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Major League DJz is a South African hip-hop/kwaito music band comprising of the twin siblings Bandile and Banele Mbere. The pair has reformed kwaito music into the cutting-edge metropolitan culture of music. The band's prevalence unmistakably shows that they merit following and paying attention to, and they are likewise the Mzansi diversion stars.
The twin siblings conceived Bandile and Banele Mbere were relied upon to perform at Palm Estate in Borrowdale, Harare in a show named 'The City Shutdown'.
South African music pair, Major League Djz the previous evening's show in Harare became a mess after cops shut down the occasion. Fans who had forked out US$20 to go to 'The City Shutdown' mobbed the coordinator, Dj Rimo's vehicle requesting discounts.
Major League composed on their Twitter page: "Zimbabwe we are placed in obscurity, actually as are you. We attempting to find the reason why they have closed down the entire show and what's the arrangement going ahead. We will give an update as soon as we discover more.
The twins are relied upon to feature another show today, Sunday in Bulawayo at the Smokehouse in Hillside with rapper, Asaph driving the line-up.
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