CELEBRATED Harare artiste Romeo Anthony, popularly known as Shinsoman, rocked Club 40-Forty in Bulawayo on Valentine’s Day with his energetic performances, leaving revellers crying out for more.
The club was packed to capacity for the Valentine’s bash and scores of fans were turned away.
Most revellers were dressed in red, black and white outfits; love colours traditionally associated with Valentine’s.
Bulawayo DJs Mzoe, Humble Kid and Theo melted revellers’ hearts with old skool and contemporary love ballads with the crowd singing along.
Shinsoman took to the stage just after midnight and opened his performance with one of his celebrated songs Ndavapinza that immediately captivated the fans.
He performed his latest song Batisisa, a track dedicated to lovers.
He then invited some fans to join him on stage and sing with him.
Club 40-Forty entertainment manager Sibanengi Ndebele, aka DJ Mzoe, declared the Valentine’s bash a success.
“The show was a success,” he said.
“I am happy that many people came to support local artistes. I thought some of our local dancehall artistes would come, but a few were present. This was going to be a good opportunity for them to learn something new from Shinso and YOZ.”
Shinsoman said he was happy to perform before a full house and this showed that the appeal of local music was growing.
“This was my first show in Bulawayo this year and it was exciting and l enjoyed very much,” he said.
“Thank you Bulawayo for the support. Keep on supporting Baba Devante. Keep on listening to my music,” he said.
Shinsoman will head to South Africa for a few gigs before embarking on an overseas tour.