Tocky Vibes and Dino Mudondo to set Cape Town ablaze

Tocky Vibes and Dino Mudondo to set Cape Town ablaze

10 June  2016 – ZIMBABWE’s dancehall star Tocky  Vybes and Harare based reggae artist  Dino Mudondo  have promised to set Cape Town ablaze this month end, with a show never to be forgotten.

“I am so excited to be coming to Cape Town on the 25th of  June where  I will be dropping  my new album and I am promising fans fireworks, the return of Dino Mudondo “ says the bubbly Mudondo.

“I have a bagful of hits to last three nights so to all Zimbabwean Capetonians, I say come all,” says Mudondo with a laugh.

Mudondo who was catapulted to fame with his hit song  Chirangano Chedu in the late 1990’s says he is going to play  both the old and the new including tracks from his recently released album Sando.

“ I had taken a break after my father passed away looking after the family and the family business but I  am  now back in full force and have just released a new album called  Sando.

Sando, which was  recorded at Jah Prazyah Studios in Harare, features tracks such  as  Chenai Moyo,  Mai Nini among others.

Mudondo adds that  as  a  warm up to his Cape Town show,  he has created momentum at home by doing countrywide  shows  in Zimbabwe with  the country’s  largest reggae band Transit Crew.

This month’s e show will be Mudondo’s second in the tourist city, having   performed to  capacity crowds with King Shadi in 2014.

It will also be dancehall star, Tocky Vibes’s second show in Cape Town.

Mudondo  has released more  than 18 albums  that also  include  Makorokoto, Sugar Mutape among others.

On the other hand  Cape Town based, Zimbabwean promoter Mistopher Ncube, of Mistopher Promotions  says besides  assuring  fans  that they will get the  “ best show ever,”  adds that he has learn’t from past experience and will make sure the show is flawless.

“I am going to give the people the good services they want and also make sure that Tocky and Dino play for longer. The show will be an open space venue meaning it will accommodate as many people as possible,” he adds. – Patience Rusere