KENYA’S Black Supremacy, probably Nairobi’s best reggae and dancehall group, have been invited to perform and entertain patrons during the official reopening of Mojo Bar at the Bulawayo Athletics Club (BAC) in August.
The reopening of Mojo Bar on August 9 would coincide with the joint’s fourth anniversary, according to Wushe Wushe, the entertainment co-ordinator of Mojo Bar. Black Supremacy has more than 187 000 followers on Facebook and is making waves all over Africa and Europe.
In an interview with Southern Eye Lifestyle, Wushe, who is the entertainment co-ordinator of Mojo Bar confirmed that the group would come and perform in Bulawayo on the day as he will also get a chance to promote the bar.
“Black Supremacy is the biggest dancehall group in Africa and it will be their first time to come and perform in Bulawayo. The group will be backed by Harare’s popular reggae and dancehall groups, Red Fox International Sound and Legendary Yard,” he said.
“This will be the day of amarasta in the city as in Harare they call them marasta. The City of Kings will be on fire on the day and people should expect a lot of big things. ”
During the day, the club will stage a family fun day. “People will have a chance to braai with their families at the BAC ground, jumping castles for the children and people will get a chance to meet the Kings of Rastas and will also get a chance to get autographs and get photographs with the Rastas,” he added.
Wushe said local DJs, DJ Dash, MH1 and Marcus Andro would back the groups up during the day.
He urged the upcoming dancehall artistes to come and rub shoulders with the Kenyan group members.
“Local DJs will have a chance to share ideas with the DJs from Kenya, Red Fox and Legendary Yard,” he said.
The event would give patrons to see the new-look BAC after renovations.
“Amarasta in Bulawayo will never be the same after the night as they will experience more of the amazing things,” he said.