Ninja president brings down Campus Nite gig

HARARE - Ninja president Winky D brought down the Mutare Hillside Golf Club, as Africa University (AU) students bused to the venue danced the night away at the Campus Nite gig bankrolled by Lion Lager.

The Ninja president jumped onto the stage, sending revellers into delirium after unleashing his hit track Musarove Bigman. 

The ongoing Campus Night gigs are a build up for the upcoming Lion Lager Summer Festival scheduled for October where the organisers, Delta Corporation, are promising classy international acts.

Clad in a red and black outfit, Winky D displayed his exuberance on stage. His energy  attracted revellers to the dance-floor. Undoubtedly, the Kambuzuma dancehall king has become a hot favourite for youths.

Male students were seen forcing their way to the stage when Winky D introduced Lipsy, who was dressed in a tight-fitting dress.

The pair put up a stunning performance that left fans begging for more. 

Sniper Storm and Stunner also put up polished acts.

Stunner, real name Desmond Chideme, shared his heartache with revellers when he spoke about his unpredictable end to his three and-half-year-old relationship with Big Brother Africa reality TV star Pokello Nare. 

The renowned rapper gave a scintillating act, calling out Pokello’s name. 

“You all know that Stunner is now single,” chanted the Tisu Mashark singer. “… didn’t expect the relationship to end but I respect her decision.

I don’t even know what came to her but I have her best interest at heart so I can’t be forcing her into stuff she doesn’t like. 

“Just as much as she has moved on, I will also move on and I have immediately found my lover that is my daughter Celeste and my music.”

Earlier, ‘Sniper’, who was the first to perform after DJs had warmed up the stage, gave a lukewarm performance. 

Clad in army regalia, the Love yemusoja singer jumped on stage but could not win the hearts of the fans. Many complained of his “routine” of not performing with a live band.

The golf club proved to be a fantastic venue for the gig.  Fans have a chance to vote for their favourite international act to come for the Lion Lager Summer Festival later this year.

So far, many votes are going for Busy Signal and Tarrus Riley.

Last year, P Square graced the Summer Festival and this year Delta organisers are promising to bring in two international acts.

Comments (1)

other varsities host big artistes i dont noe why GZU cant afford dat

Freezy MaD - 28 August 2013

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