Cassper con­firms Byo-Jo’burg-Harare gigs

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment - Bon­gani Ndlovu Show­biz Cor­re­spon­dent

CASSPER Ny­ovest has as­sured Zim­bab­wean fans that he will make his two shows in the coun­try al­though re­ports sug­gest that he has one ma­jor show in South Africa over the week­end.

The SA based artist is billed to per­form at the Large City Hall Car Park in Bu­l­awayo to­mor­row and on Satur­day he will head­line the Im­pala Car Ren­tal 10th an­niver­sary cel­e­bra­tions at the Glamis Arena in Harare. The two shows are be­ing or­gan­ised by Chipaz Pro­mo­tions

Ac­cord­ing to SA me­dia re­ports, the Doc She­beleza hit maker will per­form at Ma­jor League Gar­dens in Jo­han­nes­burg on Satur­day.

His man­ager Ler­ato “T-Lee”Moiloa said: “All is 100 per­cent un­der con­trol; Cassper is ex­cited by his Zim­babwe trip as it’s been a while since he came through so there should be no wor­ries at all.”

Cassper’s man­ager could how­ever not clar­ify how Cassper will shut­tle be­tween Bu­l­awayo, Jo­han­nes­burg and Harare to ful­fil his shows.

Or­gan­iser of the Chipaz shows said ev­ery­thing was un­der con­trol as Cassper will ar­rive in the coun­try on Fri­day.

“Cassper will fly to Harare ar­riv­ing Fri­day af­ter­noon. He will then will fly to Bu­l­awayo for the show in the evening at around 5PM. He per­forms in Bu­l­awayo then flies out to South Africa on Satur­day af­ter­noon for a per­for­mance there at 4PM then flies back to Harare at 7PM for the show in the cap­i­tal,” said Chipaz.

For the Bu­l­awayo show, Chipaz said they had de­cided to start sell­ing a lim­ited num­ber of ad­vance tick­ets as from to­mor­row at Skyz Metro FM of­fices.

Cassper will be per­form­ing in Bu­l­awayo for the sec­ond time as a solo artiste with the first be­ing three years ago at Harts­field Rugby grounds.

At that time it was at the height of the xeno­pho­bic at­tacks in South Africa and as a ges­ture of unity with African artistes, Cassper fea­tured on a remix of lo­cal rap­per Cal Vin’s track Zikhuphani, which be­came a na­tional an­them.

The two will meet on stage once again, along­side Zim­dance­hall chanters Soul Jah Love and Free­man.

Cassper Ny­ovest

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