Posted by Ticketstroom – 3 May 2017

Saratoga Village hosted their second annual bash, the BLVCKOUT 2.0 at Doornfontein, Johannesburg. The event had a special guest performance from Okmalumkoolkat and Gemini Major.

Saratoga keeps on increasing the flame, last year BLVCKOUT 1.0 hosted Major League DJz, DJ Sbu and DJ Somebody. The sponsors had ensured that BLVCKOUT went smoothly, Saratoga thanks “Within Things Enterainment”, “Native Ape Productions” and “Aimages” for partnering with them.

The beautiful ladies came out in numbers.

The beautiful ladies came out in numbers.

DJ Papa G opened the stage with a melodically house music which warmed up the crowd which was followed by singing word for word. On the set, Daxton followed the latter then Jimmy Wiz played his set before the battle of the DJ’s competition commenced. On the battle, 7 contestants had to face off for the prize, Deep Sijadu opened the battle and to close it off was DJ Anza who did justice to it.

From the special guest appearance, Okmalumkoolkat started to grace the stage with his swanky style, he brought everyone together and danced to the crowd. He performed his latest song, “GQI” from his recent album “Mlazi Milano” everyone sang word for word. The Gqi hitmaker thanked the crowd for supporting his music and to performance on such a prestigious night after we had just celebrated Freedom Day country wide.

The new age Shabba Rankz, Gemini Major.

The new age Shabba Rankz, Gemini Major.

During the interim for the second guest, BLVCKOUT 2.0 had Hip Hop hour performers including local dancers and rappers. Gemini Major brought Yanga on stage as a surprise guest. Yanga performed “Lifestyle” followed by “Hennessey and “Ragga Ragga” with Gemini before they started to snap chat and send off their gratitude to the fans.

Click Here to view the Saratoga BLVCKOUT 2.0 video

BLVCKOUT accommodated both Hip Hop and House fans, make it an exception not to miss 3.0. Follow Ticketstroom on Twitter and Facebook to keep track of events around your city.

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