Jamaican stars to rock Zim


HARARE – Two Jamaican reggae stars Kingly T and Wild Life will perform in Harare on October 12 as part a concert organised by Mutare-based Winners Splash Promotions.

The all-night bash dubbed “More Love Reggae Bash”, to be held in Nelson Mandela Hall at the Harare Exhibition Park; will also feature Azania Band, a reggae group from Cape Town, South Africa and several local performers who include King Shaddy, Guspy Warrior, Mannex, Ricky Fire, and Transit Crew, Kudah Chiwamira and Jah Warria.

Kingly T, whose real name is Titus Whittle, is expected to set the reggae bash alive with his infectious brand of roots to conscious reggae. With a lot of experience on the international stage, the Jamaican artiste, who is now based in the United States of America, has the ability to win new fans in Zimbabwe.

Kingly T’s current album Live the Life’ has been getting airplay all over USA, Europe, South America, and other African countries.

The song Eastward Bound, off the same album, led some USA radio charts for eight weeks a feat which made the star artiste of the month for July and August this year on Shyrick Radio based in St Louis Missouri, USA.

As soon as the reggae star was invited to play in Zimbabwe, he gave away two tracks for free to African people.

Eastward Bound and More Love are downloadable for free on his Reverbnation site ttp://www.reverbnation.com/kinglyt.

George “Wild Life” Scott, the other Jamaican “More Love Reggae Bash” performer, is a prolific dancehall artiste who is also known as the “Voice of Thunda”.

His most popular song to date is the 2011 hit Old Corolla which is still making waves in Jamaica. The Kingston-based artiste is popular for his energetic performances.

Wild Life’s animated stage act at the Marcus Garvey Festival on August 17 this year won him many new fans.

August 17 at the Marcus Garvey Festival was described as stellar performance and he applauded the fans.

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