Cassper Nyovest is MTN Color Fest guest artiste

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South Africa’s hip hop artiste Cassper Nyovest who recently graced the Zambia version of Castle Lite Unlocks makes a return to the country on 27th July for the highly publicized MTN Colour Festival to be held in Ndola.

The award-winning rapper who will be coming to the country for the third time will be glad to headline the event that has grown in size and influence.

Organised by AME Entertainments and fully-powered by MTN, the Colour Festival is one of the country’s biggest entertainment events that celebrate music, culture and food with a touch of colour. This year’s show takes place at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola and will among other interesting entertainment activities feature music from a chain of local artistes.

Prominent local names for this show include Chester, Kaladoshas, T-Sean, May C, Chuzhe and Dope Boys to name only a few. The shows will that starts during day time and has a special package for children to create that family fun.

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