Limpopo-born music producer and songwriter, Musa Keys, is set to bring the beats back home this holiday season with his inaugural festival, “Detty December.”
The event is scheduled to take place at the iconic Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane, Limpopo, on 27 December, 2023
Fresh off a sucessful US tour and a certified gold single collaboration with Davido, Musa Keys aims to make his hometown festival the highlight of the year. The festival promises a spectacular concert featuring a carefully curated lineup, showcasing diverse musical talents and a rich cultural immersion experience.
Reflecting on his successful year, Musa Keys expressed his joy in returning home: “Having a strong family upbringing, nothing truly beats coming home for me. It feels so good to finally be back on home ground to celebrate with my entire city.”
“Honestly, Detty December is a dream come true for me. Together with my community and my amazing team, we are about to make history in Polokwane.”
As the anticipation builds for the “Detty December” festival, Musa Keys’ dedication to his roots and community shines through, making this event a landmark celebration for Limpopo.
TYLA AND MUSA KEYS NOMINATED FOR GRAMMY AWARDS
Singers Tyla and Musa Keys are riding high on their first Grammy Award nominations, announced by the Recording Academy for the 2024 Grammys, set to take place on 4 February at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.
The upcoming Grammys will introduce three new categories, including Best African Music Performance, where both Tyla and Musa Keys find themselves nominated. Tyla’s hit song “Water” and Musa Keys’ collaboration on Davido’s “Unavailable” earned them recognition alongside other notable artists.
Competing in the Best African Music Performance category are Asake and Olamide’s “Amapiano,” Burna Boy’s “City Boys,” and Ayra Starr’s “Rush.” The nominations mark a significant achievement for both Tyla and Musa Keys, adding a layer of pride to their already impressive musical journeys.