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Keith Sweat, one of America's dazzling beacons of R&B, will be in the country tomorrow.
The sensational singer, who certaily knows how to wow his audience - taking them from the doldrums of gloom to the fabled golden heavenly streets - will do his thing at the Coca-Cola Dome, at Northgate, in Johannesburg.
He then moves to the International Conference Centre in Durban on Sunday.
Sweat will be joined by the inimitable duo of K-CI & Jojo. As if that is not be enough, Ginuwine will stoke the fires of romance, killing the audience softly. If his album is anything to go by, music lovers are in for a treat. Fan or no fan, this is a killer combination that will enthral the audience by giving them value for money.
But how can we forget our own Mr Lover and cultural icon, Ntando? He is tipped to represent local artists, by showing the audience what we are about.
From his entreé on to the music scene, Ntando has displayed star quality. For a newcomer, he took the wind out of established artists' sails when he featured alongside international acts, showing them a thing or two in the process. His fans will be treated to vibes from his latest album, Uhambo Lwam, which is due for release next week. Tickets are available at Computicket and Shoprite.