Cape Town’s favourite ‘90s hip hop party, Private Affair, hosts its biggest event to date—taking their much-anticipated shindig to the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town on November 4th.
For its fifth installment, Private Affair has put together a line-up of some of the dopest hip hop and R&B DJs in the city, with an exciting back-to-back format that will keep the dance floor bumping into the early hours of the morning.
Here’s what to expect at the Private Affair battle royale next month:
RetroRootz VS Tiny T
With a legacy of musicians in her family, RetroRootz is a musician first and foremost, and her prowess on the bass guitar saw her perform alongside Petite Noir at CTEMF 2016. She’ll be up against the versatile young DJ, Tiny T, whose frequent nights at Fiction, Kennedy’s and Chilli Bar have made her a much-sought after selector in the city.
Bryan Travis VS Clint Abrahams
As the residents and organisors of LoveAll Bryan Travis and Clint Abrahams are responsible for some of the most anticipated parties in the city. Having built one of Cape Town’s strongest club nights and undoubtedly SA’s best tennis party, they are ambassadors of Cape Town urban music culture and are both a force to be reckoned with on the decks.
Step Brothers VS Waggy
Made up of DJ Lyle and Byron Coe, Step Brothers are masters at bringing the heat to parties. And as the creator of Daghood, Byron Coe is well versed in pulling together the right elements for a great night out. But they’ll need to pull out all the stops going up against Waggy, who has built his reputation as a top-class ‘90s hip and R&B DJ in Cape Town.
DJ Willy VS Ron X
DJ Willy and Ron X are household names across Cape Town, having held residencies at some of the best clubs in the city. As regulars on Goodhope FM for many years, they are widely considered as “OGs” in the hip hop and R&B scene. This battle will truly be a clash of titans and is a much anticipated back-to-back set to look forward to.
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