Rapper Unkle Krack is set to go on a nationwide tour in April 2022. Dubbed ‘In The Kasi Tour’, the event is expected to hit the districts of the Mountain Kingdom giving them a taste of his sound in person.
In an interview with Newsday Arts this week, the rapper said this tour is aimed at opening up engagements with fans and promoters.
“’In The Kasi Tour’ is an event that will see me performing in a number of districts across Lesotho in order to engage with the promoters as well as the fans in those areas,” said Unkle Krack, adding that as depicted by the name, the initiative is meant to reach beyond just the towns in each of the districts but touch the very neighbourhoods.
The tour is expected to take place every weekend of April, however, no clear indication of the venues to be performed has been availed “…as we are still in the process of confirming such venues”.
The ‘Ak’u Ikhantše’ hit-maker revealed that he will tag along Dj N.elo and comedian Skaftin as well as other local artists in the different districts for the tour.
Unkle Krack broke into the music scene in 2017 with the release of his 15-track debut album titled Changes. Since then he has been on an upward growth with a number of hit singles under his name.
In June 2020 he dropped a five-track EP in collaboration with DJ and Producer Venushka titled Friday 22:31. He promised his fans across the country very lit performances.
The rapper stated that the goal of the tour is to break bearers and go where the people are, where many artists hardly go. He said this tour is mainly to connect with the fans.