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PdotO Announces Digital Concert In Collaboration With The South African State Theatre

East London born PdotO collaborates with The South African State Theatre for a digital concert.

PdotO announces digital concert in collaboration with the South African State Theatre. The six-time South African Hip Hop Awards Nominee PdotO is a versatile artist whose skills also extend beyond music to television. The Dear God maker has featured on the small screen three times playing the role as himself. He has featured on ‘Nomayini’, ‘Jacob’s Cross’ and ‘Inkaba’.

P dot O announced on his twitter page that he’ll be hosting a digital show on the 24th of January 2021. He said in his tweet, “Digital Show this 24th January at South African State Theatre Tickets available at webtickets. Love and light”. Following the tweet, the rapper posted a short clip of what viewers can expect at the digital show.

View the clip here:

Tickets for the show are R50 and are available from Webtickets: https://www.webtickets.co.za/v2/Event.aspx?itemid=1505191266

Other artists who have had a digital show include Manakomba, and Ncamisa Nqana. The South African State Theatre began hosting virtual concerts to have no face-to-face concerts because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Also known as ‘Poet The Sonnet’ the rapper released two full length projects in 2020. The first was a 13 track solo project titled Cold Waters with a list of features that includes Kid X, Big Zulu, Jay Claude and Sky Nomonde. The second project is a collaboration project with Blacklez titled Lost Diamonds featuring Ntate Stunna, Jst Sako, N’veigh, and Jay Claude.

You can listen to Cold Waters here: https://music.apple.com/za/album/cold-waters/1496050703

You can listen to Lost Diamonds here: https://music.apple.com/za/album/lost-diamonds/1529186282

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