Zim­dance­hall Fi­esta kicks off

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment - Showbiz Re­porter

ARTISTES per­form­ing at the Zim­dance­hall Fi­esta sched­uled for Gweru and Bu­l­awayo over the week­end say they are ready to dish out the best of their craft to au­di­ences out­side Harare.

The fes­ti­val, which kicks off at the Mid­lands Ho­tel in Gweru to­mor­row, will fea­ture artistes – Killer T, Seh Calaz, Soul Jah Love and Free­man.

In Bu­l­awayo, the Harare artistes will be joined by Gu­luva 7 and Mzoe 7 at a show be­ing held at the Large City Hall car park on Satur­day.

Show or­gan­is­ers said all was set for the fete where tick­ets have been pegged at stan­dard $5 and $10 for VIP.

Seh Calaz, who is also known as Bhan­diti, said: “My fans should ex­pect noth­ing but the best on both nights.”

Free­man, who is be­hind the hit Shaina, said he wanted to use the per­for­mance as an op­por­tu­nity to pro­mote his mu­sic and build a new fan base.

“In Gweru, my fan base is huge, but in Bu­l­awayo, I know that I have a lot of work to do as fans there have not been ex­posed much to my mu­sic.

“They should brace them­selves for an un­for­get­table per­for­mance be­cause I want to make a last­ing im­pres­sion,” said Free­man.

Hip hop artiste Gu­luva 7, who is be­hind hit tracks Daza to Topola and Oman­qoba, said he would sam­ple new tracks.

“I’m go­ing to sam­ple songs off Colour of my Dreams, es­pe­cially Naja, a new track that I’ve been work­ing on for some time,” he said.

Seh Calaz

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