Grooving in the Ghetto Friday 27 October 2023

Grooving in the Ghetto
Hey Nyenaah, Bale Deep & Phempheretlhe


His love for Deep House music began 19 years ago as a kid growing up in Gaborone.

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The Mahalapye native then went on a fact-finding mission, and his desire to create his own music grew with every passing day.

Fast forward to today and over 70 House mixes later, Bale Deep is one of the fastest growing Deep House DJs and Producers in Botswana.

His recent song ‘Set me free’, uploaded to his YouTube channel on 14th October, is a masterpiece good enough to set any stage on fire.

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Deep definitely brought the heat on this one.

A self-taught DJ, Bale Deep plans to release an EP next winter which will feature two unknown South Africans and a local DJ.

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The first track to the EP titled ‘Figment of my Imagination’ is 70 percent done.

He could be the next big thing; and remember, you heard it here first!

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Rating: 10/10


The second edition of the annual Gospel Festival in Maun returns on 25th November at Sedie Hotel.

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Once again the festival will be headlined by legendary locals, Phempherethe Pheto and Gaolathe Kamboo with South African music-maker, Madimetja supplying the mzansi magic.

The star studded line-up includes Tefo Phiri, Molly Matila, Gabo Thotobolo, Conny Lamola and many other Gospel groups from across the country.

Early bird tickets are on sale at webtickets for P80, standard tickets are set at P100 while it’s P300 for a VIP.


Once the go-to entertainment joint in Tonota, ‘Ema re new’ Bar is slowly rising from the ashes.

Following years of inactivity, the popular joint is desperate to reclaim its past glory.

This weekend, DJ Noble will host Swag Kids alongside the witty Hey Nyeenaah for an afternoon of food, music, laughter and drinks at legendary joint.

The trio will be supported by Cuedeck.

Entry is free.

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