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The Ultimate Southern African Evening of Music and Food
27 Mar 2013 at 06:51hrs | Views
LONDON - Indulge your senses in an authentic evening of South African entertainment right from the heart of London at Shaka Zulu in Camden. On Thursday 11th April, enjoy live music from one of South Africa's hottest and well-established artists LeAnne all whilst you enjoy authentic cuisine from the sunny climates of the African continent.
Multi-award winning South African artist, LeAnne, is journeying to London to perform for the first time in the Capital. In 2005, LeAnne launched debut album, Simply Luvlee in 2005 and it was the track 'Got Me Going Crazy' in particular that led her to being recognised as an a star. The song became a national radio and club anthem as well as being licensed by Universal Records in Europe and then used by Coca-Cola for their summer campaign and led her to be recognised as one of the countries greatest R&B and Soul artists.
Following this success she went on to perform as the opening act for a number of international artists including, Kanye West and Joss Stone as well as opening for Snoop Dogg, Pharell Williams and Sean Paul at the People's Concert in Cape Town. She has also won the award for the Best Female R&B Album at the Metro FM Awards in South Africa.
Shaka Zulu, one of London's most unique venues, opened its doors in August 2010 in the iconic Camden Stables Market. Since then it has rapidly established itself as one of London's most unique and versatile settings, offering a restaurant, bar, nightclub and regular live entertainment and music all under one roof.
To complete this fun filled evening of entertainment Shaka Zulu will be offering customers an incredible 50% off the a la carte menu, where you can spoil your palette by sampling some of the finest wild game including zebra, springbok and wildebeest.
So, head on down to Shaka Zulu for the Ultimate South African evening.
LeAnne at Shaka Zulu - FREE entry
Thursday 4th April
Performance from 8pm
Chalk Farm Road
Tel: 0203 376 99
Source - Byo24News