Eswatini Daily News

By Siphesihle Dlamini

‘Mnike’ hitmaker Tyler ICU is set to perform at Ekhayeni Chillaz on June 23. It’s all honey-sweet news for Amapiano fanatics as they yet have another Friday to dance the cold out.

Tyler ICU is a South African singer, DJ, and music producer currently trending for his Mnike hit song. The lineup will feature guest DJs; The Bishops, Tilungu, Zulu D, Ayacity, Trend Twins, and MacFowlen. The MC will be the energetic Skhay.

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According to the event promoter, Menzi Magagula, Tyler ICU is the perfect artist to be hosted as he has a good catalogue of hit songs. His hits range from Izolo, and Banyana to now trending Mnike.

“Tyler ICU is the perfect headliner as it will be his first time coming to perform in Eswatini. He has a good catalogue of hit songs. We actually have not only focused on the trending songs but no matter how old some of his songs may be, upon being played- people will dance,” said Magagula.

When asked about safety and security assurance, Magagula said they have sorted issues of safety. He said he would assure Emaswati that issues of pickpocketing are well dealt with.

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“In most cases, in my observation, it’s usually the customers’ negligence that leads to them losing valuables like phones. Over the weekend, we found over five phones belonging to customers on the ground. Some leave their phones unattended on the tables and go dance upon hearing their favourite songs being played,” said Magagula.

He further said they have sorted out the issue of pickpocketing by deploying bouncers and maximising security. He urged the public to come and party with Tyler ICU.

“It’s promising to be a show for the books. It will be one of the biggest shows. I can only promise fireworks,” said Dlamini.

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