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By Nokwanda Sibandze | 2018-07-12

Definitely coming, The Muffinz have confirmed that they will perform at The Place Acoustic Music Show on July 28.

Their month-long touring project, The Muffinz on the Road To: Where You Are, includes live gigs and music workshops.

The Muffinz have unleashed their mysteriously beautiful world of eclectic soul to the South African public and they are set for world domination.

Speaking to one of the group members Keke, the group’s drummer, he said they were excited about the show.

 “We love Eswatini and the people from the kingdom, it is always amusing to see their reaction and expressions every time we perform for them, hence we can’t wait to being our ‘Where You are’ Tour with them,”  he said.

The music of the Muffinz is so new, yet so soulful, so accessible, so honest and so innocent, that it appeals to all age groups, races, classes and sexes.


The five young musicians make a refreshing change from the usual run of the mill rappers and house DJs, who are currently dominating the popular music scene, in that they play real instruments, added to that is all five musicians are great singers in their different genres of expertise.

With five SAMA nominations under their belts and two full length albums, Jozi-hailing eclectic jazz outfit, The Muffinz, dropped their latest single, ‘Where You Are’ early this year and their tour is coming to Eswatini.

The Muffins  will be sharing the stage with Tindzaba Temdzabu and Tribe New along with Gcobani and Black Rhino.

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