Crazy Ghetto DJz set for Easter homecoming


Former Bulawayo disc jockey Walter Kudakwashe Ncube, aka DJ Sweeto, is set for an Easter homecoming show on Saturday at a local night club with his Harare-based Crazy Ghetto DJz outfit.

Crazy Ghetto DJz

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DJ Sweeto, who relocated to Harare in 2011, will perform with his outfit at an Easter special gig dedicated to Bulawayo at Club Forty-40.

Dj Sweeto used to spin the discs at Hustlers.

Crazy Ghetto Djz outfit includes Dj Sweeto and Lazzie Munetsi akak DJ Ohmz who is known for doing shows with Zimbabwe dancehall artistes Urban grooves, Shinsoman and Nox.

Sibanengi Ndebele, aka DJ Mzoe, who is the entertainment manager at Cub Forty-40, confirmed the show to the Southern Eye Lifestyle yesterday.

“We are bringing Crazy Ghetto DJz to the city because we want to surprise our fans and it’s been long we last heard from these DJs. I am sure that will be a very special gift to the people in Bulawayo. This time, we will have our ‘boys’ perform their homecoming as an Easter special at Club Forty-40,” he said.

Local artistes and disc jockeys will also showcase their talent on the day and DJ Ash T, Ally Touch, Fritz and Humble Kid will also back up Crazy Ghetto DJz.

DJ Mzoe said they will give away free beer, T-shirts, caps to their customers and Tripple ice will get a chance to launch their cider.

In an interview DJ Sweeto said they were coming home to spend quality time with loved ones during Easter.

He said Crazy Ghetto DJz include DJ Ohmz and DJ Sweeto and they host gigs in different parts of the country.

“We host gigs in different parts of the country and we do music like Zim dancehall, Zim hip-hop and DJ battles. This time Crazy Ghetto DJz will be in Bulawayo with something different.

“We will also launch a new cider, Tripple Ice on the day and lots off games. Tripple ice ciders and T-shirts will be given away to our fans,” he said.

“We promise to rock Bulawayo this Easter since it’s been long we spun the decks at home and we play all music genrés. We will introduce Zim hip-hop, dancehall and house this Easter,” he added.