King of dancehall title goes to Mbare

HARARE - Mbare was crowned King of Dancehall ghetto at a colourful event graced by Jamaican international artiste Sheldon “Turbulence” Campbell held at City Sports Centre in the capital on Friday.

The event featured scores of dancehall artistes drawn from more than 20 ghettos who took turns to entertain the packed City Sports Centre.

After the dancehall artistes from Harare, Bindura, Chitungwiza, Kwekwe and Gweru had participated in the colourful event, the Mbare team comprising Seh Calaz, Kinnah and Bounty Lisa was adjudged to be the winners.

The dancehall fiesta featured Lady Squanda, Angel P, Fire Empress and Spiderman who all added colour and flavour to the occasion.

The dancehall competition of the ghettoes was a dress rehearsal for the main performances by Guspy Warrior and visiting Jamaican reggae star Turbulence.

Guspy Warrior kept revellers busy on the dance floor as he belted out hit after hit including 31 October and Seunononga.

The dance floor became even more frenetic when Turbulence took over the reins.

Dressed in a red shirt and a Rasta turban, Turbulence gave an energetic act that left fans calling for more.

In his first ever performance in Zimbabwe, the Jamaican star churned a number of his popular songs including Real Warrior. What a high-energy concert it was!

After performing in Harare Turbulence went to Kwekwe where he performed at King Solomons backed by upcoming dancehall artistes from the Midlands Province.

Turbulence is set to perform in Mutare at Pick n Save on December 13 before rocking the Aquatic Complex in Chitungwiza the following day.

 

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