King Shaddy whips up Campus Night

HARARE – Controversial dancehall star King Shaddy put up a scintillating maiden show at Mucheke Stadium in Masvingo at the on-going Campus Night activations.

Bankrolled by beer manufacturer Delta Corporation, the artiste displayed a top-notch performance, sending fans into a delirium.

The artiste could not hide his appreciation to Delta Corporation for his maiden performance in the on-going campus nights. Hit after hit, he was heaping praises on Delta.

The Mai Huni singer left revellers in a frenzy after his grand opening top drawer performance.

Clad in white, the Highfield-based  artiste sent fans down memory lane as he unleashed his full catalogue from his maiden songs.


Fans were singing along to tracks such as Mai Huni.

“Mr Magoo”, as he is affectionately known, put up an excellent gig.

With the top-notch opening performance by King Shaddy, Winky D was next, determined to prove his credentials as the self-styled dancehall king.

As usual, the Kambuzuma artiste left Great Zimbabwe University students begging for more.

The artiste’s well-choreographed act elicited endless choruses of approval from the roaring crowd who sang along as Winky performed several songs from his latest album with the hit-song Mafirakureva.

The dancehall artiste has justified the popular support from students by delivering top-notch performances in all campus night gigs held in State universities around the country.

The atmosphere became even more electric when Winky D introducedthe popular Tendazvaitwa “Lipsy” Chitimbe as there was a near-stampede as male students tried to force their way onto the stage.

The Musarove Bigman singer proved once more that he is the favourite of the youths.

Rising dancehall artiste Shinsoman also put up a spirited perfomance.

The on-going Campus Night gigs, which have already been held in Harare, Gweru, Mutare, Chinhoyi, Bulawayo and Masvingo will soon take place in Bindura, and are a build-up to the Lion Lager Summer Festival scheduled for October which will be graced by two international stars.

Well-placed sources claim reggae stars Busy Signal and Tarrus Riley are getting a lot of votes to come to Zimbabwe for the festival.

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