Kimberley Majange, Entertainment Reporter
AWARD-WINNING choral group, Vabati VaJehova, thrilled fans at the National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA).
The group, which was the first act to appear on stage, performed the Zimdancehall hit song Ngaibake by Freeman featuring Alick Macheso.
The group threw the crowd into delirium when they performed Ngaibake, which saw Macheso and Freeman joining in the midst of the song.
Fans could not hide their excitement and were on their feet dancing and singing along to the track.
As if that was not enough, other artistes ganged up on stage to perform to the Ngaibake track.
These were the likes of the rapper, Ti Gonzi and Ammara Brown.
It was indeed a well-choreographed act as NAMA organisers delivered in their promise.
Unlike previous editions which used to be marred by planning boobs, the 19th edition was indeed a show to remember as everything was in place.