Turbulence to grace Sir Calaz birthday

HARARE - Jamaican reggae and dancehall artiste Turbulence whose last tour of Zimbabwe in April was a big flop, is returning to the country on October 14 to grace Seh Calaz’s birthday bash to be held at Mbare Netball Complex.

Turbulence confirmed his return to Zimbabwe through a video posted on social media.

‘Let’s talk about Seh Calaz’s birthday bash . . . Stoddart, Netball Complex. I am gonna be partying with ghetto people. I am a friend there . . . so I have to be there at his party,” Turbulence said.

It is not surprising that Seh Calaz has invited Turbulence to grace his birthday bash. The two collaborated on the hit Mumota Murikubvira.

Turbulence’s last and second visit, which also featured fellow Jamaican artiste Mega Banton and Ghanaian artiste Episode, failed to live up to expectations.

The Jamaican star’s three-concert tour of Zimbabwe, which took him to Harare, Bulawayo and Kwekwe, was jointly organised by RedFox Family International and Pacific Storm in conjunction with Yard 1Promote from Jamaica.

Turbulence will probably be better remembered for his maiden tour four years ago organised by Red Rose Entertainment.

One of the standout moments of Turbulence’s first tour of Zimbabwe was when the Jamaican star caused commotion in Mbare after making an unexpected visit to Harare’s oldest suburb.

Turbulence had just finished presenting awards at a local radio station to winners of the King of the Dancehall clash which had taken place at City Sports Centre, when he escaped the attention of music promoter Barbara “Mai Red Rose” Chikosi and sped into Mbare.

The Jamaican star, who was allegedly looking for “weed,” told the Daily News then that he wanted to “have a feel of the ghetto. I got what I wanted there.”

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