- Focalistic has cemented his GOAT status after a fire set on the Lockdown House Party which made history
- For the first time ever the show hosted three live performances but Focalistic's fire set is what everyone is talking about
- He even had time to work in a costume change and his set has been praised by fellow musicians
Focalistic had an absolute fire set on the Lockdown House Party and has cemented his GOAT status. His performance was also a first on the popular show with three lives performances.
In the two seasons of the show it has never had more than two live performances.
The three live sets included Telllaman, El World Music’s Simmy and Focalistic.
He uploaded a post to social media in which he revealed:
“I had fun! New music! Outfit change for Blecke ke colour ya manyora.”
Focalistic's performance threw everyone in the shade as he out on a fire set including costume changes.
His set was praised by fellow musicians in the industry.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Pitori Maradona, Focalistic, has hit over 2 million accumulative streams across all his music on digital platforms.
This impressive feat comes off the back of a few singles, features, and two projects namely Quarantined Tarantino and the chart-topping Blecke.
Released through AKA's former label, Vth Season, you can stream or download Focalistic’s 10-part soundtrack, Quarantined Tarantino EP, here: https://africori.to/quarantinedtarantino.
In other news, DJ Maphorisa has released his new album Money Heist and it has been a roaring success. In fact, it was so well received that Nasty C's amazing album, Zulu Man with Power has been knocked off the top of Apple Music's chart.
The album was released on Friday, 4 September, and has managed to fend off other strong competitors including, Busiswa’s “SBWL,” featuring Kamo Mphela, and Nadia Nakai’s deluxe edition of “Nadia Naked II.”
Briefly.co.za learned that Maphorisa's latest EP includes fan favourites such as Bella Ciao,” featuring Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa, “My Dali,” featuring Shasha, Myztro, Mas Musiq and Thabzin SA, and “Sofa si Lahlane.”
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