Northcliff’s Dada does it again on radio

Northcliff's Don Dada is taking over the airwaves.

Northcliff’s Don Dada has been climbing up the South African hip-hop ladder one step at a time.

Dada, born Menelik Gibbons, has been going from strength to strength after releasing his debut album, Avant Garde, and later receiving the honour of singing an official Nelson Mandela Day song titled, Viva Mandela.

READ: Don Dada releases Viva Mandela 

After a flurry of interviews on popular radio stations, Dada took hands with 1912 Online Radio and has his own two hour hip-hop show.

Dada Fridays take place on every Friday at 6pm to 8pm starting on the first Friday of September.

The show was launched to draw youth to 1912 by adding a new genre to the station.

1912 has also played a role in Dada’s Viva Mandela single after the station assisted him in producing the song’s official music video shot in Port Elizabeth and Soweto.

 

According to the station, other than hip-hop, the show will feature beat boxing and DJ culture. They say it will be used as a platform for upcoming artists and young entrepreneurs within the hip-hop culture.

“I am really excited about the work we will be delivering together with the purpose of providing value through raising the visibility of African talent and providing industry insights that will positively change lives,” Dada said.

Details: 1912OnlineRadio.co.za

ALSO READ: The Don releases his first album 

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Roxy de Villiers
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