The Great Escape
Metro FM | Podcast, ±19 min episodes every 1 week, 3 days
Lunch is served on a silver platter with Amon and Pearl Modiadie, served with all the ingredients on the menu and leaves you asking for seconds and thirds. The show has a fresh injection of fabulousness in Pearl Modiadie who brings a new approach and vibe to the show with a street smart yet elegant young lady who appeals to both male and female market. With features that are set to keep the listeners engaged yet connected whether in the office, in traffic, out of school or just pure listening pleasure the show will make you listen up. Throw in some sports from new sports girl Mpho Maboi to keep all sports fans updated throughout the day and you have a lunch meal that one can’t resist. The show also offers mixes that will keep your feet tapping to the beat. Nothing more says lunch time than The Great Escape.
The Jaziel Brothers is made up of Luthando Ngcizela & Ntobeko Ngcizela. They were born in the Eastern Cape, grew up in Klerksdorp and now live in Johannesburg. The multi talented duo were born and raised in a God fearing family and started singing in church when they were 6/7years old. It is only when they got to high school that they changed to RnB, fusing it with a bit of pop. They went on to study Music Technology after high school. During their 3 years at Eastside College, Ntobeko and Luthando got to meet and work with Sy Ntuli and Bheki Khoza, winning several singing competitions and awards along the way.
Musa is from Witbank in Mpumalanga. He is the youngest of 3 sons to his parents Joseph and Kheselina. He first found out he could sing during a school concert when he was 11 years old. But for his parents, they only realized he was a singer when he was 16, because he was an athlete at school. They found out when his principal invite them to listen to him sing at school for the first time and they were blown away. After he got his matric, his father decided to support his music career. Musa studied music in school and worked at his dad’s construction business for a while. He moved to Johannesburg to pursue his music career Before idols he used to perform at corporate gigs and restaurants. Musa entered Idols in 2013 with the hope that he would get his name out there and build his career. During the competition, his father was confident he would win but his mother was not so sure. Musa released Mthande with Robbie Malinga earlier this year. Musa also has a son named Mpilo