Liberty Dube Entertainment Correspondent
INIMITABLE bassist Alick Macheso and prolific Zim dancehall artiste Freeman have promised to put up scintillating performances when they perform at Mandel Nite Club in Watsomba tonight.
Tonight’s show is the second gig pitting high-profile artistes after the sold-out Jah Prayzah-Jah Signal gig held last month. Show organiser and venue owner Lovemore Mandimutsira said patrons will pay $80 while VIPs will part with $200. All forms of payment such as cash, EcoCsh and swipe will be available
Speaking through his manager, Stern “Minnox” Chizanga, Freeman said: “This will be our first time performing in Watsomba and we are very excited. People should expect a top- drawer performance. It will be a show to remember. We will do our best. We also feel privileged to share the stage with a respected musician Macheso. Shows that we have done together have been mouthwatering.”
Macheso’s manager, Tich Makahamadze, said: “Fans should look forward to a lot of surprises. We are ready for the gig. Fans will have a feel of songs carried on our forthcoming album. We are always full of surprises and we urge people to come in numbers and enjoy the night.”
Freeman, real name Slyvester Chizanga, is currently basking in the sun with the new album “Gango” which has danceable tracks such as “Miridzo”, “Musiye”, “One munhu” and “Ngoma iyo”.
Macheso is expected to pick from his rich discography such as “Mundikumbuke”, “Shedia”, “Zvakanaka Zvakadaro”, “Sarah”, “Madhuwe”, “Tafadzwa” as well as songs from his last album, “Tsoka Dzerwendo”, notably “Gungwa”, “Kurarama Inyasha” and “Mude-mude.”