only did Shimza put smiles on people’s faces but he also raised over R50k to help those in need of food and other basic essentials as a result of this virus.
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Shimza did the thing! He had this to say:
"Today’s #OMSLockdown broadcast pays tribute to all the fallen heroes who paid the ultimate price for our freedom, in particular the young people who took to the streets in 1976. Your sacrifices were not on in vain. We have a lot of work to do."
Social media was buzzing over Shimza’s unforgettable performance. There is no denying that he brought the heat and made a memory never to be forgotten.
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