By Sindiso Dube
In a rare show, events company Big Scale Entertainment will next Saturday host seasoned radio disc jockeys in a show dubbed The Battle of the Station Masters (BOSM) at Queens Sports Club.
The show, which will be an all-inclusive, as it caters for the family and those who want to have fun at night will be headlined by South African singer and dancer Nokwazi of Kalawa Jazmee Records.
The radio wheelspinners, who will take to the turntables include Witness Matema of Classic 263, Judgement Yard of ZiFM Stereo, Emity Smooth of Power FM, Kudzi Marudza and Lionel Mkandla of Radio Zimbabwe, Sakheleni Nxumalo of Khulumani FM, among many more.
Big Scale Entertainment spokesperson Langton Msonda said the event is all about engagement involving DJs and their listeners.
“The event will start from 11am and ends the following morning, making it an all-inclusive event,” Msonda said.
“People can bring their families, including kids in the afternoon and have a nice time . As the event builds into the night our main act Nokwazi will rock the stage.”
Msonda said they were planning to hold the BOSM event annually in December.
Included in the programme is the battle of the club DJs where the winner would walk away with prize money and be incorporated into the night event where they will battle it out with the heavyweights.
“We are taking a position in the entertainment business as Big Scale Entertainment to bring world-class entertainment in the country,” Msonda said.
“The BOSM will cater for all age groups, people will meet their favourite DJs off air, live and face to face, we will have a full bar and catering, food stores will be available with all classes of food from reputable food stores.
“It’s a day not to be missed if one wants to date back in history and transform into the current music craze.”
Nokwazi is well-known for her contributions in hits like Maphorisa and Kabza De Small Vula Vala, Inde with Heavy K, Sweetie with Heavy K.