I COULD not wait to waltz my sexy behind to Eyethu Sports Bar in Zwide for Mathousand and Sdudla’s farewell party on Friday night. The two have been signed under Heavy K’s Drumboss Music Records and will be spending much of their time in Jozi from now on.
Wow, people came in droves to see their kwaito boys doing what they do best – there wasn’t space for a mouse.
However, they had to wait for most of the night as those two decided to be diva- ish and only perform after 11pm.
MVP DJS Aya and Chrisbeats kept people entertained with their house beats, while KQfm’s DJ Zol was the MC for the night.
The time finally came for the two kwaito stars to take to the stage and when they did they left your Skinnerbek quite speechless. I hope the country is ready for them as they are bringing back the meaning of kwaito.
It was well into the wee hours when Skinnerbek heard her bed calling and even then there were still people partying up a storm.
On Saturday the two left their fans dry at Club 2010 in Seyisi, Kwazakhele. They were also scheduled to do their farewell party there but were whisked away by muso Pakes of Ebhayi fame for an ANC event in Idutywa.
Now boys, one thing you should always keep in mind is that charity begins at home – you can’t just leave your homies dry like that as these are the people who supported you when nobody else knew you existed.
Anyway, we still love you so all the best in your future endeavours.
On Saturday it was also Prezident Chiki’s birthday party at Dash Nite Club in Parliament Street. For those of you who don’t know zee Prezident, he is a dancehall DJ of note.
What a way to celebrate your birthday. For starters there were girls dressed only in their bikinis. Do those girls ever eat, tjoo? They got yours truly really worried.
I was tempted to wear mine but I didn’t want to have anyone drooling all over my curvacious African body.
Entertainment was provided by Goldteeth Soundsystem and the 3rd Generation band.
It truly felt like I was at some breezy Brazilian party; my senses only returned to me when I was about to go home and still the dancehall culture was ruling Parliament Street.
It was good to see the birthday boy enjoying himself – and to think I didn’t remember to ask his age!
Still on birthday issues, I hope Heavy K will finally turn 22, as he has been 21 for too long now.
PE business people should do their research before opening two-minute night clubs. Last year we saw so many clubs opening and in the blink of an eye they were closed. I was disappointed at the closure of Liquid Lounge – remember the classy club in Parliament Street owned by cricket player Lonwabo Tsotsobe and Thando Manana?
The sad thing is when it opened everyone was invited but people were never notified about its closure. Then it was Studio Lounge in Zwide which promised to bring back clubbing in the Bay and was owned by Sifiso Zungu, the former manager at Liquid Lounge, and Thulani Qeqe. It also just went dead … rumours are the partnership didn’t go too well between the two. Zungu left and is now in construction.
Then there was Nine Yards that just disappeared into thin air.
Ciao dahlings and brace yourself for more social shenanigans next week!