Kalado jets in on Thursday

HARARE - Organisers of Jamaica deejay Kalado’s Make Me Feel Zimbabwe Tour say everything is now in place for this weekend’s show.

Kalado is expected to jet into the country this Thursday, two days before his show at Belgravia Sports Club in the capital.

“We have a few days left till the show and all preparations are in order,” Don Calo of Digital One International, the show’s organisers told the Daily News yesterday.

“Kalado is set to arrive at the Harare International Airport on Thursday 11th September at 12:20pm.”

Gate charges for the show have been pegged at $20 for the VIP section of venue while tickets for the rest of the venue will be going for $5.

Local artistes billed to share the stage with the Make Me Feel singer are Winky D, Dadza D and Kinnah, who will all be backed by live bands.

Digital One International have also lined up a number of activities for the Jamaican deejay at various night spots in the capital.

“Kalado's welcome party will be hosted by Platinum Entertainment at Beer Engine Jameson Hotel,” said Don Calo.

“On the same night the show hosts Digital One International Sound will perform alongside leading local deejays AshStyles, Nivek, MaddUnit Family, and Judgement Yard.

“Fans will get a chance to have pictures taken with Kalado at the welcome party.

“Kalado will also make appearances at other clubs in Harare while he is in the country.

“He will make an appearance at the Grain Lounge in Newlands on Friday September 12 at a function hosted by Dj DeeNosh where patrons can get a chance to have an up-close and personal meet and greet with the Jamaican.”

Kalado, born Eton Gordon in 1984 in Kingston, has been one of the rising dancehall stars on the Jamaican and global dancehall scenes in recent years since catching the eye of producer Scatta Burrell during the 2008 edition of the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall television show.

The young Kalado soon caught the attention of dancehall legend Bounty Killer who invited him three years ago to become a member of Alliance Next Generation (ANG)-his select group of rising dancehall artistes.

Kalado’s fortunes on the dancehall scene have flourished under the wings of Bounty Killer.

His  increasing repertoire includes hits like Good Good, Body Nuh Dead, Make Me Feel, Sad Streets, Pree Money, Pay Dem No Mind, Bad Inna Bed and Take A Ride.

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