Bontle Modiselle could present, perform, and provide the voice-over while dancing at our debut if you just threw her into the room!
Modiselle is a multi-talented dancer who represented Bontle Modiselle Dance Studio at the #BBTitans launch. She is an accomplished singer, TV presenter, and winner of the Africa Movie Academy Award. She has worked with Lawrence Maleka on Club 808 and the 27th SAMAs.
The footwork will be explosive!
Yeini Na “Siyathandana” and “Slala Amalunde.” All authentic anthems from the Boohle artist. Boohle’s music, an upbeat byproduct of this Yanos-centric era, also incorporates gospel, Afro-soul, and Afro-house. She earned the best amapiano rookie and best amapiano female vocalist honors at the South African Amapiano Awards in November 2021, and she is prepared to leave her mark on the rest of the continent while she is there.
She will perform “Hamba Wena,” a viral dance sensation that she co-wrote with Deep London, during the event. Deep London, who had lately moved from the Eastern Cape, earned popularity almost right away after making a modest transition from deep house to amapiano. He’ll probably flourish in any genre, and the Big Brother Titans platform is definitely the place for him.
The Kokomaster D’banj is the last Western tale. He is a singer, rapper, and the creator of the Mo’ Hits record label. He led the Afrobeats movement at the beginning of the new century and won numerous honors along the way, including recognition from MTV and BET. With the unstoppable track “Oliver Twist,” which reached the UK Top 10 and became a major hit across Europe, he dominated the charts in 2012.
These giant superstars are just the start of our Titans’ glitter and glam – stay tuned fam!