Music fiesta set for Glamis

All roads will lead to the Glamis Arena next Friday when Zimbabwe’s top musicians clash in a potentially explosive entertainment fiesta.

Alick Macheso
Alick Macheso

The promoter, Patson “Chipaz” Chimboza said it had been a long time since the stars of the show had performed jointly.

Topping the bill will be Alick Macheso, one of the country’s best sungura Musicians, who has dominated the airwaves with his chart-topping album Zvinoda Kutendwa, which features Tafadzwa Nyarara and Nguva Yekutenda.

Oliver Mtukudzi will feature his new-look Black Spirits band and will take this opportunity to convince the audience that his decision to fire his previous band members has not had a negative impact on his performance.

Critics say Tuku’s performance has taken a nose dive, as the new players are still battling to match their predecessors.

Tongai Moyo, who has been struggling with cancer, aims to prove to the audience that illness will not deter him from being recognized as one of the best sungura artists in the country.

Not to be outdone, Dendera music heir, Sulumani Chimbetu is expected to take his acts to another level through his and his late father Simon’s music.

Dancehall music sensation Winky D, famous for his new music genre called Ninja will rock the younger generation with his popular vibes.

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