Music fans in Russia should brace themselves! South-Africa’s Dangerous Romantic Afrikaans Rapper, Jack Parow, is taking his unique brand of kiefness to Moscow next week. Mother Russia is never going to be the same.
Parow is the headlining act at the official opening party of the Puma Social Club in Gorky Park on the 19th of July. And he can’t wait to get on the airplane. Parow has said “Yes, blêrrie amped to be going to Russia! I’ve never been there and I’m ready for some extreme vodka drinking! Nostrovia!!”.
The Puma Social Club at Gorky Park is a unique space in terms of architecture and content. If its sport that you’re into or art and design, it combines both into one fun space. The Puma Social Club has a lounge, gallery, skate-pool, mini-velodrome and a parkour-zone co-created with people who love the sport and style to become the alternative meeting place of Moscow’s after hour athletes.
The club is excited to have South African Rapper Jack Parow as their headlining act at the opening of the Puma Social Club in Moscow for the first time ever. They’re expecting Jack Parow to bring the real Zef there. For more info about the Puma Social Club in Moscow, check out http://www.pumagorkypark.com/.
Jack Parow’s acclaimed sophomore album, Eksie Ou, delivered the hits Hosh Tokolosh and Hard Partytjie Hou featuring Francois van Coke. Hosh Tokolosh was the first Afrikaans song to reach number 1 on 5FM’s Top 40. Hard Partytjie Hou is the current single from the album and is making its way up the charts.
Jack Parow’s first self-titled album achieved Platinum status in album sales and the second album has achieved Gold status so far. Because all this success, Parow also became a dad a month or so ago. His girlfriend Jenna Pietersen recently gave birth to their child.
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