ROMEO ANTHONY, popularly known as Shinsoman, is set to serenade lovers at Club 40-Forty on Valentine’s Day.
This will be Shinsoman’s first show in Bulawayo in 2015 and the Mawayawaya hit-maker is scheduled to perform with YOZ.
Show organiser Sibanengi Ndebele, aka DJ Mzoe, told Southern Eye Lifestyle the event would be scintillating as they help lovers celebrate their affection for each other.
“It’s going to be a show-and-a-half as we always give our clients exclusive shows,” he said.
“This time it’s a Valentine’s treat for lovers and Baba Devante (Shinsoman) will bring a love atmosphere on the day. Prizes will be given to the best couple, best dressed couple and more.”
He said fans would get a chance to pose for photographs with Shinsoman and even get autographs.
He urged fans to come in their numbers saying they would not be disappointed as the top dancehall act had promised an energetic performance.
“People should come and enjoy good music from Shinso,” Ndebele said.
Shinsoman’s manager Peter Chiyangwa promised fireworks and an outstanding show.
“This will be Shinsoman’s opening show in Bulawayo for 2015 and people should expect fireworks,” he said. “We are coming on Valentine’s Day to Club 40-Forty with one of our guys YOZ. Shinso will sing new songs on the day like Batisisa which is a Valentine’s song, Makomborero, Officer and more.”
After the Bulawayo show, Shinsoman will head to South Africa before embarking on an overseas tour.
At the Club 40-Forty Valentine’s Day show, Shinsoman would be backed by local DJs Humble Kid, Mzoe, Teflon and Theo.