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Soulful singer Trevor Dongo is set perform this Sunday at an “all white” themed engagement party scheduled for ZimCafe Restaurant starting at 12 noon.

Dongo who is one of the most talented singer of his generation makes his debut at the eatery where he is expected to perform before a mature crowd after the engagement. The singer gets engaged to his fiance Ashley Mawumbe. Also expected to perform at the party are Ngoni Kambarami and Mudiwa Mutandwa.

Dongo was dressed by Jan Jam Men’s Wear shop for the event.He receieved the outfit from the shop yesterday.

Though he has had a fair share of ups and downs since he shot to fame in the late 2000s, Dongo remains a force in the RampB genre.

Vocal-wise, Dongo effortlessly delivers the music to the people and there is no denying the fact that he surely knows how to rock his fans.

Those who have been following his music would attest to the fact that he is not getting enough recognition from the industry although he is talented.

After the engagement, partying continues as Huggiez Entertainment takes it up on a journey into sound mixing old and new skool stuff just the way music lovers like it.

Made up of the legendary Kudzie “Mr Kool” Marudza, Witness “Chuman” Matema, Ronald “D-Train” Chiwanza and Frankie, old skool lovers will be serenaded into the night with some cool vibes.

Mr Kool revs up the party people with his amazing delivery on the turntables. If you love soul, hip-hop and R’n’B it will be all in the mix for you at the ZimCafe Hotel.

Those who love yesteryear music will have enough dosage courtesy of Mr Kool who has been running the show on Power FM since the 1980s, with the likes of radio guru the late Josh Makawa. Mr Kool knows his music like the back of his palm. Once he takes over the turntables you are assured of a fantastic voyage into sound as Mr Kool throws down some serious party music from the 1970s, 1980s to the 1990s. Put on your dancing shoes as Mr Kool goes like: “Party party, keep on, keep on.”

But somehow things will be done differently when Chuman, D-Train and Frankie take turns to spin the hits. It will be non-stop music as Chuman blazes it up with rare grooves. He enjoys taking it nice and easy on the decks but slamming all the classics.

D-Train is in a class of his own and he is a joy to listen to. His music taste appeals to mature and trendy audience who patronise the joint. The last time D-Train turned on his style with some sing-along tunes that fans love to enjoy. Expect to hear music by Soul II Soul, Teddy Riley, Keith Sweat, R Kelly and many more from the old days.

Source : The Herald

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