KENYAN reggae ensemble Black Supremacy Sounds is expected in the country on April 16 for five shows slated for the Easter holidays in Harare and Kwekwe.
Made up of a group of DJs, Black Supremacy will be performing as part of Red Fox Family Sound’s fourth-year anniversary celebrations.
Red Fox proprietor Robert Zhuwao confirmed the visit and said Black Supremacy Sounds would stage five shows.
“The party starts at Red Fox Hotel on April 17 before the tour visits Londoners the following day. The next venue will be King Solomon’s Night Club in Kwekwe on April 19 and they wrap up the programme on April 20 at our new joint Red Fox Je-Taime Night Club, Glen Norah A in the capital,” said Zhuwao.
“Black Supremacy Sounds has the knowledge, technological capacity and experience that fans should brace for good shows.”
Zhuwao said they opened an additional Red Fox Club in the ghetto as part of the anniversary celebrations.
“At the official opening of our new joint Red Fox Je-Taime Night Club, Black Supremacy will be supported by Red Fox Sound with guest performances by dancehall chanter Soul Jah Love, Jiggaz and Guspy Warrior,” Zhuwao said.
Red Fox Hotel, popularly known by reggae and dancehall enthusiasts as Kumarasta, has played host to Jamaican artistes among them Elephant Man, Beenie Man, Capleton and Sizzla among others when they toured the country.
Black Supremacy Sounds will perform for the fourth time in the country.
The Kenyan group was founded a decade ago by DJ Simple Simon and the outfit has grown to be one of the most popular DJs group in dancehall and reggae music in East and Central Africa.