Nasty C, Ammara Brown coming to Zed

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Terence Miselo writes


Amigos Events an events management company has hinted that they will host South Africa’s young rapper Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, known professionally as Nasty C.
The songwriter and record producer will be alongside Ammara Brown and many others on Saturday 25th May, 2019.
According to the firm’s promotional materials spread on social media, the versatile artiste known for albums like Bad Hair and Strings and Blings is coming to Zambia for a special gig dubbed the ‘Winter Welcome’.
The show is planned to take place at Polo Arena in Lusaka Showgrounds. Besides, Nasty C and Ammara Brown the event will also feature Nemo as well as popular music spinner DJ Twizzie.
Amigos Events have so far given the Zambian audience great musical entertainment. Not too long ago, the events promoter hosted Burna Boy whose show was well-attended. It is clear this forthcoming event scheduled to start at 19:00 hours will attract a number of spectators.

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