[WATCH] Don Laka and the Soul Brothers celebrate 45 years in the music industry

Music legends Don Laka and the Soul Brothers have come together for a collaboration celebrating nearly 45 years in the music industry.

The kwai-jazz artist and Mbaqanga kings will be performing at the Pretoria State Theatre on 26 April as part of their national tour.

They joined Azania Mosaka in studio for this week's #702Unplugged.


This article first appeared on 702 : [WATCH] Don Laka and the Soul Brothers celebrate 45 years in the music industry


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