Dancing during our premiere, Bontle Modiselle could easily present, perform, do the voice-over – just throw her into the house!
Repping Bontle Modiselle Dance Studio at the #BBTitans premiere, Modiselle is multi-talented. She’s an Africa Movie Academy Award winner, TV presenter (including alongside Lawrence Maleka on Club 808 and the 27th SAMAs), and an accomplished singer.
Expect footwork fireworks!
“Yini Na”. “Slala Amalunde”. “Siyathandana”. All genuine anthems from the artist knowns as Boohle. A joyful by-product of this Yanos-heavy era, Boohle’s music also trades in Afro-soul, Afro-house and gospel. In November 2021, she won best amapiano newcomer and best amapiano female vocalist at the South African Amapiano Awards and she’s ready to make her imprint on the rest of the continent during her time on the Titans stage.
She’ll be performing her latest smash, ‘Hamba Wena’, alongside collaborator Deep London, a viral dance smash. Deep London recently relocated from the Eastern Cape and found almost immediate success with a slight shift from deep house to amapiano. We’re pretty sure he’ll excel in any genre and he certainly belongs on that Big Brother Titans platform.
Finally, a legend from the west: The Kokomaster D’banj. Singer, rapper, founder of the Mo’ Hits label, he was at the vanguard of the Afrobeats movement early in the new millennium, and scooped up various awards on the way, including honours from MTV and BET. In 2012, he crushed charts with the inescapable single ‘Oliver Twist’, a UK Top 10 hit and a massive hit across the continent.
These giant superstars are just the start of our Titans’ glitter and glam – stay tuned fam!