8 October 2011

Zambia: Kay Figo, Job Awe Struck Club Zone

NOT even the white man believed to be her boyfriend could resist the sound of the now sought after dance hall queen Kay Figo other wise known as Kay Kanyelele when she unleashed her top charting hits at Club Zone Café in Lusaka's Emmasdale area last Saturday.

Meanwhile, new kid on the block J.O.B was impressive too when he joined forces with hip hop act Bob East to leave the club awe struck.

The club known for drawing crowds from all walks of life was at it again with the monthly free shows that have proved a success owing to the fact that since they started the club as never recorded a flop!

For the month end of September it was J.O.B, Kay Figo and Nana that were called upon to mesmerize the faithful patrons of one of the biggest clubs in the country.

Nana was the first to start the show with her two tunes Kaduda and Booty Call which is slowly fading out.

Her performance was an average one as she managed to wow her fans with her dance moves and the costume she was in added glamour to her action.

Nonetheless, the highlight of the night was on Kay Figo and J.O.Bs performances with the former teaming up well with her two dancing queens with one poached from from Afunikas band.

Kay truth be told did not only made her 'boyfriend' proud but also managed to make most of the revelers night worth staying up for. The white man who was in the audience could be seen dancing to the divas music while keenly following the show.

Dubbed the 'Lady Gaga' of Zambia she belted her finest tracks in the likes of Phone, Kanyelele and Wandowa. The diva looks set to have taken over the leadership of the top performing diva in Zambia.

J.O.B on the other hand though not that impressive in his stage performance left a mark with his trade mark provocative lyrics that have won him many hearts.

Leya Leya, Hallelujah and Bayete (a sample of the Shaka Zulu theme song) were enough wow the youthful clientele of Club Zone.

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