Dendera music flag-bearer, Sulumani Chimbetu and award-winning Zimdancehall star Soul Jah Love take their music to Chitungwiza for an Easter treat at Tanza Centre on Good Friday.
By Our Staff
The two will share the stage with another Zimdancehall sensation Ricky Fire.
Sulu, who is riding high with his latest single, Macamarada, has never set his foot wrong when it comes to live performances. He is likely to play two other songs — Zororo and Open Your Heart — from his Just Singles release.
However, it is his late father Simon’s music that has kept Dendera music alive and Sulu will be compelled to take fans down memory lane with tracks such as Ndarangarira Gamba, Marirangwe, Kunjere Kunjere and Mwana Wedangwe.
His publicist Joe Nyamungoma said Sulu would give his best on Good Friday.
“We expect people to come to the Tanza Centre on Good Friday. Sulu will do his best to give his fans an exciting Easter holiday,” he said.
Zimdancehall stars Soul Jah Love and Chitungwiza based Ricky Fire will also woo crowds in what looks like a Dendera/Zimdancehall clash.
Ricky Fire, famed for his song Ndiratidze Zvaunoita, is the host and is expected to give a vintage act.
Tanza Centre manager Richard Chibvongodze said all was in place to host the “big Easter gig”.
“We have upped our game after hosting Jah Prayzah and fans should expect efficient service from us. We have guarded car parking and a spacious dancing area,” Chibvongodze said.