Word N Sound Series 2: Episode 2 _ Mutle, Love Glori & Dikson (ZIM/UK)

Word N Sound Series 2
Episode 2 Feat Mutle Mothibe, Love Glori & Dikson Slamajamjar (Zim/UK)
+ The Word N Sound Open Mic Poetry League
3 March 2012 | R40 | Emonti On Bree – Corner Quinn & Bree Street Newtown_ JHB
The second episode of Season 2 is on the cards and as usual a great line up is guaranteed.

Word N Sound Open Mic Poetry League
The poetry league kicked off with much excitement and the usual upsets. Some new names have made it into the current top 5, while Nova Masango picked up where she left off in 2011 by grabbing the 1st Queen of the Mic title for the year. Will she successfully defend her number 1 spot? Check the current league standings on https://wordnsound.wordpress.com/2012-poetry-league/

Mutle Mothibe
Mutle Mothibe is a Word N Sound 2011 Top 10 finalist whose imprint on the South African poetry scene cannot be missed. His mixture of sensuality, surrealism and mythology has left a soothing vibration in the ears of many spoken word enthusiasts. He has also become famous for his one-man productions which fuse music, choreography, poetry and hint of Marshall arts. His showcase at Word N Sound promises to be a memorable one.

Dikson Slamajamjar
Dikson is a ferocious young poet whose metaphors cut like box-cutters through all the bullshit we’ve become used to. His message, let there be love. His fashion sense, dubious – Teeth Records (UK)
Dikson was born in Zimbabwe and moved to the UK in 2000, he got into slam poetry in Brighton whilst at university. Dikson has been on a European tour performing in the UK and at the World Wide Words and My World Images festivals in Denmark.

Love Glori
Love Glori is female soul duo from urban Johannesburg. The name LOVEGLORI is simply a combination and translation of their names, LERATO: a Tswana name meaning LOVE, and NOZUKO: a Xhosa name meaning GLORY. Together, these remarkable young women possess a mutual and spiritual love for music. The root of their passion for music and life is their love for God, their families and fellow beings. They draw inspiration from their individual experiences and the people and environment around them. This is then transformed into a fusion of soul, jazz and an element yet to be named.

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