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Lerato Kganyago and K.O set the tone for the sold-out Soirée Lovers' Edition

Award-winning rapper K.O had all the lovers in full on duet mode as they sang and danced to his ‘Skhanda Love’ among other hits at The Soirée by Stella Artois ‘Lovers Edition’, which was hosted at the Toadbury Hall Country Hotel near Lanseria on Sunday.

The sold-out affair which was filled with music for lovers, artisan cuisine, an art exhibition and a star-studded music line-up featuring some of Mzansi’s top artists, witnessed the former Teargas rapper make his comeback performance after a long break.

K.O, whose given name is Ntokozo Mdluli, performed a set that celebrated his discography, from Teargas, Skhanda World and his classics like ‘Skhanda Love’, which had all the lovers in full on duet mode.

Lerato Kganyago was in her best spirits spinning the decks at the Valentine’s Day instalment of the popular lifestyle and music event. The Metro FM radio presenter recently shared that February hurt her, after experiencing a miscarriage.

The award-winning Ami Faku may have had everyone singing along but her strained voice prevented her from hitting those high notes. Being booked and busy is great and all but vocal cords also need rest.

Berita and Zoë Modiga are two queens that know how to perform. Both came out dressed in red stunning outfits, they captivate the audience. Even if you are not a fan of their music, you left entertained.

The event saw some of Mzansi's famous faces such as actor-cum-musician Nirvana Nokwe and ‘Shaka iLembe’ star Lemogang Tsipa. Nokwe had everyone’s attention with her breakout role in ‘Outlawz’ as Sihle and Tsipa is currently gripping viewers on ‘Killer Front Page’.

With its expansive picnic lawns and large shade trees, Toadbury Hall Hotel was an exceptional setting for The Soirée

An art installation from multi-disciplinary Cape Town artist and musician, Amy Ayanda Lester, served as the perfect backdrop for pictures.

The original article can be found on iOL.

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