Winky D impresses at Beer Fest

HARARE - Ninja president, Winky D put up a splendid performance at Delta Lion Larger Beer Festival and gave P-Square a run for their money on Saturday.

The Big Man was in control at the  Glamis Arena gig.

Winky D showed the Nigerian duo that he is a force to reckon with.

The maestro who was among other local artistes out to support the Nigerian twins rocked thousands of cheering fans.  

Winky D put thearena in an ecstatic mood when he appeared on stage wearing a complete boxing suit of red and white.

During his performance he was joined by Lipsy the “first lady” of Vigilance Music who was also wearing a boxing suit in red and black.

The duo performed their track Taitirana Pafirst Sight which has become popular in the ghetto.

Winky D performed his tracks Ninja Saturday, Sando Dzangu, Wakasara, among others.

The Ninja president left the crowd yearning for more as it was time for the twins to take over the stage.

Roki was also part of local artistes who graced the event. He took the stage hostage with his hit Reply Me One Day a track that was released last year.

The crowd could not dance along Roki’s songs as eyes were glued on the maestro’s dancers who performed exotic dances with a blend of local Zora butter and Sele dances.

Chiwoniso Maraire performed her popular track Ivai Nesu of which she performed alongside Ba Shupi and continued to rock the crowd with songs Godo and Tezvara Varamba.

He performed some of the songs in English and Chinese among other languages.

Amara Brown, daughter of the late Andy Brown brought her father’s old memories when she performed Ndoita Zindoga.

After the performances of the local artists P-Square together with 11 other band members, fulfilled their promises of playing a live band as they performed Beautiful Onyinye, Chop Ma Monie among others. - Kaleen Gombera

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