#FridayStandIn Chris Vick surprises listeners with jazz, hiphop and Babes Wodumo
Spindoctor and media strategist Chris Vick brought his love for the music to the Redi Tlhabi show, surprising listeners with hiphop, igcom and jazz.
On his music list, he had Fine and mellow of Billie Holiday and Nas's Made you look, and much more.
And listeners could not believe it.
Check our Facebook gallery below for Highlights in pictures from the show. Vick was all cool, calm and collected.
As one would expect, Vick also talked politics with the chairperson of Economic Freedom Fighters, Dali Mpofu, looking at the future of the EFF and South Africa, as well post elections decisions made by the party.
To end it off, Vick dropped Babes Wodumo's Wololo, and Twitter went crazy.
This article first appeared on 702 : #FridayStandIn Chris Vick surprises listeners with jazz, hiphop and Babes Wodumo
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