Young Rebel Recording Studio welcomed young people to an all-female open mic party

It was great to see how many talented young musicians came to Young Rebel Recording Studio in Ferndale on August 18 to show off their mind-blowing talents.

Trexpas and Trexpas uncle give the crowd a moving performance. Photo: Lonwabo Sangqu

Musicians have shared how they’ve been able to hone their talent during the pandemic and some have used the time to release their songs digitally. They all had bigger plans to pursue for their future.

The audience was truly breathless. Photo: Lonwabo Sangqu

To kick off the evening, the host of the evening, Sego Molefe aka Psycho Sax, welcomed everyone to the honorable Women’s Month event.

Jade Beeby performs a range of hip covers. Photo: Lonwabo Sangqu

After that, the audience was treated to a moving performance by Trexpas with his uncle Alex who sang an original song I Want It All, which is about how one could make all of one’s dreams possible.

Yanga Mjoli, Tanya Olckers also known as Tamski and Bomi Shinga. Photo: Lonwabo Sangqu

The next performance was from Thembalethu Jiyane who shared that she was performing live for the first time since 2017. Jiyane shared how excited she was to perform in front of a crowd again and sang LTD’s love ballad that speaks of relationships and love.

Thembalethu Jiyane sings an original piece. Photo: Lonwabo Sangqu

Tshepiso Leokaoke graced audiences with her piece of spoken word Perspective which details people’s views on different societal issues regarding women.

This group of men indulged in the all-female comedy night. Photo: Lonwabo Sangqu

To conclude the special evening, singer and instrumentalist Jade Beeby performed a series of covers. The audience sang along with TLC’s Scrubs and the late Amy Winehouse’s Valerie.

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