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AmaPiano sensation Dlala Thukzin.

By Siphesihle Dlamini
AmaPiano sensational DJ Dlala Thukzin is set to thrill fun lovers at Mega Lounge on November 3, a night promising to be of non-stop entertainment and pulsating rhythms.

Headlining the event, Dlala Thukzin will take centre stage, showcasing his unmatched talent and skill behind the decks. Joining him on stage is a line-up of talented artists, including Sgitha, Zulu D, Supa CDQ, President, and The Bishops, who are set to keep the energy levels soaring throughout the night. With such a diverse line-up, the ‘iPlan Friday’ event promises to cater to a wide range of musical preferences, ensuring a memorable experience for all attendees.

To enter this musical extravaganza, a cover charge of E150 will be applicable, and only payable at the gate. Mega Lounge, a renowned venue known for hosting unforgettable events, is the perfect setting for the ‘iPlan Friday’ event. Located in Mbabane, opposite the Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, the venue offers a spacious and vibrant atmosphere that is sure to enhance the overall experience.

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Dlala Thukzin, known for his seamless transitions between Afro Tech, AmaPiano, and various other genres, has carved a name for himself in the South African music industry. His journey in music began at a young age when he would assist his late uncle in carrying music equipment for gigs.

This exposure sparked his interest, leading him to embark on a solo musical journey. Starting as a producer in the mid-2000s, his breakthrough came in 2016 when he collaborated with prominent Gqom artist, Babes Wodumo, on her debut album, Gqom Queen Volume 1. This collaboration played a pivotal role in popularizing the genre in South Africa.

While his roots lie in Gqom, Dlala Thukzin has successfully embraced the Amapiano sound. His 2021 hit, ‘Phuze,’ seamlessly blends the lush pads of AmaPiano with Gqom’s signature thwacking drums, creating a unique and captivating musical experience.

His projects, such as ‘Permanent Music’ which was released in 2020, and ‘Permanent Music 2’ which was released in 2021, further demonstrated his ability to adapt to different sounds while maintaining his distinct Gqom accent.

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