THERE will be entertainment galore at Odyssey Hotel in Kadoma today where sounds of different music genres are expected to reverberate at the 36-Hour Music concert organised by 2 Kings Entertainment.
BY WINSTONE ANTONIO
The potentially-explosive non-stop music show will be headlined by dancehall star, Winky D and highflying contemporary musician Jah Prayzah as they give music fans a Christmas Eve treat.
The Disappear and Kumbumura Mhute hitmakers will be supported at the gig by Dendera music star Douglas Chimbetu, man of the moment Tendai Dembo and wheel-spinner Garry B alongside emcee Templeman.
Winky D has proved to be a great stage performer who easily gets the crowd to sing along on many of his sing-along tunes, while Jah Prayzah has become a natural crowd-puller of note and is known for delivering energetic performances at his concerts.
Jah Prayzah, backed by his Third Generation band, will be the first performers of the day, taking to the stage at 2pm and are expected to be on stage for about two hours.
The Uzumba-bred musician will then leave the stage for the Ninja president Winky D, supported by his Vigilance Band for more entertainment before they pave way for the other acts.
In an interview with The Standard Style, the concert organiser Dee Nosh of 2 Kings Entertainment urged fans to come in their numbers, promising lots of surprises as they say they want to treat fans in a unique way.
“There is going to be serious doses of entertainment as we join friends and relatives from the diaspora who are back home for the festive season. The double header show involving Jah Prayzah and Winky is no doubt going to be explosive,” Dee Nosh said.
“Christmas holds a very special place in many people’s hearts and as 2 Kings Entertainment, we have decided to organise a unique concert for music fans who have supported us throughout the year and they should expect fireworks at that gig.”