DBN Gogo is a multi-talented young woman who has swept through the South African music scene. She is a musician, music producer, and professional DJ who is best known for hosting Channel O’s Lockdown House Party.
Focalistic is the stage name of Lethabo Sebetso, a South African rapper. Sebetso was born and raised in Ga-Rankuwa, Pretoria, and played football before deciding to pursue a career as a rapper. Sebetso released his debut studio album, Sgubhu Ses Excellent, in 2013.
DJ Mandisa “DBN Gogo” Radebe and Lethabo “Focalistic” Sebetso have sparked rumors that they are dating.
“From Paris, with Love,” the couple captioned photos from their trip to Paris taken on a nighttime walk.
The Dakiwe DJ presented the 10-day global event series Ballantine’s Scotch whisky in cooperation with Boiler Room at the True Music Studios before going off on their vacation. Boohle, Lady Du, Musa Keys, Young Stunna, Kelvin Momo, Que DJ, DJ Stokie, Kyotic, Uncle Waffles, Ms Party, and Sfarzo Rtee were among the artists who performed both virtually and physically throughout eight nations, including South Africa.
Focalistic and DBN Gogo are nearly universally adored and have established themselves as two of South Africa’s most popular musicians.
On Valentine’s Day evening, the Khuza Gogo hitmaker uploaded a Twitter thread of her gifts, which included a teddy bear, sweet delicacies, Louis Vuitton, Chanel bag, and other items, with the phrase “Valentine’s Olympics.”
Another video showed her in a chamber filled with rose petals while Focalistic poured a glass of Champagne for her. “The ideal conclusion,” she wrote.