Popular Nigerian pop group P-Square wowed thousands of fans who thronged the Glamis Arena in Harare for the much-hyped Lion Lager Summer Beer Festival. Dressed in white and black outfits the duo of Peter and Paul Okoye went on stage around 10pm to a thunderous applause from the estimated 20 000 fans who filled the arena.
The duo with a live band opened their act with their hit song "Temptation" before their churned out their popular hits like "Give Me That", "Story" and "I Love You".
After almost two hours of performing the duo closed their well-choreographed act with their newest hits "Chop My Money" and "Beautiful Onyinye".
Earlier, the duo also took the opportunity to denounce rumours that they were members of the Illuminati, a secret cult.
They then performed "Possibility" a song with a gospel flair. "Tell me who made it possible. Who made it possible, who made it possible only God made it possible, God made it possible . . ."
The pop duo, who were in the country courtesy of Delta Beverages, urged Zimbabweans to support their own artistes.
While many artistes who were billed to perform earlier in the day failed to perform because of the rains that pounded Harare earlier, those who took to the stage performed beyond expectations. Local acts including Winky D, Mic Inity, Amara Brown, Ba Shupi, Nox and Roki put up spirited performances that matched their more illustrious visitors.
Winky D was outstanding, as usual surprising fans with his red and white boxing gear inscribed "Master". The gear was finished with a head guard, glove and black white boots. Roki was also at his best with his well-choreographed dances. He was ably supported by Pauline Gunduza and Discord.
Ammara Brown also put up a polished act to match the electric atmosphere.