Songstress set to turn up the heat

SAs hottest songstress is set to turn up the heat this October at Emperors Palace.  

There’s a reason why Lady Zamar is known as the new queen of SA music.

She recently walked away with the title of Female Artist of the Year and Newcomer of the Year at the SA Music Awards. She has teamed up with some of the biggest names in the industry, she has numerous chart-topping singles to her name and her 2017 debut album, King Zamar, reached gold status earlier this year.

Continuing on her musical journey, Lady Zamar is making sure she keeps giving her fans the royal treatment.

She’ll be performing for the first time at the Theatre of Marcellus, at Emperors Palace, on October 27.

The rich, sensuous voice behind the hits My Baby, Collide and Love Is Blind, will be accompanied by a full band in a two-hour showcase.

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She’s also invited along the fresh, up-and-coming talents, Rhea Blek and Sivuyile, as supporting acts.

Born in Tembisa and raised in Pretoria West, Lady Zamar (Yami Janet Banda), started singing at the tender age of six.

Growing up, she found herself involved with emerging and aspiring hip-hop artists of the time and considered herself a mini rapper.

It was only a matter of time before her talents were picked up.

She shot to fame when she teamed up with Junior Taurus and their singles, Mamelodi and Cotton Candy, hit the charts.

This soulful songstress, with a unique and powerful voice, has become a household name and her music is heard on radio stations across the country.

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She has collaborated with the likes of Prince Kaybee, Mshega, DJ Fortee, Tira, and more recently, with Vetkuk vs Mahoota and Dominic Neill.

Lady Zamar – Live is brought to you by Bhavani Entertainment.

This offering will showcase her rich vocals and all the dance feels that have made her well-known and well-liked by fans and the event promises to be a power-packed and unforgettable performance.

Tickets are available at Computicket.

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