Music lovers in for a treat this weekend

HARARE - Towering singer Jah Prayzah will today bring his band of “soldiers” to Harare’s Airport Lounge while Zora star Leonard Zhakata dates Harare’s Globetrotter.

Jah Prayzah, who was busy during the Heroes’ Day and Defence Forces’ Day holidays entertaining audiences with his music and captivating dances, is among the top performing musicians in the country at the moment.

He is among a few music acts still drawing capacity crowds regardless of the biting economy that has seen several bands struggling to attract audiences.

A spokesperson for Airport Lounge said their patrons had requested that Jah Prayzah grace their joint as he is a crowd favourite there. “Jah is known to cater for a wide and interesting mix of audiences, hence the young and old will have something to cheer about. His music is sweet and cuts across all ages.

“Our venue has the best facilities to hold a showcase of this nature and with the space we have, it is ball set.”

Zhakata, an all season singer will bring his Zora music genre to the forgotten Globetrotter nightclub which has reopened with audiences responding positively to this outdoor facility.

The diminutive singer has enough hits under his belt and charisma to pull a cracker of a performance tonight before he performs at Mega 1 Bar tomorrow.

Rising dancehall star Shinsoman has captivated youngsters who have fallen for the music genre that has become a national anthem across cities and towns in Zimbabwe.

Shinsoman will shake the roofs at Harare’s dancehall prime sport, Superlabel Night Club which happens to be among the best venues to go to when you want to experience the “dancehall mania” that has suddenly taken over dance floors. Dance enthusiasts will not be short of quality entertainment as showbiz acts; the sexy Zoey and the ever funny Apama date Harare’s City Sports Bar tomorrow, Saturday.

A sure fun-filled party, the two dancers — unique in their own ways — can rise to unexpected heights.

Zoey has proved to be the queen of local pole dancing, conquering night spots throughout the city while Apama is popular for his many funny antics.

One of Harare’s top mbira ensembles, Mawungira Enharira led by Gwenyambira Nyamasvisva will today perform at Book Cafe while veteran reggae artists, Transit Crew who have been delighting music lovers in Harare for close to three decades will tomorrow, rock audiences with “Roots Rockin Reggae!” at the same arts hub. These are old masters with new tricks!
Book Café also provides a platform for young music lovers to come out in the safety of daytime and participate in the arts in tomorrow’s Sistaz Open Mic.

Sistaz, this is your space, come claim it!

The Sistaz After-party features livewire Kessia Masona and her backing band with a blast of high-energy entertainment.

Today, Emelia Patrick brings her lightning act back to Harare’s Mistys. She has a new sound that is fresh and energetic.

Her style is RnB fusion with rock.

Tomorrow, the club presents Maisha Cool seasoned jazz, a great sundowner for the early birds which starts 5pm till 8pm while audiences are asked to bring their sexy outfits to the Little Black Dress Party with the All Star deejays from 9pm!

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