HIGH-RIDING dancehall musician Shinsoman, aka Romeo Antonio, is set to illuminate the City of Kings with his energetic performance on Valentine’s Day.
The Dancehall Father, as he is affectionately known in the music circles , will perform at Stop Over bar on Friday night.
He will be supported by Yoz, and two-time Bulawayo battle of the DJs winner DJ Zet-factor aka Zulu Gumede.
DJ Zet-factor, who is also the entertainment manager at the club, told Southern Eye Lifestyle in an interview that all is set for the Valentine’s gig.
“It’s our first biggest show this year after a long and tiring festive season. This is our valentine’s present to our revellers who throng the night spot week-in-week-out after many have requested to see Shinsoman perform live in Bulawayo,” DJ Zet-factor said.
“This is going to be a show to remember, urban grooves and dancehall seem to dominate at the open air bar.
“Patrons should come with their lovers and enjoy the night out with the Dancehall Father.”
Shinsoman echoed the same sentiments with DJ Zet-factor.
“This is going to be a good show and I see myself and YOZ putting up our best performance ever.
“I have performed in Bulawayo before. The support and love that the people have is awesome. Stop Over is the place to be this Friday night,” Shinsoman said.
Since he broke into the limelight back in 2009 with his single track Number One in which he features diva Cindy Munyavi, Shinsoman has never looked back.
He started his musical career when he was in Form One in 2001. He has already released an album titled Mudhara Kubva Kudhara.
Currently he is riding high with tracks such as Mawaya Waya, Ndodiwa Mhani, Maghetto Youths among others.