Shinso shines at The Lounge’s 5th an­niver­sary

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment - Nqo­bile Tshili Chron­i­cle Correspondent

THE Lounge Pub on Satur­day cel­e­brated its fifth an­niver­sary in the en­ter­tain­ment busi­ness with a thrilling per­for­mance from Shin­so­man who launched his lat­est al­bum Mandigonera.

The cel­e­bra­tions kicked off with in-house DJs en­ter­tain­ing pa­trons. Nor­mally the joint charges $3 door en­trance but on Satur­day the charges were in­creased to $5. Rev­ellers were how­ever, not short-changed as Baba De­vante, as Shinso is af­fec­tion­ately known, kept the crowd on their feet.

The size­able crowd danced to his mu­sic with oth­ers singing along to his pop­u­lar tracks such as Handik­endenge, Mawaya Waya and Ndaku­penga. The dance floor proved to be small as the club’s bounc­ers were kept busy try­ing to keep the fans from dis­turb­ing Shin­so­man on stage. As promised, Shinso gave away free CDs to lucky rev­ellers while un­veil­ing the new of­fer­ing.

Be­fore his per­for­mance, pa­trons were en­ter­tained by DJs Slamma, J-Za, Mar­cus An­dro, Keezy and Kananjo who showed their prow­ess on the decks. Although the DJs were ver­sa­tile, some pa­trons pleaded with them to play songs off man of the mo­ment – Jah Prayzah’s new al­bum.

As a re­sult, the DJs took time to in­ter­act with rev­ellers and in­tro­duced a danc­ing com­pe­ti­tion where win­ners walked away with T-shirts en­graved with the Pub’s cel­e­bra­tion mes­sage.

Only fe­males took part in the danc­ing com­pe­ti­tion as males de­clined to take to the stage. While rev­ellers were vis­i­bly en­joy­ing, the pub’s own­ers popped cham­pagne and cut a cake to mark the fifth an­niver­sary com­mem­o­ra­tions — @nqot­shili.

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