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Girly makes her mark

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The ‘bootylicious’ and pretty stunner made heads turn when the dropped the single ‘Girly o di body’ together with an equally sizzling music video. The 27-year-old Girly, who describes herself as a humble loving person who loves music and acting, was born Botshelo Mosweu in Gaborone where she was also raised.

She recalls that she used to dance at family gatherings. “Elders would throw money at me while I was dancing,” she says. At age 14 she appeared in music videos for artists such as Vee, Mingo, Wizards, Starlu and Lizibo among others. In 2008 she entered My African Dream and made it to the finals. She then formed a dance group called Bonandosita. “I shared the stage with the likes of Eve and Shaggy, and also danced for Nigerian artist Flava when he was in Botswana.” Vee then took her under his wing although the relationship was short-lived. “I became his dancer and he later signed me as the first lady of Black money makers.

Things however didn’t work out as Vee got busy after he was signed to Universal records.” She says that she had worked with Amanandos and knew that she could sing. She later hooked up with Chef gustos and Bangi, who helped her drop, Di-body. The song has an upbeat trap sound with simple yet catchy lyrics. She is popular culture epitome and doesn’t try to be anything else.
She points out that she sings about the things she sees that are happening around her. She adds that she has always admired the late Lebo Mathosa and Mshoza.

Girly will soon drop an album produced by legendary Skizo. “Daddy Ski knows his stuff; he pushed me and I am grateful to him. I also got help from other artists such as T.H.A.B.O, Mapetla and Towdemac among others. The album is going to be hot,” she says. Girly says that there will be a listening session before she drops the album. Her time in the music industry has not been without controversies but she insists that she is only focused on her craft. “There is a lot of competition in the music industry. Some people say things that are not true about you while others want you to do shows but pay peanuts or don’t even pay at all.”

On the upside, she says that she has made good friends in the music industry who support her. Girly’s style is bold, fun and sexy. She is not afraid to flaunt her assets and confidently states that “if you have it flaunt it.” She says that she wears what she wants and likes being different “I love fashion and rock anything that looks good on me. I am my own stylist.”

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Local artistes steal the show at GIMC concert

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La Timmy gave his best as usual and set the mood a notch higher with his upbeat sounds.Meanwhile, Boogie Sid took the crowd way back with a set reminiscent of the early 2000s. Robbie Rob and Brando also gave a fun set that had dancing along. Meanwhile, Sjava’s performance was quite tepid.

He didn’t seem excited to be on stage and his performance was bland from start to finish. Han C on the other hand was a fireball of energy and set the pace, proving that local is truly lekker. The Sedilaka star belted out in tune while also gyrating madly as if his life depended on it. Many sang along to his hits Mafura fura and Se-ileng.

South African rapper Nasty C also held his own fort and although his performance was nothing to write home about, he seemingly gave his fans their money’s worth as they cheered wildly. The Hell No hitmaker saved the popular song for last and everyone sang along to the jam with a catchy hook.

Another energetic performer was Master KG who has been making waves recently. His unique sound, a mix of kwaito, mosakaso had many wiggling and jiggling as if they have ants in their pants. The Situation and Skeleton hitmaker and his dancers churned infectious dance moves throughout their performance.

Meanwhile, Lady Zamar churned hits such as Collide, Criminal, Charlotte and My Baby among others, as she showed off her well-choreographed dance moves. Prince Kaybee was in his usual element and while it was not his best night, most revellers enjoyed the house tunes, especially the hit Club Controller, which can make even the most uptight person lose their morals and hump and bump in the air.

One of the revellers Tshidiso Mokaila said she had enjoyed the concert. “It was chilly but the whole show was well-organised, from the sound to security. It was my first time here and I had the time of my life. I will definitely come again next year,” she said. Another reveller who only identified himself as Tshepo said that the popularity of the bash seemed to be declining but said he was impressed that the organisers had beefed up security this time around.

“We had fun knowing that our cars are safe. The performances were just OK but I think that the no cooler box policy turned off many people especially as there was only one beer on sale and no ciders.” The MCs for the night Loungo, Sadi and Somizi did a sterling job and kept revellers in a party mood. While the previous editions were much better than this year’s instalment, there were few incidents this time around. Revellers let their hair down and partied the night away until the wee hours of the morning.

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The sky is the limit for Ginah Molodi

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In what started as only a mere passion for music at the age of (11) for Ginah Tinah Molodi, it has now changed into a big reality as she recently featured in one of the most decorated DJ in Botswana Boineelo Othusitse known as DJ Bino in a single house-track dubbed Ke Mosadi. Growing up, 23-year-old Molodi was a vital member of the Praise and Worship at her church.

In a recent interview with Vibe, Molodi said that her mother had always encouraged her to give her best. “My late mother has always been my mother, a role model, a best friend, an instigator and that really kept going because she motivated me,” she said.

The Mmadinare born aspirant artiste made her first major appearance in one of the Botswana Television (BTV) talent show called My African Dream before deciding to try her luck on this year’s My Star Show, “I have always dreamt of joining My Star from the moment it started broadcasting on BTV and I only got join this year because I wanted to share my talent with Botswana as I always believed in my singing and the talent that got has given me. Winning would have been a great bonus to me,” she said.

Molodi further reiterated on her current main enthusiast who is apparently her aunt. “The one person who was always behind me is my aunt Thusano Moseki, she has always been my biggest fan and she used to call me at my tenure at My Star wanting to find out whether I chose either the right song or rehearsed well and stuff and that really motivated me a lot as she strongly believed in me,” she said.
Molodi said being eliminated in the My Star Top 12 had not deterred her as she went on to release a single. “I did not win at My Star but that never really discouraged me because I have so many people that believe in me. I decided to do a single titled Ke Mosadi which is basically a personal song and it celebrates a women from her phenomenal transition from a young to a women with a massive help from DJ Bino as my producer,” she said.
Meanwhile, DJ Bino said that Molodi’s brother had sent him her audio. “When I first heard that our home girl is currently at My Star, I told her brother to send me the audio and she was amazing. I promptly decided to start working with her.
She did not win maybe because sometimes the judges do not see what we see as producers hence I took liberty to do a song with her because I appreciate her talent,” he said. DJ Bino added that Molodi still had a long way to go as she will soon be working with big names such as Odirile ‘Vee’Sento, Busi (Malawi) to push her promising music career to greater heights. DJ Bino also confirmed that he was working on dropping his 2nd album, which will be titled The Journey.

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