New age jammin’

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Jam’N Soul returns this March with Presss and Langa Mavuso

Jam’N Soul is returning this March 26th for yet another session of soulful, jazzy music for all lovers of fine things and even finer music.

This session will be headlined by Presss alongside Langa Mavuso with an all-female supporting line up at Gaborone Club in Village.

Speaking to The Voice Entertainment, Jam’n Soul Live sessions lead coordinator, Kagiso Moatlhodi said that international acts at the centre of this occasion are Afro Soul artist Presss and Langa Mavuso and they will be bringing a soul and R&B feel to ambience.

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Moatlhodi proudly added that the supporting line-up is made up of young upcoming female artists.

This, she says demonstrates Jam’n soul’s commitment to empowering the youth. “Our all-female supporting lineup will include Dato Seiko, Sebaga the saxophonist, Tay and Zano.”

Founded in April 2018, Jam’N Soul is going into its 5th year and according to Moatlhodi, they have recorded massive growth as an event.

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“We have grown a lot especially, as an event that offers alternative music. We don’t do the most popular genre of music, but instead go for more soulful sounds. Nonetheless, we continue to do exceptionally well in terms of ticket sales and attendance.”

The sessions, which are mainly youth centered, offer different forms of art besides music.

“We offer fine arts, dance and poetry, and every one of our events has a different theme that centers around that particular form of art.”

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Meanwhile Thojana ya Thesele hitmaker Presss is expected to appeal to the older, more mature crowd while Mr Sunday Blues Langa Mavuso is expected to resonate with the younger generation with his new age sound.

The last event which was headlined by Lloyiso (RSA) , brought together around 2500 music lovers and as a result, Jam’N soul expects no less than 1000 people on March 26th.

They have called on various stakeholders to hold hands with them in their quest to empower youth in the creative sector. Tickets are apparently already selling like hotcakes at selected liquorama outlets in Gaborone.

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