Urban Grooves singer Roki and American Hip Hop artist J. Cole set to change the game and then some!

J Cole
American rapper J. Cole will lead the entertainment line tommorow, 6 May 2011 as he performs in Africa for the very first time bumbing pads with the "Chidzoka" hit maker, Rockford "Roki" Josphats at Big Brother season seven launch party, taking place in Johannesburg.

There is a war in Somalia, Mali; people are fighting in Sudan and it sometimes feels like the whole of Africa
is at war but a game-show will, on Sunday, bring people from different African countries together---Big Brother Africa Season Seven that is. The show, which is arguably the most popular television brand in Africa, will premiere to viewers in 47 African countries. The Coca-Cola-sponsored show will bring viewers more drama, action and entertainment this year with twists and turns galore in the new season, according to the organisers. There will, as usual, be a lot of boozy partying, heated arguments, bikinis and bare flesh as cameras follow housemates 24/7 for 98 days but this year’s Big Brother is promising a little more sizzling scenes. "Roki" Josphats will represent Zimbabwe in the Big Brother Africa Stargame Season 7 amongst a star studded cast.
Mungwadzi Godwin

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