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Samthing Soweto, Pabi Cooper and Blxckie set to take centre stage at Y’s Altitude Beach party

Samthing Soweto performing at the SAMA 2018 awards at suncity Northwest. Picture:Nokuthula Mbatha/African News Agency.

Samthing Soweto performing at the SAMA 2018 awards at suncity Northwest. Picture:Nokuthula Mbatha/African News Agency.

Published Jun 23, 2022

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YOUTH Month has already seen a host of celebratory shows and concerts paying homage to the brightest young talents the country has to offer, and that doesn’t seem to be stopping just yet.

On Saturday, Y, the Gauteng-based commercial youth radio station, will be hosting a youth celebration of all things music, fashion and entertainment at Altitude Beach in Fourways.

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Blxckie. Picture: Instagram

Billed as “LYFE” the show will feature some of South Africa’s hottest young artists, most notably Blxckie, Samthing Soweto, Blaq Diamond, Pabi Cooper, K.O and Felo Le Tee.

Y DJs, Ayanda MVP, DJ Venom and Candii are also set to be on the line-up.

Having taken a lengthy hiatus from the music industry, Samthing Soweto is set to release his new single, Amagents tomorrow.

The talented vocalist took to his Twitter account yesterday to share the news through a short video.

“I’d like to take the time to thank everyone for the support,” he said. “I really appreciate it, it’s amazing. I’ve got good news, I’m dropping Amagents and I’m dropping it on Friday. Please look out for it and thank you so much. More updates to come.”

Last week, the Akulaleki hitmaker took to social media to share that he was suffering from depression.

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Previously he’d taken to his Instagram to share that he was okay after widespread speculation that he was physically ill.

“I’m sorry for the silences (sic),” he said. “I thought I was wack but today I only discovered how dope I am. #depression.”

Doors open at 2pm and tickets are available at Webtickets for R250 apiece.

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