Huge turnout for Zimdancehall gig

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Huge turnout for Zimdancehall gig Freeman and Boss Werras

H-Metro

Entertainment Reporter
MUSIC promoter, Samuel ‘Boss Werras’ Saungweme, says the huge turnout at the Zimdancehall show held in Glen View 1 last Friday is testimony the genre is here to stay.

The event, which marked the official opening of Werras Park at Glen View 1 shops, saw musicians like Freeman, Killer T and Seh Calaz performing before thousands of fans.

Some of the Zimdancehall artists who performed include Hwinza and Boss Pumacol while some unheralded artists also got an opportunity to showcase their talent.

Freeman

The huge turnout came at a time there has been a debate on whether the genre is still a force to reckon with on the local music landscape.

“The turnout is amazing, I would take this as a huge statement as far as Zimdancehall is concerned.

“I salute all the ghetto youths, who came to witness the launch of this new place, which I think belongs to them.”

He said they were looking forward to hosting a number of musical events at the venue.

“We are looking forward to hosting other events at this venue.

“We are giving a platform for artists to showcase their talent and, at the same time, giving people a place where they can hang out.

“It’s not only going to be a place for musical shows but also for family gatherings, we have a number of facilities here, it’s not only about entertainment.”

Boss Werras and Hwinza

Freeman, who gave a top performance, hailed Boss Werras for giving them a platform to perform before their fans, after a long lay-off, due to Covid-19.

“I want to salute Boss Werras for giving us the platform to meet our fans.

“It is also encouraging to know that we now have a place to hold shows as well,” said Freeman.

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