Unprecedented times have led us into changing our livelihood but what remains clear is music, which keeps uniting, connecting and spreading messages of hope and encouragement across the world; Pulse samples some of the concerts that ushered us into the month of May.
A moment with met
Historically, the first Monday in the month of May marks the biggest night in the world of fashion, as far as red carpet events are concerned. This year, however, the annual Met Gala was streamed live on YouTube due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The annual themed event whose proceeds traditionally benefit the less fortunate has been a success throughout the years.
To celebrate it, the live-streamed event on Monday saw an address from the Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour as she and others reminisced on the past years.
This year’s theme was ‘About Time: Fashion and Duration’. Celebrities who have previously graced this event include Beyoncé, Rihanna and Blake Lively who have turned heads with their gorgeous outfits, year in year out.
Koroga festival with Distruction Boyz
Yet another annual two-day outdoor show that music lovers got to enjoy from the comfort of their house. This past Saturday, music lovers got to enjoy their show all thanks to Capital Digital Media and 6 AM Entertainment. The party that kicked off at 8:30pm featured certified duo and Durban’s finest Distruction Boyz.
The show was live-streamed on social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.
Crystal Asige music video release
Crystal Asige will today host her fans to a pre-release live event ahead of a full music video release tomorrow. The former Sol Generation’s singer and songwriter wowed fans with her melodious voice in the hit song, Extravaganza. Crystal who is also a writer, producer, YouTuber and VIP ambassador live videos will be on at 8pm and midday respectively.
Crystal Asige reveals what she’s been up to since Sol Generation exit
This will be Crystal’s first musical appearance after announcing that she had part ways with Sol Generation, a group that features award-winning boy band Sauti Sol, Nviiri The Storyteller as well as Kaskazini.
International jazz day global concert
The annual international Jazz Day global concert was for the first time held online yesterday featuring A-list artistes including Marcus Miller and Lang Lang.
The concert, which was scheduled to take place in Cape Town, South Africa, featured performances and recorded messages from artistes in the comfort of their homes. The live concert also gave highlights from the previous eight successful concerts that have so far taken place.
Grammy award-winner Marcus Miller said that music has the ability to unite, connect and inspire people with hope in these crazy times.