Bkay and Kaz reunion concert tonight

HARARE - Afro-pop singers Seiraj Khan (Bkay) and Farhaan Khan (Kazz), better known as Bkay and Kaz, will perform as a single act tonight at the Book Café for the first time in two years.

The United Kingdom-based brothers, who have been pursuing solo careers since 2012, will share the stage with former CBZ A-Academy winner Jonah Sithole and BaShupi.

Kazz has promised a wonderful reunion concert.

“I have been performing without my brother since 2012 when we did our last big show in the United Kingdom,” the talented singer said.

“We are very excited to hit the music scene in our home country. We will be performing hits like Ndikati Hello, You know it’s right, Amina Kadeya and Seven wonders.”

The affable musician will also be in another reunion with Bashupi who was part of the Bkay and Kaz set up before the Ndikati Hello singers relocated to the UK.

“It is really great to have another opportunity to share the stage with great musicians like Bashupi and Jonah Sithole,” he said. Kazz, also known as “Mr Boomslang,” revealed that he has got a hot new single featuring the internationally-revered Rozalla Miller called Shaking Through The Night.

“We have a new single with my brother to be released by the end of this month. The name of the single is She Is Worth It (Shaka Zulu mix),” Kazz said.

After tonight’s show, Kazz said the party would continue tomorrow in their home town, Masvingo where the Afro-pop duo will hold another reunion concert.

Apart from the concerts, Kazz said the main reason he returned to Zimbabwe was to help produce international quality videos for local musicians.

“I have just finished shooting a video with a Bulawayo group called Bulawayo Nights, comprising Cooper Man, Mfundisi and Bob Skinnah. The next one will be a video for BaShupi’s song Mapena,” he said

“I am currently in talks with various artists to collaborate on video shoots.”

While in the UK, Bkay and Kaz did collaborations with Sonni Balli from Ghana, JJC from Nigeria, and the Zimbabwean trio of Rozalla Miller, Jusa Dementor and Jonah Sithole.

They also got an opportunity to share the stage with top acts like Ne-Yo, Omarion, Sisqo, and Jamaican reggae fusion artiste Wayne Wonder.

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