Action-packed April beckons

KENYAN Afro-pop group Sauti Sol will be in the  country for a performance at the Unplugged Concert slated for April 20.

The group has had romance with Zimbabweans after their collaboration with Jah Prayzah on his album Chitubu on the song Somebody and this time they will showcase what they are made of live on stage.

Sauti Sol confirmed the visit on twitter with a poster of the Unplugged Concert with a caption “Zimbabwe wassup?  Tell your friends”.

A week later, Nigerian dancehall star Patoranking will also be in the country for his debut performance at the Harare International Conference Centre.
This will make April an exciting month with people guaranteed of Africa’s finest artistes.

Patoranking will share the stage with Jah Prayzah whom he also worked with on his album Chitubu on the track Follow Me.
Patoranking is arguably one of the fast-rising stars to come out of the West African country and currently trending with his duet with another star, Davido.

Davido will be coming to Zimbabwe again the following month, May, for youthful rapper King 98’s album launch.

He has performed in the country before with one of the performances featuring Jah Prayzah after their duet My Lilly.
Jah Prayzah should be credited for his collaboration with some of these stars that have all considered visiting the country for performances.

Apart from Sauti Sol from East Africa, he has worked with Tanzania’s Diamond Platnumz and Harmonize.
He also worked with Yemi Alade from Nigeria.
In southern Africa, he has worked with Mafikizolo and Botswana’s Charma Girl.



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