HARARE - Mabhanditi singer Seh Calaz held two well-attended concerts over the weekend that attracted hordes of youthful revellers.
The controversial Zimdancehall chanter, who of late has been on the receiving end of several diss tracks from Ricky Fire, first performed at Dallas Night Club in Glen View before taking his Mabhanditi clan to Club Super Label where an even bigger crowd turned up.
Unlike most Zimdancehall concerts where several artistes share the stage, Seh Calaz was a lone ranger at the two well-attended weekend shows.
The Munamato Wangu singer performed songs off his latest album Bandit Rebirth which earned him two gongs at the recent Zimdancehall Awards. He also performed other favourites like Mumota Murikubvira, Handikendenge and Hatipisike.
Seh Calaz’s publicist and advisor George Damson told the Daily News that the shows proved his charge’s popularity.
“Fans like him because he gives them value for their money when it comes to live performances. The guy works hard and does not go to a show to prove anything other than to give music fans value for what they pay for,” he said.
Damson, who has been handling Seh Calaz’s business affairs since Godfrey “Vokal’’ Bakasa was fired, added that attacks from fellow Zimdancehall artistes will not derail him.
“Attempts to attack him by over a dozen artistes have not had any negative effect, if anything it is causing him to be even more popular,” he said.