MULTI AWARD-winning South African house musician Mkhonzeni Langa, better known as Professor, is set to perform in Harare and Bulawayo tonight and tomorrow respectively.
Dubbed Pre-Independence party, tonight’s show will take place at Circus Night Club at Strathaven shopping centre in the capital
In an interview with NewsDay, one of the organisers Chuckie Ayisa said the artiste would stage back-to-back shows with the country’s top Disc Jockeys.
“Professor will stage featuring Zim’s finest DJs such as Dee Nosh, L-Roy, Chuckie, Golden Handz, Meltdown, Swagg Bakers, MC Kharizma and DJ Whyte,” he said.
“The show will start at 7pm and will run till late. This will be the second time we are bringing him to Zimbabwe.”
Popular for songs such as Lento, Jezebel, Finger Prints, Imoto and Jiimapi, among others, the musician comes adorned with several international awards, among them several Metro FM awards and MTN South Africa Music Awards.
Ayisa invited music lovers to come and celebrate Independence in style.
“We are pleased to announce that Professor is excited to come and perform in Harare. We are proud to host him at Circus International as we continue to give fans high-profile acts. We urge fans to feel free and celebrate our Independence in style. It’s going to be fireworks all the way,” he said.
The Bulawayo show takes place at Jock & Saddle Bar.
Show organiser, Babongile Sikhonjwa, told NewsDay yesterday that all was set for the show.
“The show is part of Independence Day celebrations,” said Sikhonjwa.
“Professor will be live on stage and he will deliver all his hits and new songs.”
Sikhonjwa, who has organised many successful concerts before, said Bulawayo-based upcoming musicians P.O.Y, VIPs as well as Kasi Princess would kick off proceedings during the event that will be held in the evening.
“Local DJs, Kananjo, Slamma, Ndebele Rockstar, Bongs, Keazy and Dodo will also be entertaining the crowd,” he said.
“Gates open at 6pm. Kwaito and house music lovers should come and watch Professor who is undoubtedly one of the hottest acts in the music industry at the moment,” he said.