Killer T returns to City Sports Bar

HARARE - Zimdancehall star Killer T will be the main performer tomorrow night when City Sports Bar in Harare hosts the recently introduced Afribbean Nights Concert.

The Mbare-bred chanter’s play list is expected to be gleaned from his latest album Bvunza Tinzwe which has suddenly picked up momentum after a slow start. Music fans have particularly warmed up to the title track which has made inroads on many local charts.

City Sports Bar manager Mathias Bangure singled out the Takazvarwa Takangodaro hit-maker for special praise.

“City Sports Bar is associated with mature music and that is the reason why we have invited Killer T because his lyrics appeal to our mature patrons,” Bangure said.

Though Killer T will probably churn out several hits from his latest album, he won’t afford to ignore his previous album Ngoma Ndaimba which dominated airwaves and parties last year and a significant part of this year.

So powerful was Ngoma Ndaimba that almost all songs on the album which include Maisafanira Kundirega, Kuvhiringa Pattern, Haupore, Takumbofarawo, Vanofanira Kutendwa, Kufamba Naro Bhora, Mundinzwewo, Kumanikidzira Rudo, Ngoma Ndaimba, Zvese Zvandairota, Vanoona Moto, Kukosha Kwechikorobho and Itai Ndione became major hits.

Interestingly, Killer T has been invited to take part in the Afribbean Night Concert which was introduced a few months as a platform for the country’s reggae artistes.

The fact that Zimbabwean reggae artistes are struggling to churn out hits has probably forced the City Sports Bar to rope in Zimdancehall stars who have a bigger following.

Reggae artistes who have featured in the event since it was introduced in August this year are Transit Crew, Hotta Fyah, House of Stone, Mannex, Jay Fari, Cello Culture, Nadine Brown, Ras Caleb, Jah Warria, Jnr Bantan, Logmith, Jah Bless, Jimmy Wailer, Wellaz; I-Watta, Nutty Rebel and Gullis Kush.

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