Intellectual Pantsula uses pop-up culture to take pantsula dancing to the next level.

Here is what we do. #IntellectualsPantsula

The Blue Skhaftin

– By NoLIFE

I never thought I would have to be standing outside a jazz restaurant to witness South Africa’s heritage manifest; dressed in red All-stars, red Dikies, white t-shirts, and the classic Spoti (or bucket hat if you wish) moving in a single file formation, carrying a usb speaker with bass so loud it could make the heart appear to flat line.

They set up around the corner, I moved closer to get a better perspective. To the delight of my eyes,  I was witnessing amaPantsula, intellectuals Pantsula live, in the streets, where the culture was born.

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The crew has been featured on the TV show Rhythm City

The Intellectuals Pantsulas have  performed at the Soweto Arts and Crafts Fair, Red carnival, Soweto Opening Tennis Tournament and Back to the City. They have also been featured on the television show Rhythm City. Other appearances include Skrillex’s ‘Ragga Bomb

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Pantsula Dance has grow even more better compared to the early 90s. Intellectuals Pantsula and Soweto Junction Pantsulas are always on the move. “Dancing Pantsula is my only reason for breathing” Tebza2000 said. “We are who we are and always will be Amapantsula, we dance for living and hoping that one day we shall meet a financial prosperity like other artist that we share a similar stage with” said Mandla. “Pantsula is a culture that we have inherited from our forefathers and we will pass it on to our grand children and to their grand children.” Said Tebza.

Tebza2000 left and Smindlo right. This is Pantsulas look like when they are in action. REDBULL CORNER TO CORNER TOUR Live at Diepkloof.

Tebza2000 left and Smindlo right. This is how Pantsulas look like when they are in action. REDBULL CORNER TO CORNER TOUR Live at Diepkloof.