Jae Cash dates Last Don Lodge tonight

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Terence Miselo writes


Budding Zambian rapper Jae Cash is tonight going live at the Last Don Lodge in Lusaka tonight starting at 18:00 hours.


The artiste who developed his career from K-Army Music run by music producer and radio personality KB is expected to rock the venue due to popular demand.


The organisers Swit Sky Music explain that Jae Cash enjoys a great following and appreciation the reason he is considered to perform at the venue to meet the people’s demands. The artiste who is also part of the EM Power Project under Mr Eazy is surely receiving enough respect for his great rap skills and music versatility.


For this reason, he is set to give the patrons a long musical journey that will define his progression. Expected songs on his list of performance include, ‘Ndekupampamina’, ‘Tyoka’ and ‘Akamutima’ to name only a few. The show begins at 18:00 hours with supporting acts before he rocks the stage around 22 hours.

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