SOUTH African amapiano princess, Nkosazana Daughter, can’t resist Zimbabweans’ hospitality and love.
After holding sold-out gigs this year in Beitbridge, Bulawayo and Gwanda, she has set her sights on Harare.
The 23-year-old wants to taste Harare’s hospitality and nightlife.
Famed for huge hits such as Sofa Silahlane and collaborative club banger Dali Nguwe, Nkosazana wants to conquer Harare as well.
She is billed to hold a show at Jongwe Corner Harare, courtesy of events manager Kudzaishe Matondo.
Speaking to H-Metro, Matondo told H-Metro that South African artists feel loved in Zimbabwe.
“I have hosted quite a number of them and I am always humbled by their hospitality. Each time I host a South African artist, we are guaranteed numbers.
“South African music appeals to Zimbabweans and that is the reason why you see that we are hosting quite a number of them here in Zimbabwe.
“Nkosazana Daughter is one such artist who is set to perform at Jongwe Corner on October 21.
“It is going to be epic and we do promise a night to remember,” he said.
Matondo said it was easy to convince South African stars to perform in Zimbabwe.
“It all takes professionalism and honesty to win the hearts of these artists to be able to come and perform here.
“In our case, we have a track record in showbiz, and everything is in the public domain.”
Advance tickets are already on sale at Jongwe Corner.