The Sunday News
Peter Matika, Senior Life Reporter
MILITARY Touch Movement (MTM) boss, multi-award winning artiste, Jah Prayzah is billed for an explosive show dubbed “Dance Bulawayo” at the end of the month.
This would be his first performance in Bulawayo since the launch of his powerhouse record label, which so far boasts big names in their own right such as Andy Muridzo, Ex-Q, Tahle WeDzinza and Nutty O to mention a few.
The show, which is being hosted by NAMA award winning entertainment promotion agency 2 Kings Entertainment, will be held at the City Hall Car Park on 31 March.
Other artistes scheduled to perform at the show include, Boom Berto, Templeman, DJ Tajamuka, Gary B, Djembe Monks and a various assortment of DJs on the decks.
“This will be an explosive show and a must attend. As always we want to give fans the best and this is just the tip of the iceberg,” said Terminator Makoni of 2 Kings Entertainment.
He said the show will begin at 6pm sharp and urged those interested in attending to gear up for an exciting all night show.
2 Kings has been on an extensive entertainment promotion drive for the past two years and already begun the year on a high note, as they are hosting the ongoing Gaffa Tour.
Makoni said tickets for the show was pegged at $5 and will also be accepting EcoCash while Point of Sale (POS) machines will also be used.
Military Touch is a movement that is spearheaded by the dreams of artistes who are passionately working to get their music produced and impact listener on new level.