Thursday, October 31 2013
Trouble stemmed from the local dance-hall artistes like; Guspy Warrior, King Shady and Winky D, who put up a good performance at the Glamis Arena in form of curtain raising and by the time D'Banj got on stage, the local artistes had set the bar so high.
The 'Oliver Twist' singer did his known songs that included: 'Fall in Love', 'Igwe' and 'Why Me' among others and in about 45 minutes, the show had turned to his less known songs. The Nigerian-born singer resorted to inviting twerking dancers on stage to put some hype to the show, but this did little in saving the situation.
It was our very own Bebe Cool who took the day doing some of his hits that included; 'Coccidiosis', 'Trouble', 'Missing You', 'Mambo Mingi' and 'Fitina'. The fans did not know most of the songs, but this did not stop them from dancing and cheering the Gagamel CEO.
One person said: "D'Banj just has two songs (Oliver Twist and Fall in Love) that are popular in Zim and to bring him as the main act for a reputable Festival like Lion Larger Beer fest defies all the fundamental tenets of logic."
After trouncing Nigerian-super star D'Banj, Bebe Cool will be battling the Goodlyfe Crew on Dec 6, 2013.
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