EENHANA – Following his recent success in bringing some notable DJs from Msansi and Jozi such as Oskido, Heavy K and Uhuru to Namibia, DJ December, as he is affectionately known in the South African and Namibian music circles, will headline an independence bash at Kin Lounge in Windhoek tonight.
Zimbabwean-born Brandon Tichaona Chamunorwa is promising to bring Kin Lounge down with both dancehall beats and as he will battle it with local DJs. Running under the theme, Zim Night with Judgment Yard, the independence bash is promising to honour both Namibians and Zimbabweans for making it for the Namibian independence hence the bash on independence eve. Judgment Yard, perform dancehall, a dancing style with its roots in Jamaica and this music has now penetrated the world, mostly youths across the African continent. “Dancehall music is now back with a bang as we have staged shows and bashes in big countries like England, South Africa and Canada where dancehall as a music genre has a huge following. I am only urging the Windhoek fans to come and witness the best dancehall DJs and MCs in action. Our shows are obviously characterised by high energy levels and fans and they should brave for the entertaining night come this week Friday,” promises DJ December.
Established some five years ago, Judgment Yard Sound has since established a history by introducing and taking dancehall music to high levels. The five member group consists of the dancehall god-fathers, Young “Irandu” Kudita, two MCs, Etherton Mutema and Abisha “Asha B” Zenda as well as other two DJs Tendai “Flavah” Tembo and Tafadzwa “2 bad” Nyanungo. All are based in Zimbabwe and from where they flow in flying in on Wednesday via Hosea Kutako International Airport.
DJ Flavah who was extremely excited with the Time Out’s telephonic interview last Monday, explains that he will be the happiest DJ in the land to have performed at the independence bash in Namibia.
“Whist we have performed in most of parts of the world, like l told you we will never disappoint our Namibian fans during the independence celebrations at Kin Lounge. We have always wanted to have a gig in Namibia, and we are now in cloud nine because the gig has been approved. The show is dubbed Zim Night but also happening for both Namibians and Zimbabweans because we are here to celebrate Namibian independence,” DJ Flavah says.
He is thrilled to be coming to Namibia to mix and mingle with fans who have always supported his works. “Expect fireworks when DJ Flavah comes to invade Windhoek and it has always been a pleasure meeting great DJs like Chinchilla and DJ Abonito as it gives me the passion to do my level best,” says Flavah. Namibian finest DJs, DJ Chinchilla and KFC DJs backed by DJ Abonito will also spin the decks tonight.