Seh Calaz in­tro­duces Con­vict Band, new al­bum

The Manica Post - - Education/entertainment - Liberty Dube En­ter­tain­ment Cor­re­spon­dent

ZIM-DANCE­HALL king­pin, Seh Calaz, who re­cently as­sem­bled a star-stud­ded band called ‘‘Mab­han­diti’’ will per­form live in Mutare this week­end since the re­lease of his hot al­bum ti­tled ‘‘Mari ya­cho Ndoita sei’’. The award-win­ning mu­si­cian will head­line to­mor­row’s (Satur­day) show at Club Man­disa with a lot of sur­prises, he said in an in­ter­view.

“We al­ways stage mem­o­rable gigs in the eastern bor­der city. We are hop­ing to have a good time with our fans there. We have a lot of sur­prises. We al­ways leave our fans clam­our­ing for more. We are happy with the re­sponse that we have been re­ceiv­ing from our fans. It’s go­ing to be fire­works,” said one mem­ber of the ‘‘Mab­han­diti’’ band man­age­ment, on be­half of the ‘‘Usamurove’’ hit­maker.

He is ex­pected to thrill fans with his lat­est songs such as, ‘‘Sadaka’’, ‘‘Changamire Ha­van­disiye ndega’’, ‘‘Zvak­ab­had­hara’’, ‘‘Ndini’’, ‘‘Dhindindi’’ fea­tur­ing Tocky Vibes, ‘‘An­di­ta­mbwe iy­oyo’’, among oth­ers which have taken Zim-dance­hall mu­sic scene by storm.

The multi-award win­ning artiste in an in­ter­view said his fans should ex­pect a unique and pol­ished per­for­mance since he would be per­form­ing with a live band.

Show or­gan­iser, Boni­face Nya­man­hindi, said it was all sys­tems go.

“We are look­ing for­ward to an ex­cit­ing week­end with one of the coun­try’s most cel­e­brated Zim dance­hall artistes,” he said.

Seh Calaz, also af­fec­tion­ately known as Boss Yala, rose to fame in 2013 with the re­lease of hit sin­gle, ‘‘Mab­han­diti’’ which rocked air­waves.

He later re­leased ‘‘Mu­mota menyu murikub­vira’’ which was also well re­ceived. He boasts of sev­eral ac­co­lades to his name as the 2013 Zim dance­hall Best vo­cal­ist award.

Seh Calaz

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