‘Bon Appetit -Deluxe’ goes liveon Feb 26


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Terence Miselo


Rapper Chef 187’s latest album ‘ Bon Appetit’ Deluxe album which is currently on pre-orders on Mvesesani will be accessible on February 26 according to sources from Nexus Entertainment.

The album is available on pre order request on Mvesesani and fans will be able to get the music on Friday 26th February.

The album which is Chef 187’s first release under  Nexus Music Entertainment has already attracted great anticipation.

The album has been refined, remixed and reintroduces some new sound to Chef 187’s earlier offering  ‘ Bon Appetit’.

According to Nexus Music Entertainment, the album is a collection of refined sound with some familiar themes that Chef is well-known for. “This is a dessert to all my fans who enjoyed ‘ Bon Appetit’ and is meant to shine some light on some songs that got overlooked,” states Chef 187 in explaining the album which comes as a collaboration involving Kopala Swagg, Alpha Entertainment and Nexus.


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