Mu­si­cians in voter reg­is­tra­tion cam­paign

The Herald (Zimbabwe) - - Arts -

SEV­ERAL mu­si­cians will unite for a con­cert meant to boost the voter reg­is­tra­tion cam­paign this Fri­day at Hel­lenic Sports Club.

The con­cert which is run­ning un­der the theme “Reg­is­ter, Elect and En­gage” re­quires a per­son to bring his or her reg­is­tra­tion slip to get into the show.

The show will fea­ture artistes like Killer T, EX Q, Cindy, San­dra Nde­bele, Trevor D, Sanii Makhal­ima, Boom Berto and Gary Tight among other mu­si­cians.

Misred and Comic Pas­tor will spice the event as MCs.

Killer T and EX Q have a song “Nhema”, tipped to be the most pop­u­lar song of the event as it is mak­ing waves.

They will share the stage for the song while Sandy is set to bring her ex­cit­ing en­ergy to the show to prove that she still has the stage zeal that she has been show­cas­ing over the past weeks since she re­turned from a break.

Killer T through his man­ager Kudzai Bis­ton said they were ready to be part of the show.

“It is al­ways ex­cit­ing to share the stage with Ex-Q as he has been on top of his game. This is a con­cert that will ob­vi­ously see many mu­sic lovers be­ing thrilled,” he said.

The young chanter has been im­prov­ing on live per­for­mances.

“This one is a spe­cial af­ter­noon show that re­quires us to per­fect our act. There are also few new songs that will be played on the same af­ter­noon,” he said.

Other mu­si­cians like Makhal­ima, Boom Berto and Gary are ex­pected to bring their dif­fer­ent styles to en­sure va­ri­ety at the event.

All the mu­si­cians have a lot in their bags and sev­eral songs are ex­pected to thrill the crowd.

Trevor D has for years man­aged to give the best per­for­mance and on the af­ter­noon he will be do­ing his best.

The event is or­gan­ised by the Elec­tion Re­source Cen­tre as part of their cam­paign to ed­u­cate masses on the on­go­ing Bio­met­ric Voter Reg­is­tra­tion process in the coun­try.


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