SELF-PROCLAIMED Zim-dancehall queen, Lady Squanda, who had gone on a sabbatical, is set to reclaim lost glory when she introduces her new projects to her fans at Legends Night Club tomorrow (Saturday).
Squanda who recently gave birth to a baby girl, Natly during Easter holidays is now back on her feet and will unleash songs from her forthcoming album, Reality due for release in August.
“I let out my thoughts and feelings through the album. Songs on the album are also inspired by my life’s experiences. All the tracks are ready and we will officially launch the project in August. It is good to be back in Mutare again. We have a lot in store for our fans there. This will be my last time performing with backtracks,” said the chanter.
Some of her latest singles which received rave reviews on local radio stations this year are Chimdara Chisina Ndebvu, Ndozvinoita Rudo, Zvimadara Zvereggae, Ndiri Warrior and Rudo Rwaunondipa among others.
She is in the process of assembling a live band and will avail it on her next gig in the eastern border city in July.
Legends Night Club proprietor and show organiser, Kelvin Ziki, confirmed the show. He pledged to bring other renowned Harare-based Zim-dancehall artistes to Mutare in near future.
The club, situated in the sprawling suburb of Chikanga, has become an entertainment hub for ghetto pleasure seekers.
Exciting entertainers who have performed at the joint include Shinsoman and Niki Minaj.
“We will continue to bring undiluted fun to our patrons. Squanda has never disappointed before and we are looking forward to hosting a successful gig,” he said.