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Inkabi Nation.

By Siphesihle Dlamini

Inkabi Nation fans will be happy to learn that their favourite group will be performing and enticing spin lovers at the 3rd Edition of the Eswatini Motorsport Weekend.

The event is scheduled for the Mavuso Exhibition and Trade Centre on September 23, 2023.
Expectedly, the Mavuso Trade Centre will be transformed into a hotbed of adrenaline-pumping action. Car enthusiasts are expected to flock to the arena to watch the best spinners put their skills to the test in a car-spinning show like no other.

With high-octane action and heart-stopping stunts, the show promises to be an unforgettable experience for all those who will attend. The spinning event will feature spinners from the country and beyond, including Big Zulu from South Africa, General Sexton from Botswana, and King Fred from South Africa among others. The event will also see about 50 local spinners showcasing their stunts.

Performing on the night is Inkabi Nation, which is a group of artists signed under Inkabi Records. The record label was founded by Big Zulu in 2019 and has since signed Mduduzi Ncube, Lwah Ndlunkulu, Xowla, and Siya Ntuli. Inkabi Nation has recently dropped a studio album titled Inkabi Nation which features all the artists.

The event will also see local acts including Sgitha, Trend Twins, and Nqaba gracing the stage. In an interview with event organizer Banele Dlamini, he said the show will be one of a kind. He further assured the nation of safety as he mentioned that the nation’s safety is their major priority.

He urged Emaswati to buy tickets to the event and attend it. “We are still going to add some acts to the line-up. We are going to confirm one South African Amapiano heavyweight soon,” said Dlamini.

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