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Music galore for different tastes at The Brazen Head

By Nceba Dladla - Feb 17, 2017
Music galore for different tastes at The Brazen Head

Port Elizabeth’s new musical finesse discovered by young entrepreneurs, Siphokazi Ndlendle, Mandla Mbili and Trust Bvochora, will be on show at The Brazen Head, 76 Cape Road on Saturday 25 February from 8pm till late.

 Ndlendle, Mbili and Bvochora are the brains behind Victory Entertainment, a newly formed record label aimed at discovering and exposing the greatest talent found in Nelson Mandela Bay.

“We built a studio and formed a record label Victory Entertainment early in December with the hope of unearth , nurture, and expose an immense local talent that could go to waste if not followed up,” said Ndlendle, who together with Mbili are the directors of the company based at East-borne Road, Port Elizabeth.

Bvochora is the music producer with an eye for talent.  A qualified sound engineering graduate Bvonchora  said he has been able to find a solid group of diverse musicians who are leading in their own music styles. This is the music, he said, should not be lost to other cities like Johannesburg or Cape Town as it has always been the trend.

“We have been working with these artists and are proud to say that they all have their own music which we wrote and produced ourselves,” said Bvochora.

The trio said the music is good, the sound is fresh and the venue is perfect for the night out for both young and old audience.

“We decided on this venue which is a safe and warm for the day and night event.  Brazen Head is a restaurant fit for the king and has enough space to dance and enjoy music,” said Mbili, who is a Civil Engineer by profession. He is an Afro pop musician with influences of reggae, soul and mbaqanga who performs under the name Mido. 

Human Resources Management (HRM)  Practitioner Ndlendle who is otherwise known as Spokie the Songstress, promised to wow music fans with her new sound.

Not to be outdone, Bvochora, aka Perpetrator promised to deliver the best.

But he was quick to add, “But please watch out for Sindie. Her angelic voice will touch one or two people who love music, and good sound.”   

“We’ve been in the music business for quite some time now. We’ve got the business to keep local artists with something wonderful to do. We only plead for local support, “ said Ndlendle, adding fans will regret.

 “Here, we’re also doing talent search through recording and keeping the data for unveiling to professionals who want backing vocalists or certain sounds for duets,” said Mbili, adding that Victory Entertainment was open to do business with those serious about their talents .

Admission is R60 person at their offices, at venue, 76 The Brazen Head, Cape Road, their offices at No.2 East borne Road and from the artists but will be R80 at the door.  For enquiries contact:  041 373 1751 or 072 356 9626.