Winky D, Roki to rock Sting Party

HARARE - Urban grooves stars Roki and Ex Q will square up against Zimdancehall star Winky D in the Sting Campus Shutdown set for Round Table Belgravia on Friday.

Dubbed “Urban grooves meets Zimdancehall,” the gig meant for university and college students in Harare, will also feature Legendary Sounds.

The Friday concert will bring together three musicians on the top of their game. EX Q and Roki are rocking the airwaves with their duet Alleluya that was produced by Kenako Music.

Apart from topping local radio stations , Alleluya is also doing well on Zambezi Magic — the DStv channel dedicated to southern Africa — where  it has reached the number one position on several occasions.

For Ninja President Winky D, the Sting Party will be yet another platform for the Mafirakureva singer to popularise his recently-released 10-track album Gafa Life that features his scintillating duet with Shinsoman titled Survivor.

African Distillers (Afdis) marketing officer Sandile Moyo told the Daily News that the gig aims to provide relief to students in the capital city most of whom are currently tackling examinations.

“This is for all students in Harare who are possibly ‘shutting down’ and are about to write their final exams.

“We are giving them one more party before they focus solely on their studies. It is the last Sting Party for 2015.

“For students with identity cards, the entry fee will be just $2 while those without will have to fork out a dollar more. The first 100 people in will get free drinks.

“We plan to roll out the Sting parties to the rest of the nation guided of course by the calendars of the various universities,” said Moyo.

The Afdis marketing officer added that Friday’s Sting Party would be part of a series of events meant to show the nexus between the Sting brand and young dynamic drinkers.

“It is a feel good and palatable brand. The campus parties aim to bring entertainment to the students in Sting fashion. The brand has three variants namely Sting lime, Sting lemon and Sting Tropical,” she said.

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