GWANDA — Tshibilika music star, Chase Skuza sent his fans into a frenzy on Saturday evening when he featured as the guest artist at the Chibuku Road to Fame Matabeleland South provincial finals.
The show was held at Manzamnyama Beer Garden, the same venue for the finals that were won by Ntalale-based Motor Super Sounds Band.
Skuza came on stage soon after the upcoming musicians were done with their performance and went on to demonstrate why he is rated highly in his tshibilika genre.
He plays the guitar and provides the vocals for his eight- member band. The songs never seem to end, for the whole idea behind tshibilika is to get people dancing and that they managed to do.
Revellers took turns to go on the stage and showcase what they are capable of doing. Skuza’s two dancers themselves were a marvel to watch. They came up with some very energetic and at times acrobatic dances to complement the music. Their fans responded by clapping and at times shouting for more at the top of their voices.
The excitement reached a crescendo when Skuza belted out the hit song Banolila a number done by his late brother, Solomon.
His fans sang along to the song that is still a hit today.
He also performed Go Your Own Way and Highlanders much to the joy of his followers.
In the Road to Fame competition Tangapasi from Plumtree came second while the third place went to The Reasons Super Challengers who hail from asbestos mining area, Colleen Bawn. The day provided entertainment to an appreciative audience in the town where such shows are few and far between.