Liberty Dube Entertainment Correspondent
ZIM-DANCEHALL’s hot property, Boom Beto, who is currently enjoying a roller-coaster journey in the music industry following the release of chart buster and anthemic hit Munodonhedza Musika seeks to woo new audience when he performs at Club Mandisa tomorrow (Saturday).
Away from his favourite hunting ground in Harare, Boom Beto, who entered the industry by storm, will be seeking to broaden his fan base and familiarise his unique, yet exciting brand to his fans in the eastern border city who have been longing to watch him on stage.
He will be supported by another Zim-dancehall sensation, Blot and wheel spinners, Fantan and Levels. The formidable combination will take turns to perform from 9pm till the last man drops.
Blot is famed for fine tracks such as Rufu, Woerere, Bad Kunga Peter Tosh and Chingungundengu featuring Bounty Lisa.
Boom Beto is expected to invite female fans to the stage to showcase their waist-wriggling and erotic dances when he performs the song of the moment, Munodonhedza Musika.
The song, according to its carver is an appreciation of beauty in local women.
“This is a show we are looking forward to. We are not only going to bring the songs Munodonhedza Musika and Ramba Uchiseka to our fans, but more surprises. We will dish out yet-to-be-released singles. We urge fun lovers to come in numbers and see what we are made of,” said one member of their camp, Levels.
Level, whose real name is Rodger Tafadzwa Kadzimwe has produced several hits for artistes such as Seh Calaz, Soul Jah Love, Winky D, Sniper Storm and Ras Caleb, among others.
His counterpart, Fantan, born Arnold Kamudyariwa, is also an established music producer and deejay and is expected to warm the stage for the two artistes.
Show organiser, Boniface Nyamanhindi, said resident dance group Mandisa Queens and Kings as well as Harare-based strip tease queens Pussy Cats would provide entertainment from today till Sunday.