Vjeezy to play at Ballantine’s True Music Tour tomorrow


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Terence Miselo


Renowned DJ and music promoter Vernon Daka famously known as Vjeezy is the main anchor music spinner for tomorrow’s Ballantine’s True Music Tour for Zambia which also features Nigerian – born artiste Oladapo Oyebanjo popularly known as D’banj.

The DJ fondly called The Sauce Boss is delighted to showcase his skills at this one-off show that will feature his fellow Zambian artistes Bombshell, Davaos and Jae Izzy.

The three musicians are in the race to see who finishes first to become the ultimate Ballantine’s True Music Zambian envoy.

This show takes place at Freedom 64 in Lusaka and is expected to be a big stage and moment of exposure for the three artistes in the competition as well as for DJ Vjeezy.

The event comes courtesy of Ballantine’s Scotch Whisky’s initiative to stand for True Music in Africa by promoting, protecting and progressing music that matters.

Ballantine’s True Music Tour continues to support True Music and artistes who follow their own paths and make music born out of passion. This is the second Ballantine’s music experience for Zambia and tomorrow’s show starts at 19 hours.


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