Cape Town, you’ve done well


Pharrell Williams is one of the coolest dudes around. His new album, G I R L has been playing not stop on my iPad and in the car since its release and I absolutely love it. Some of my favourite tracks include Marilyn Monroe, “Brand New”, a song that features Justin Timberlake. Hunter is another one of those typical tracks you’d expect from Pharrell and it works and then you have the song, “Know Who You Are” with Alicia Keys that I absolutely adore. Apparently the two are in studio make more magic in studio for Alicia’s next record. Cannot wait! So it’s definitely an album you should own if you like some funky, fun and of course Happy music 😉

Speaking of Happy, Pharrell is making people Happy with that track. It’s an Oscar-nominated song that has clocked up over 180 million views on YouTube alone. The City of Cape Town is one of the world’s best tourist destinations and their efforts to make the city one of the most loved in the world continues with their version of Pharrell’s hit song. Check it out below. You will love it!!!

Accident at Linkin Park, CT: Statements from Linkin Park, Big Concerts

This is awful news to wake up to. Apparently an adverting billboard collapsed at the Cape Town leg of the Linkin Park tour to SA. The incident injured several and unfortunately one fan died as a result of her injuries 😦 Below are statements from both Linkin Park and Big Concerts:

“Following a performance tonight at Cape Town Stadium, we were advised that several people were injured as a result of the collapse of an advertising tower erected by Lucozade in the parking area outside the venue.

We wish to express our deep sadness and concern for those injured and our heartfelt condolences to the family of the fan who died as a result of her injuries.

Though we have had no relationship with the sponsor or the entity responsible for erecting the structure, we take the safety of our fans very seriously and our thoughts are with all of those who were affected by this tragedy. ” Linkin Park.

“Following the regrettable incident at Cape Town Stadium this evening,  Big Concerts would like to express our deepest sympathies and condolences to the injured persons and in particular the family of the fan who tragically passed away from injuries sustained when an advertising tower collapsed outside the stadium from gusting gale force winds. We would like to thank the City of Cape Town, the South African Police Services, and all the medics, doctors, and disaster risk personnel for their swift and professional response to this accident.”