The rave reviews of dancehall star Freeman’s song Ngaibake featuring sungura kingpin Alick Macheso show hard work and creativity runs in their DNA.
The two entertainers are living their dreams following the hit song which has an accompanying video.
They have since formed an alliance where they are taking the song to the people and the response is overwhelming.
This Saturday they will entertain people at Surrey Braai Area where Surrey Group in conjunction with Lake Harvest will hold a braai festival.
In an interview, Macheso’s manager Tich Makahamadze said it’s one of their last shows before travelling to Australia for show.
“It’s an important show to us as it is one of the last shows before we fly for our Australia tour.
“The song has been received well with music lovers.
“We are cementing our relationship with Freeman and our fans have been asking us to hold several shows together.
“This weekend we will share the stage at Surrey Braai area,” he said.
In another interview, the dancehall doctor promised yet another five-star performance as he meets fans who are in Mashonaland Province.
“Like always we deliver the best to our fans and I am promising fireworks.
“It feels good to share the stage with veterans like mudhara Macheso.
“The song Ngaibake is winning hearts of many, irikurira and it’s an opportunity for fans to see us performing the song live,” he said.
Musician Baba Harare is expected to provide cover for the shows.
Star FM wheel spinners are expected to spin decks on the day.
The organiser of the show and also Surrey Group’s National Sales manager Ranganayi Zihumo urged people to come in their numbers for the braai festival.
“I encourage people to come in their numbers for this special gig in Mash East province.
“It’s been long since we hold such an event and everything going according to the plan.
“We are making sure that people will be safe and their vehicles too,” he said.
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Source – H-Metro