FORMER Chibuku Road to Fame winners Club Shanga are on a sensational comeback onto the scene after a long sabbatical.
Report by Silence Charumbira
The Marondera group performed alongside Jah Prayzah on Friday at Jazz 105, leaving revellers spellbound. From the African drum to the energetic dances, the youngsters gave a thrilling performance complemented by Farai Baramasimbe’s versatile lead vocals.
Their short discography was complemented by various medleys that kept the audience entertained. Their combination with Jah Prayzah seemed to work well with the gangly musician spicing up the occasion.
Despite the poor sound, the musician got to the stage to a rapturous start signalling the climax of the event. It was his latest recording Tsviriyo that had the revellers dancing the night away while some watched the mesmerising dance routines.
The dances, which in some instances appeared be jumbled, were well rehearsed with the army drills winning it all.
From the title track Tsviriyo’s booming bass lines to the deep Shona phrases, his was a brilliant set that had the fans going.
Club Shanga continued with their mission on Saturday with a show at the reopened Chitubu Beerhall now under the name Chitubu Junction where they had another good day in the office.
Elsewhere on Saturday, Zoey Norleen Sifelani enjoyed attention at Takura Junction in Kambuzuma.
The raunchy dancer has been on a “ghetto-conquering campaign” and appears to be enjoying her experiences at Takura Junction.