Fishman, Bantu and Komesho bring the house down

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Night to remember… Musician Fishman hanging out with fans after the All Black Party on Saturday.

Windhoek

The All Black Party hosted at Pub 7 on Saturday night saw Namibian superstars Fishman, Bantu and Komesho thrilling the ever-partying Namibian society.

The event that attracted almost 200 party freaks was one heck of a show that will linger in people’s minds for quite a while. With artists giving a taste of their new music in style, revelers were treated to once in a lifetime entertainment that took place in Ombili location in Katutura, Windhoek.

The crowd included people in the music and entertainment industry, local celebrities, radio personalities and beautiful girls who all came to party in droves, looking as elegant as ever.

Dress code was pure black, but folks defied it and showed up in other colours. Selfies were taken and folks engaged in loud banter as the DJ kept them on their feet with wild mixes.

People were dancing, eyes thrust to the stage, drinks nestled in their hands as they waited for the musicians to step on stage.

It was not long before Fishman was called up and when Fishman wildly jumped on stage, the whole crowd literally held its breath as he cruised in and unwrapped his music catalogue with the popular hit song Monica.

The audience sang along, word by word, dancing and dubbing everyone in almost arms’ length. They did so for the rest of his performance.

Bantu also did not disappoint when he performed his hit songs Taamba and Special Woman and brought the house down. With his dancers, he teased the audience with his seductive dances and, here, girls screamed themselves almost to death.

At around 02h00 Komesho closed down the show by showing off his dazzling performances, performing songs Came to party and Make you happy.

 

 

 

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