Watch! Oskido Spending Quality Time With His Kalawa Jazzmee Gang Is Goals – Kalawa Jazmee celebrated 25 years of shaping South Africa’s youth culture and unearthing 67 celebrated music careers.
The record label’s standing is not only grounded in assisting the youth and structure of the local music industry. They are the backdrop of the country’s transition to democracy.
Oskido took to social media to share visuals of his Jazzmee gang eating a different kind of “scobho,” fish with no cutlery needed, using hands. You have to love the “OS’s”
With my #kalawajazmee gang gang 💯
Believe in your dreams like you life depends on it. This reminds me of old days when we were young eating Skop, except now one of us owns this establishment with a different kind of Skop. #DarumaByOskido#IBelieve 🥗🥗🥗
Fun fact : its rich in omega 3 and super delicious too🤤
To commemorate this monumental feat, the iconic music producers have a bumper packed programme that is spread out over a couple of months. This will comprise of a release of a Kalawa Jazmee’s 25 Years Celebration album, the label’s artists headlining the 2019 DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival. A Television documentary titled The Story of Kalawa Jazmee and a Tribute to Kalawa Jazmee Live Festival, planned to cap off 2019.
Established Trompies Jazmee records, co-owned by Mahoota and Spikiri, had a massive brawl with Kalawa records, owned by Oskido in partnership with Don Laka and DJ Christos Katsaitis, over who owned a hit song that took South Africa by storm.