. . . sungura musicians bullish ahead of battle of music clash
SUNGURA musician Peter Moyo is bullish ahead of their match against dancehall musicians calling Zim Dancehall Musicians ‘Bronco’ (BronCleer) Boys.
BronCleer is a cough mixture often abused by youths to get drunk.
In a video posted on social media in the presence of King Shaddy, the Sungura Musicians’ chief striker said Dancehall Musicians had no proper sense of dressing as compared to Sungura musicians.
Sungura Musicians meet Dancehall Musicians in a football match at Dzivaresekwa Stadium on April 6 in a match where Print Journalists and Electronic Journalists will lock horns in a curtain raiser.
Dubbed “Fill Up DZ Stadium – Bhora Nemagitare”, the after match party will see 60 musicians taking to the stage entertaining fans. The 60 musicians taking part have been referred to as 60 Magate.
“Zim Dancehall musician are bronco boys. Come and witness the sungura team beating dancehall musicians.
“The dancehall musicians also do not have a sense of proper dressing.
“We are the team and people should come and witness our football wizardry,” said Peter Moyo.
King Shaddy, taking from Dancehall dances said they were better equipped to beat Sungura team.
“The way we dance are the ‘leg-overs’ and this shows how good we are at football,” said King Shaddy.
Part of the proceeds of the show will be donated to charity.
Sungura team features Jah Prayzah, Baba Charles Charamba, Baba Harare, Somandla Ndebele, Tatenda Pinjisi of the Saina hit song, Madzibaba Nicholas Zakaria, Progress Chipfumo, Victor Kunonga, and Garry Tight.
Also aimed to strengthen the team will be Sandra Ndebele, Baba Machanic Manyeruke, Fungisai and Mathias Mhere who will add gospel touch led by Baba Charamba.
The Dancehall team includes Soul Jah Love, Freeman Killer T, King Shaddy, Enzo Ishall, Judgement Yard, Shinsoman, Seh Calaz and Hwindi Prezident among others.
Patson Chimbodza of Chipaz Promotions is behind the charity show.