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Leo Magozz announces SA tour

For the first time musician Leo Magozz is going to South Africa for the Fire Emoji Tour supported by the multi-award-winning Afro/ZimDancehall superstar @Buffalo Souljah and Holy Ten starting in Pretoria on the 6th of May brought to you by Master Minds Records.

Leo Magozz has released several other singles, which fans and critics have all received well. His music has been described as an infectious blend of African rhythms, reggae, and dancehall, with lyrics that address social and entertainment issues.

The Fire Emoji South Africa tour is set to be Magozz’s biggest project yet. The tour will take him across South Africa, where he will perform in some of the country’s biggest cities, including Johannesburg, Durban, and Cape Town. The tour is expected to be a major success, with fans eagerly anticipating Magozz’s unique brand of music.

Magozz has said that he is excited about the tour and is looking forward to connecting with his fans in South Africa. He has promised to deliver an unforgettable performance that will showcase his talent and highlight the beauty of African music. Magozz’s fans have also expressed their excitement about the tour, with many saying that they cannot wait to see him perform live.

Source: ZimCelebs

In other news – Winky D fans threaten to stop drinking castle lager after he’s scratched from Castle Tankard lineup

Fans of dancehall star Winky D are threatening to boycott Castle Lager, the sponsor of the annual Castle Tankard horse race, after the musician was dropped from the event’s line-up without any explanation. Winky D has been a main attraction of the show for more than five years, drawing huge crowds to the Borrowdale race course. The Castle Tankard is one of the biggest horse racing events in Zimbabwe, organized by Delta Corporation.

The decision to remove Winky D from the list of performers comes after he faced harassment and intimidation from supporters of the ruling Zanu PF party, who accused him of being anti-government and inciting protests through his songs. His latest album, Eureka, was released on New Year’s Eve and contains lyrics that criticize corruption, poverty and human rights violations in the country. His concert at Damview in Chitungwiza was abruptly stopped by police officers in January. Learn More

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