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General News / September 7, 2017

Masego confirmed for headline Dublin show

General News / September 7, 2017

Masego confirmed for headline Dublin show

Masego is Ireland-bound.

 

We were first acquainted with Masego when he jumped on ‘Herside Story/Crew‘ with GoldLink and Hare Squead on BBC Radio1’s Piano Sessions. However, in that case the vocalist whipped out the sax.

Masego, which means ‘Blessed’ in Tswana, the language of Botswana, plays cello, trumpet, drums, guitar and piano, as well as the saxophone. He’s also both alto and tenor.

It’s difficult to pigeonhole him.

He’s now been confirmed for a headline Dublin performance. He plays The Academy, Dublin on Wednesday October 25. Tickets are €24.00 including booking fee are on sale now.

His most recent work came just a week or so ago when he dropped ‘2 Step’ with Jazzy Jeff and Rhymefest. Check that out below.