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    Winky D hosts GZU first year students




    BRILLIANT MUKARO

    MASVINGO
    - Ritz Club was a hive of activity on Saturday night as Great Zimbabwe University hosted Winky D in a bash to welcome first year students.
    Clad in a matching red regalia, the Gaffer as Winky D is affectionately known by his legion of fans made an impressive show that left many asking for more.
    Winky took the crowd down memory lane as he sang some of his old songs like Chidodo, ndiri rasta and location which appeared favourites among the crowd.
    The disappear hit maker proved his worth and showed the people of Masvingo that he truly is the boss in dancehall circles with his impressive performance dismissing claims by other ambitious, young and upcoming musicians  who think they are the ones who run the show.
    Thumps up to Winky's vigilance band which threw mystic rhythms and kept the sound system under control as the energetic Winky D did what he knows best. From the performance the youthful dancehall chanter made, one would see that music was really a passion and a way to put food on the table rather than a mere hobby.
    The musarova bigman singer drove the crowds mad as he sang songs off his latest release. Songs like Disappear, Gaffer i Gaffer, and auya uya left the crowd screaming in the air.
    The show was an impressive one it ran from the late hours of Saturday into the wee hours of Sunday. This was after the youthful chanter had given another impressive show at Great Zimbabwe's Mashava campus on Friday.
    Winky D who has scooped one of the most important awards in this year's edition of the NAMA awards proved that he is one of the country's music forces to reckon with. He managed to fill the Ritz Club to capacity and can be compared to some of the country's top artists like Jah Prayzar, Suluman Chimbetu and Alick Macheso.entertainment news
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