Afrobeats, dancehall and more - this is an October night not to be missed. Plus, you can win the chance for you and your mates to party for FREE…
Producer-artist pioneers, Team Salut are back to bring you a fun night out in October filled with great music that is a true testament to their UK fusion sounds and love for the UK scene.
Get your weekend off to a banging start by joining the South London duo at Ace Hotel on Thursday 4th October (hey, Thursday is the new Friday), where there will be a whole host of talent in the building, including: Jeremiah Asiamah, Rachael Anson and Henri.
Oh, and there are plenty of DJs to get the tunes going, such as Neptizzle, DJ Corey, DJ S Tee and co-hosts Mad J and Big Funkz - all along with Team Salut for the most popping party in East.
What more could you want for a Thursday night motive?! Well, we can think of something that would make this extra special: FREE tickets!
That’s right, you and 4 of your friends can actually win the chance to attend Team Salut’s MANGO DROP party for free and you can all have a round of drinks for free too.
Sounds good? All you have to do to enter is follow @shoobsonline on Instagram and tag your friends in the comments below the Instagram post about this event.
Bonus points if you drop a fruit emoji in the comments as well ;)
Follow us and get tagging now: Shoobsonline
More info and tickets for MANGO DROP can be found on the website here.
If you’re already getting in the mood for this event, Team Salut recently unveiled the exciting new music video for ‘Drive N Motion’, as premiered by GRM Daily.
You can watch the music video below!
Speaking about how the ‘Drive N Motion’ video came about, Team Salut say: “The video was made to reflect the mood of the song. The track is all about good times and carefree vibes, so we recreated those vibes onset for the video.
“We wanted something that was fun with colours and had lots of movement, so having dancers and a car wrapped with our TS pattern was a dope touch.
“Having the car wrapped for the video was us putting our stamp on a classic, just like we always put the ‘Salut’ stamp in our music. It’s a unique pattern and goes hand in hand with the music as an attention grabber”.
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