SOUTH Africa’s award-winning Afro-pop music group, Mafikizolo, are expected in the country next week, a day before their potentially explosive Sendekera, Come Let’s Dance concert set for April 28 at the Harare International Conference Centre.
The award-winning Mafikizolo duo of Theo Kgosinkwe and Nhlanhla Nciza will be performing for their Zimbabweans fans as part of their 20-year music journey celebrations.
Dee Nosh said fans can purchase the advance tickets pegged at $10 for ordinary and $20 for VIP at all Coloursel furniture shops, Sopranos in Avondale and SM Distributors located at number 74 George Silundika Avenue in Harare.
AWARD winning video producer Vusumuzi “Blaqs” Hlatshwayo continues to carve out a name for himself with the continuous release of blockbuster videos.
His most recent release is Military Touch Movement artistes – ExQ and Nutty O’s Let’s Talk About It which was uploaded on YouTube last week and is already being played on acclaimed international music channel – Trace Africa. As of yesterday, the high quality video shot at an up-market club – Pablo’s VIP in Harare had close to 30 000 views on YouTube.
Blaqs who had taken a self-imposed hiatus from producing videos bounced back with the release of that video. It is the second he has produced for ExQ after the highly successful Bhachura featuring Ammara, which is also being heavily rotated on Trace.
VETERAN musician and music producer Clive “Mono” Mukundu has put his 29-year long music experience into a book titled Following the Melody set to be launched on April 27 at the Zimbabwe College of Music in Harare.
Mukundu said the book, his debut, is a chronological collection of his memoirs, from the time he started his music career to date.
RENOWNED Jamaican dancehall star, Sheldon Campbell, popularly known as Turbulence, and compatriot, Mega Banton alongside Ghana’s music star, Episode, will tomorrow headline the Three Cities One Unity Reggae Tour set for Golden Mile Motel in Kwekwe.
Turbulence makes a return to Zimbabwe after four years, having staged his maiden performance in the country in 2013.
The One Unity Reggae Tour, that will also feature local acts among them Andy Muridzo, is being organised by Red Fox Entertainment in conjunction with Pacific Storm.
After the opening show, the following day they take their acts to Bulawayo, with a performance at BAC Leisure Centre, before rounding up the tour in Harare at Glamis Arena on Independence Day Eve.
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