BRINIOR Creative Academy dancer, Munyaradzi “Coachmuless” Gatsi, says he is ready to showcase his skills at Joeboy’s show pencilled for Borrowdale Race Course on April 17.
The Nigerian star will share the stage with Jah Prayzah, King 98, Takura and a host of local DJs.
With all the attention on the internationally-acclaimed Joeboy, local acts have vowed to steal the show.
And, one of the acts of the day is Coachmuless. “I have been working with local musicians like Jah Prayzah, R. Peels and King 98 but now, with Joeboy’s band, I am honestly excited.
“I am an Afro dancer and I started dancing at Elysium Choreography for weddings in Harare and now I am like ‘mama I made it’.
“I am a dedicated dancer and a good dancer always rehearses so, even if I am asked to dance now, I can safely say I am more than ready.
“I do my rehearsals almost every day but Tuesdays and Thursdays and Fridays are set for that only,” he said.
Coachmuless is one of the several dancers who have been consistent over the years.
The only challenge with Zimbabwean choreography is lack of opportunities to shine.
With music promoters embracing dancers more, as is the case right now, Coachmules sees a bright future ahead.
Joeboy, who is expected in the country next week, is a hard working star.
Born Joseph Akinwale Akinfenwa-Donus 23 years ago, the talented performer and songwriter, is popular for such songs as Alcohol, Beginning, Show Me and Baby.
He is one of the finest entertainers to emerge from Nigeria after the likes of Davido, Patoranking, Burna Boy and Wizkid.