Dendera music star Sulumani Chimbetu will tonight sample songs from his upcoming album when he performs at a show dubbed “Special Easter Eve” at Megga 1 Bar in Graniteside.
The musician and show organisers have promised a lot of surprises during the event.
“The Easter show is definitely going to be massive because for the first time we are going to introduce four songs from our upcoming album set to be released in August,” said Chimbetu’s manager, Knowledge Baighton.
“During the show we are certainly going to prove, through the performances, that Sulumani is continuing with his late father’s legacy and nothing will stop him.”
The musician is expected to unveil songs Njiva and Sean Timba, among the selected four, in addition to introducing new dances, including one titled “Shiba Shiba”.
The musician will take the gig as an opportunity to come together with his fans and thank God for leading him in his career.
“This show will be one of the biggest shows at Megga 1 this year.
“Fans are curious to hear Sulu’s new songs and inquiries about the Easter gig have been overwhelming,” said Megga 1 manager Denias Dengu.
He described Chimbetu as a talented young man who has managed to keep his father’s music alive.
Dengu said the show would run until Good Friday morning as fans celebrate Easter through music and dance.
Chimbetu has over the years become a well-respected musician and managed to contest for a place among the country’s top musicians, sharing the stage with gurus like Alick Macheso and Oliver Mtukudzi.