SA Rapper Jerome Rex To Host His First Streaming Concert Early Next Year.

Jerome Rex presents Locally Produced!

Celebrated South African rapper, Jerome Rex, brings you his first streaming concert this summer and fans should not miss this much-anticipated musical extravaganza.

Locally Produced is a celebration of everyone who supports Jerome’s music – if you want to hear it, he’ll play it!

Rex, who won the 2019 Ghoema award for Beste Hip Hop Album, is excited to bring his first ever online concert event.

“Since COVID-19 hit the globe very hard earlier this year, particularly for all musicians and entertainers, it is important for us to keep the music industry alive by putting on events such as this. 2020 has taught me to revolutionize my creativity and to offer something unique to music fans across the board,” he shares.

The show is supported by Grandmaster DJ Ready D as well as a 5-piece live band – DJ Eazy on decks, Bradrock on drums, Eddy Strings on guitar, Robin Thompson on bass guitar and Micabyte on keys.

For Rex, he urges all music lovers to support local talent right now.

Locally Produced is an offering to kick-start 2021 with the right calibre of musicians, artists and creatives to remind us all to let the music play on – no matter how tough times are for us in the music industry.”

This fabulous show experience is being brought right to you in the comfort of your homes. The virtual LIVE show takes place on Friday 15 January 2021 at 7pm, so get your Quicket tickets NOW for R80.

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For more info about Jerome Rex and his projects, please visit his website.


Jerome fuses classical Motown sounds with neo-soul and rap to create a sound that reflects the cultural melting pot that is Cape Town.
Notable achievements include the 2019 Ghoema award for Beste Hip Hop Album for his album, Al Jerome. He also boasts 2 previous Ghoema award nominations for Beste Afrikaanse Hip Hop Liedjie Van Die Jaar 2017 and 2019. Jerome has had multiple singles charting on Good Hope FM’s Hip Hop Top 30, with 2 of them peaking at No.1.

These and other singles also charted on local radio stations Bush Radio and CCFM, and continue to enjoy airplay on community radio stations around the Western Cape.

A career highlight was performing at the Oppikoppi festival alongside his childhood hero DJ Ready as part of a Brasse Vannie Kaap tribute. Other notable festival appearances include Suidoosterfees and KKNK, where the production he was involved in (Rymklets van Oos tot Wes) won a Kanna award for best musical production.

He also appeared in Die Riel Van Hip Hop, another theatre production that earned a Fiesta award for best musical production.