ROCKING THE STAGE: PE star Early B at Bob’s District Six. Photo: NADINE FORD-KRITZINGER
ROCKING THE STAGE: PE star Early B at Bob’s District Six. Photo: NADINE FORD-KRITZINGER
TWO HAPPY FELLAS: Early B saam met club boss, Andy Heynes. Photo: NADINE FORD-KRITZINGER
TWO HAPPY FELLAS: Early B saam met club boss, Andy Heynes. Photo: NADINE FORD-KRITZINGER
ADORED: Tiffany Hall, Tasneem Sirkhotte, Early B, Terry Mitchell, Chloe Rhode at Bob’s D6. Photo: NADINE FORD-KRITZINGER
ADORED: Tiffany Hall, Tasneem Sirkhotte, Early B, Terry Mitchell, Chloe Rhode at Bob’s D6. Photo: NADINE FORD-KRITZINGER
ALWAYS POPULAR: Kaapse Jimmy Nevis. Photo: NADINE FORD-KRITZINGER
ALWAYS POPULAR: Kaapse Jimmy Nevis. Photo: NADINE FORD-KRITZINGER
FEELING THE VIBE: Early B’s smashing performance hyped up the jollers. Photo: NADINE FORD-KRITZINGER
FEELING THE VIBE: Early B’s smashing performance hyped up the jollers. Photo: NADINE FORD-KRITZINGER

The crowd went bos on Saturday night when singing sensation “Early B” rocked the stage at Bob’s District Six in town.

Saturday night saw partygoers flock to the venue to see the Afrikaans rapper perform two sets of his popular hits.

As part of Heritage Month celebrations at Bob’s District Six in Canterbury Street, Friday night also saw Cape Town superstar Jimmy Nevis performing all his hits live on stage, while Good Hope FM DJs Willy, Portia and Nova were on the decks.

Saturday’s headline act was Early B, with GHFM DJs Dr Jules, Twinzspin, Nova and The Major also on the line-up.

Early B, real name Earl Swartz, packed the dance floor and had patrons clamouring to the stage to get close to him.

The 29-year-old performed his favourite hits Ben 10 and Leka Djy, which had the ladies screaming and shaking their booties.

Megan Adamson could not get enough of his performance, saying: “Hy is lekker warm. I just had to be here tonight, I love his music. He was awesome, I will definitely go see him again.”

Another patron, Marcelle September, raved: “His song Ben 10 is the best. He is beautiful and he moves me. I follow him on Instagram and I will follow his performances.”

Speaking to the Daily Voice, the Port Elizabeth-based star said: “I’m loving Cape Town, it is like an extension of home, Port Elizabeth.”

“The people are the same, very warm, receptive and vibing. Tonight is only my second performance, but I hope to move the people of Cape Town. This venue rocks with a good vibe, I enjoyed performing here and hope to be back soon.”

Club boss, Andy Heynes, was a happy man.

“We had great performances this weekend,” he said

“The crowds flocked in and loved both Jimmy Nevis and Early B. Both singing sensations had the patrons rocking on the dance floor.”