Nyasha Kada, Entertainment Reporter
South Africa based entertainment company, Mbare Boys, has begun social media live sessions to showcase some of the talent they have signed under their stable.
Dubbed the “Kempton Mad Sunday Live Sessions”, the session premiered last Sunday with wheel-spinners DJ Warrior and Two Gig alongside MC T Boss in charge.
The trio thrilled fans for two hours with a playlist biased towards Zim dancehall and a selection of Naija and Afro pop.
The sessions will be streaming every Sunday from 5-7pm on the Mbare Boys Entertainment Facebook page.
Speaking to Fadiga of Mbare Boys Entertainment, he said:
“We decided to start live sessions so we showcase the talent we have at our stable.
“We came with idea with one of my close friends Privy from the Epic Team.
“As Mbare Boys we have over some time signed artistes and deejays and with the lockdown they have been able to perform in bars since we can’t host shows.
“Covid-19 has taught us a lot and now we have adjusted and now doing our live sessions to promote the talent we have at our stable.
“Our live sessions started on a high note thanks to the viewers who watched in numbers as well as our top deeyas MC T Boss, Two Gig and Warrior who gave a sterling performance.
“We are going to be including the artistes under our stable in the coming weeks.”
“We also want to thank Boss Vusi of Gracious Givers Foundation, he has been a pillar of strength and support for us.
“Shisaka Entertainment, were we came from has also supported us Grey we just want to thank them for not losing faith in us.
“We have been getting good support and the ‘vibe’ is just right.”