WINKY D gave a sterling performance at New Life Nite Club where he shared the stage with Tryson Chimbetu on Friday evening.
Report by Entertainment Reporters
The dancehall artiste, who came on stage around midnight, presented a well-choreographed set that seemed to be a reaffirmation of why he is regarded as one of the best local performers.
His Vigilance Band went through their paces with so much precision while the “Ninja President” exhibited immense energy on set.
The crowd, which mainly consisted of youths as is the norm with dancehall artistes, could not help but sing along throughout the show.
Songs Musarove Bigman, Sando Dzangu, and Swaga Muchando were among the crowd’s favourite.
Tryson, who performed first, did not disappoint. His duet with superstar Oliver Mtukudzi was one of the favourites for the crowd who seemed to have been charmed by Tuku’s Midas touch.
Other songs from his playlist that left the revellers spell-bound include Ndondo, Bhora Mberi and Mombe as well as hits by his late uncle Simon Chimbetu.
Speaking on the sidelines of the show, Chimbetu said he was humbled by the way Zimbabweans were appreciating his new offering.
“People are calling endorsing Compass and as we speak, scores of promoters are requesting for shows which is encouraging,” he said.
Tryson added that he would take advantage of such shows to encourage the youth to work in assisting the vulnerable.
Also speaking at the same occasion, Fidelis Ngove, proprietor of the venue, said he was happy with the young artistes’ showing.
“We are happy to bring the two musicians together and the crowds appear to have loved the combination,” said Ngove.