DANCEHALL music lovers are in for a treat today at Super Label as it hosts a shutdown schools dancehall fete featuring top dancehall artistes.
Report by Winstone Antonio
Rising dancehall chanters Shinsoman, Emmanuel “Guspy Warrior”, Killah T among others are set to lighten the venue with their energetic performance and free styling skills.
DJs in the form of Kaycee, Jones, Cheeky B and Thunder will be at the turntables.
The event co-ordinator Dj Ohms told NewsDay that the gig was aimed at welcoming back the ghetto youths who had just returned back from schools.
“The artistes in the line-up are riding high in the dancehall genre and I just want to urge all the ghetto youths and dancehall enthusiasts to come in numbers and support the show,” Ohms said.
Mostaff, who is steadily rising on the dancehall scene, has promised fireworks.
“I feel honoured to perform at such a gig, rubbing shoulders with famous artistes. Fans should expect the best from me as usual. I promise to give a classical performance,” he said.
Guspy Warrior, an energetic artiste, has a history of mesmerising audiences with his dances, and said he was well prepared for the show.
“I am promising a lifetime performance to my fans and to give them value for their money to prove that I am the real warrior in the dancehall genre,” Guspy Warrior said.
Guspy Warrior is currently riding high with his hit song Seunononga which is proving to be a national anthem across the country’s ghetto suburbs.
Born Romeo Antony, Shinsoman is expected to belt out some of his hit songs such as MaGhetto Yuts, Kukunakidza and Dancehall Fada, among others.
Since he broke into the limelight back in 2009, Shinso has never looked back and is maturing with each and every show.
In the past, we have seen Zimbabwean dancehall music continuing to grow judging by the number of artistes who have ventured into the genre and several Jamaican dancehall artistes like Capleton, Jah Thunder, Elephant Man, Mavado and Agent Sasco, among others, visiting the country.
Local artistes are putting up spirited performances as they have managed to hone their skills by sharing the stage with these top Jamaican acts.