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Thursday, 01 December 2022 16:02

Amigo se Raak Rustig is 'n Somer Treffer

Raak Rustig deur Amigo word in 'n lekker saamsing Neo-Soul RnB Hip Hop styl gedoen en bevat ook sterk invloede van Jazz.
Ons reken hierdie nuwe liedjie van Amigo gaan nie net groot wees hierdie somer nie, maar gaan nog lank in die toekoms hoog op aanhangers se persoonlike snitlyste woon en mense kan ook leer om saam te sing met hom lirieke-video, wat ons natuurlik verder onder in die artikel vir julle ingegooi het.

 

Sanger en Rap-kunstenaar Amigo, ook bekend as Mario Laaistock, wie op 21-jarige ouderdom in 1994 blind verklaar is, woon al vir die grootste deel van hom lewe in Eersterivier en is eintlik 'n boorling van Elsiesrivier waar hy grootgeword het.
Amigo het al van jongs af die droom gehad het om in die musiekbedryf te wees en hy het nie dat sy blindheid hom van stryk af bring nie.

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Celebrating in style, Uncle Cal’s Birthday Bash on Saturday 8 October 2022 will also mark the Launch of the 2022 Jazz on The Lawn.

Well-known for gathering some of the finest entertainers to perform at his events, Uncle Cal’s Birthday Bash at Danté’s Premiere Lounge in Bellville not only promises to wow attendees and get them dancing to the funkiest grooves; it will also be a tasty sampling of what to expect at the long-awaited 2022 Jazz on The Lawn taking place later this year at the Bevcan Sports Grounds in Epping Industria on 10 & 11 December.

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Mario Laaistock aka Amigo the visually impaired singer and rapper will be performing at the Hanover Park Ward 47's Multi Activity Youth Market on Saturday 25 June 2022. He will be sharing the stage with the likes of local favourites Mr Heinz, Craig Lucas, Robin Pieters & DJ Sophia.
As an entertainer with a fast growing fan base, Amigo will also have a stand at the event where his team will be selling a brand new range of Amigo Merchandise.
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Ricardo Groenewald, the singer of the song which South Africans probably consider the world's best ever Father's Day anthem, "I Love You Daddy",  has lost his brief battle with cancer and passed away on Wednesday 25 November.

Born in Humansdorp, Ricardo began singing at the age of five and at the tender age of eight, he released "I Love You Daddy" which made him a household name.
In 1989, he performed alongside Stevie Wonder on the Children Of The World Tour.
He made his last public appearance on Sunday, at a packed hall at the His Grace Performing Arts Centre in Parow, where friends in the music industry including the likes of Jonathan Rubain, Ameen “Rappin Donkey” Levy and Zoe Zana performed at a special benefit concert held for him.
Seated in a wheelchair, Ricardo smiled broadly when his 11-year-old son, Rick-lynn, performed "I Love You Daddy".

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