Bornwise Mtonzi Arts reporter
It will be a night of fun for rhumba and reggae lovers as the popular Diamond Musica and Transit Crew share the stage tonight at Chez Ntemba in Harare.
This comes after the two joined forces and delivered an outstanding performance that left fans asking for more at the same venue on Unity Day.
In an interview with The Herald Review, Diamond Musica boss Pitshou Lumiere said their return to Chez Ntemba was by public demand as the Unity Day show was a night to remember for their fans.
“Our fans loved what we did last week.
“The combination of reggae and rhumba was great and I never imagined that the fans would enjoy the show as much as they did,” he said.
Fans from all over the city graced Chez Ntemba to celebrate Unity Day in style and it was a night for the rhumba and reggae lovers.
The “Sinamakosa” remix hit-maker said they were ready to give their fans more than what they gave them last time.
“We want our fans to remember this year as a year of entertainment, they should come in their numbers to have the last of 2015 in style and have a memorable send off into the New Year,” he added.
The show marks the third time these two have shared a stage and entertained a cross-section of their fans.
Transit Crew is one of the most recognised reggae artistes in the country and are well known for their albums such as “The Message”, “Money” and “Unity”.
Diamond Musica is a well established rhumba group in southern Africa and is known for its remix of the song “Sinamakosa”.