- DJ Tira is about to give fans the treat they have been asking for
- The music producer has organised a performance by Babes Wodumo and Kamo Mphela at his December concert
- The dancing duo will be performing at the Fact! Durban Rocks concert, which will air virtually
The combination we have all been waiting for is finally here. DJ Tira is giving the people what they want at this year's Fact! Durban Rocks concert by bringing to the stage both Kamo Mphela and Babes Wodumo.
The Durban-based music producer took to social media to share a snippet of the duo practising for the big event and it looked absolutely lit.
He captioned the video:
"@kamo_mphelaxx and @babes_wodumo warming up for Fact Durban Rocks recording last night 31 Dec FDR is ushering you to 2021 stay tuned"
Social media users loved seeing the pair go head to head. Insta user amandambona3 said:
"Le combo malume."
"Yeeeeeeeees yeeeeeees I am screaming!"
"I always wanted to see this."
"Ubani lothi "Aweeemaah"... Legend."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that DJ Tira has responded to the banning of December concerts in KwaZulu-Natal. KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala recently announced that major festive season concerts such as DJ Tira's Fact! Durban Rocks have been cancelled in the province in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
The Afrotainment boss has shared that the annual Fact Durban Rocks party, which takes place on New Year's Eve, will continue as planned but without a live audience. The Nguwe hitmaker wrote in a statement:
"We are working on a virtual concert that will make sure that people have something to stay for at home this festive."
On the statement shared by entertainment commentator Phil Mphela on Twitter, DJ Tira added that artists such as Sjava, Simmy, Nomcebo Zikode and Blaq Diamond, among others, will be on stage during the virtual concert.
Briefly.co.za reported that the KZN government is seeking to avoid a second wave of Covid-19 infections.
Ahead of the festive season, the region has now opted to cancel major parties and events, saying that these events would not be permitted in light of rising case numbers. The provincial government says that medical and scientific experts have informed this decision.
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