Budding Afro-soul singer Musa Mashiane hopes to dazzle the audience on Friday night at the Oude Meester Ekurhuleni Comes Alive.
The venue, as always, is the Birchwood Executive Hotel in Boksburg.
Mashiane, 21, who hails from Witbank in Mpumalanga is a promising young musician. He has been singing from a very young age and his opportunity to sign a record deal came in 2005.
Mashiane, who defines his music as "vibey and positive", is excited about performing in Boksburg.
"I am sure that people will love my music. I can't wait to get on that stage on Friday evening."
His debut album, The Chant-Umhlabelelo, was released late last year and is doing well, he says.
Mashiane will be sharing the stage with Camagwini and Siphokazi who performed magnificently in Secunda on Saturday.
This will be Siphokazi's third appearance at Birchwood. She is back by popular demand.
Talented Camagwini is also determined to take the industry by storm.
The three realise that they are fortunate to get a chance to be part of this special event.
Oude Meester Ekurhuleni Comes Alive has been a launching pad for many artists.
The concept has given young South Africans an opportunity to showcase their talent and to launch albums.
So, book for an evening of great entertainment.