Nox performs live tonight at beauty pageant
HARARE – Urban grooves star Nox will perform with a live band for the second time ever at the G-Tel Face of Zimbabwe (FoZ) pageant at the Harare International Conference Centre tonight.
The popular urban groover first performed using a live band when he performed as a supporting act to P Square during the Lion Lager Beerfest in October.
Nox will be backed by an eight-member band during the G-Tel Face of Zimbabwe pageant tonight.
The 29-year-old music star told the Daily News he is determined to move from digital music to live bands for good.
“I am so excited that for the second time I am going to perform using a live band, it is a huge step that I have taken as an urban grooves singer”, said the owner of the Johannesburg-based Ice n Roses music studio.
“I last performed with the band in October at the P Square gig and this time around it is going to be better as we have been practising a lot”.
Afro-pop songstress Ammara Brown, who will also perform tonight, has promised to mesmerise the audience with her well-choreographed dances.
“I am ready to give a great performance that I have exclusively prepared for the G-Tel night”.
King of Bling Stunner will be among the entertainers on the night.
“I am an entertainer so I am going to give the audience my best performance, I am sure they are going to dance along,” he said.
Ninja president Winky D, ExQ, and CJ will also perform tonight.
Twenty beauties, who include the first Miss Curvy Tanya Chikuni and Miss Global Personality Jacqueline Ngarande, will be competing for the G-Tel face of Zimbabwe title.
The winner of G-Tel Face of Zimbabwe, which is now in its second year, will represent Zimbabwe at the Miss Super National in Poland next year.
The finalists include Natasha Leigh, Lethukuthula Sibanda, Aisha Chantelle De Beer, Chiedza Mukucha, Bianca Mpopoma, Victoria Chadarikire, Yeukai Goremusandu, Sarah Eve de Ruit and Melissa Moyo.
Throughout the year the public voted online for a monthly winner with highly experienced judges moderating the process.
G-Tel Face of Zimbabwe is being held under the theme Embracing Technology in celebrating Zimbabwe’s Beauty.
The aim is to foster the role of technology in the enhancing the individuals’ beauty and that of Zimbabwe as a tourism destination.
The pageant, run by Face of Zimbabwe Trust and sponsored by G Telecoms, seeks to promote Zimbabwe on the global stage while mobilising funds for the FoZ Charity drive — ‘‘My Brother’s Keeper’’ – Kaleen Gombera and Tarisai Machakaire