Klub Vegas to host Davaos on Valentine’s Day


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KLUB Vegas Annex in Lusaka’s Long Acres area will on Valentine’s Day host a special song release party featuring Zambian dancehall duet, Davaos.

This event will be supported by various artistes that have worked with both Klub Vegas and Davaos.

According to Klub management, the event was the first of the many that the club has planned this year.

“Klub Vegas supports Zambian music and we want to promote performances in a V.I.P atmosphere that our club is known for,” said club’s Entertainment Manager Bizzy Wizzy.

Davaos release party will accord the many club patrons to catch the dual’s new single and also have an opportunity to share their music journey.

This event starts at 20:00 hours and will be hosted by DJ Showstar.  Music producer Kekero will lead the supporting acts that will include, Kaladoshas, Alpha Romeo, Jae Cash and G-Wise to name only a few.

Davaos is preparing for its debut album this year. The dual’s recent single ‘Fear None’ is doing fine on most local music charts.


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