Levels: DBN Gogo and Black Motion Perform In Africa's Tallest Building

Levels: DBN Gogo and Black Motion Perform In Africa's Tallest Building

- DBN Gogo and Black Motion recently performed at one of the tallest buildings in the continent

- The entertainers also got to be part of history as drones lit up the southside of the towering structure

- The performances were part of the launch of a new flavour of Brutal Fruit, which turned into a star-studded event

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On Wednesday, 7 April, the entire south side of all 54 storeys covering 12 600 square meters of Africa’s tallest building was lit up - literally.

The Leonardo Hotel in Sandton was blinged up to launch a new flavour of Brutal Fruit. The affair saw DBN Gogo and Black Motion taking the stage for the performance of a lifetime.

DBN Gogo and Black Motion perform in Africa's tallest building
DBN Gogo and Black Motion lit it up with their performances. Image: Supplied
Source: UGC

The mesmerising view was pulled off by using drones. 88 000 lumens (light units) were projected on the south side of the building while DBN Gogo and Black Motion played their sets.

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DBN Gogo recently trended after social media users uncovered some information about her.

DBN Gogo's real name is Mandisa Radebe and fans recently found out that she's the politician Jeff Radebe's daughter.

DBN Gogo is a skilled DJ and has successfully made a name for herself in the Mzansi music scene. She's made a few hits, including Dakiwe, which was a festive season favourite.

Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that DJ Zinhle could not be more proud of Black Motion for the lit new drop they just made in celebration of 10 years of music. Zinhle has always been a fan, it's not because her alleged bae is part of the group.

Being able to stay relevant and wanted in the Mzansi music scene for 10 years is an achievement on its own. Black Motion’s new album The Healers: The Last Chapter, pays tribute to the incredible job these guys have done.

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Briefly.co.za learnt that Black Motion’s Thabo Smol Mabogwane and Robert DJ Murdah Mohosana have been blessing Mzansi with their musical excellence for 10 years now and do not plan on stopping any time soon. Black Motion is a house music duo that deserves a little hype.

Getting Sun-El Musician, Nokwazi and NaakMusiQ involved in their new album, Black Motion ensured that this one would be a showstopper, and it is. Their African bass beats are too much!

DJ Zinhle took to social media to let Black Motion know what she thinks of their new album. It is safe to say that Black Motion has Zinhle’s approval and it ain't just because Murdah is her alleged new bae – these men are talented!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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