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Music lovers are in for a treat tonight as music superstar Oliver Mtukudzi, Suluman Chimbetu, Soul Jah Love and Peter Moyo perform at Mucheke Stadium in Masvingo.

A lot is expected at the show as the musicians have promised a memorable gig.

Usually when musicians record a duet that gains popularity their fans clamour to see them performing on stage.

That is the case when these four musicians meet tonight for the big show in Masvingo since Sulu has collaborated with both Mtukudzi and Soul Jah Love in the studio for songs “Kwedu” “Idah Nhoro” and “Nyuchi”.

Mtukudzi manager Sam Mataure said they last performed in Masvingo early this year and when they come back tonight they will be giving their best.

“It is long since we performed in Masvingo and it will be a big day as we are sharing stage with seasoned musicians,” he said.

Mtukudzi is expected to join Sulu on stage for their two duets “Idah Nhoro” and “Kwedu”.

Joe Nyamungoma, Sulu’s manager said it was an honour to have such a big event in Masvingo saying fans should look forward to a complete package.

“We have collaborations with the two musicians Mtukudzi and Soul Jah Love and for us to perform at such big events it is a great honour,” he said.

Sulu who is basking in glory following the breakthrough of his album “Gunship” will be unveiling new guitarists and dancers to his fans following a shakeup in his band.

As if that is not enough “Young Igwe” who is currently in studio working on a new album is expected to give his best on the show.

His manager Sukol Dube said that was their opportunity to show what they have to their fans.

“Studio work is currently underway and this is a chance for our fans in Masvingo to listen to the new music,” he said. Soul Jah Love will be representing Zimdancehall on the show with his songs that has become anthems in most public places.

Songs like “Kuponda Nhamo”, “Ndini Uya Uya” and “Kurara Hope” are likely to thrill fans at the show.

Event organisers said they have set everything for the show that is likely to attract thousands of people.

“Everything is now in place as we have set everything and the contracts with artistes are already done. We are happy that a lot of people have already shown their interest in the gig,” he said.

Source : The Herald

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