Killer T courts Sulu…

Musicians set for massive Victoria Falls gig

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Tawanda Marwizi

Dancehall musician Kelvin Kusikwenyu popularly known as Killer T has released a singles collection titled “Hope Dzeumambo” which could be the next hit in the music industry.

The musician, who is one of the few artistes to release songs this December, seeks to usher merrymakers and fun loving Zimbabweans into 2020 with new songs.

Some of the songs on the singles are “Zvinorema”,  “Wakatuka”, “Nesuwo”, “Handimude”, “Wandisiya Ndega”, “Dairai”, “Chii Chanetsa”,  “Zvinoita pa Summer”, “Hope Dzeumambo”, “Hazvigone”, “Ndosara Nani” and “Kufamba Ndichienda” just to mention a few.

He featured Suluman Chimbetu in one of the songs “Mukaranga” and Terry Africa on “Daimandiyamura”.

Killer T is one of the few dancehall artistes who has been consistent in releasing songs and doing live performances.

His manager Kudzai Biston told The Anchor in an interview that the latest release was a Christmas present for Killer T’s fans.

“These songs have been in our gallery for some time and we were waiting for the right time to unleash them.  To us, music is business and we treat it as such,” he said.

Biston said it was good that Killer T had some songs that feature musicians from other genres.

Killer T and Sulu are part of the Victoria Falls Shutdown gig that will be held at Chinotimba Stadium on December 28.

The two are expected to promote their duet at the show that is likely to attract several tourists who will be waiting for the annual Victoria Falls Carnival.

Meanwhile, show promoter Paul Shambare applauded the duet by Killer T and Sulu ahead of the gig.

Other musicians expected to participate at the same gig are Hwindi President, Kinna, MC Abisha Palmer and DJ 2Bad and several other local musicians.

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