kenyans are set to witness a showdown of Bongo arch-rivals Harmonize and Zuchu this December as the two Tanzanian artistes are set to perform in nearby venues in Eldoret.
The two songsters have a long history of supremacy battle turned rivalry that is set to play out in Eldoret as the opposing shows will test each artist’s popularity in the country.
Zuchu is set to perform at the Eldoret Sports Club on 11th December while Harmonize will join a list of both local and regional artistes who will be performing at Base Yetu’s Shujaa concert that will run from 9th to 12th December in Eldoret’s Tamasha Lounge.
The Base Yetu Shujaa concert has been planned to strike a balance between a highly competitive pool tournament with attractive cash prizes of up to Ksh. 1 million, and relaxing music treats in the evenings with a host of artistes including Zuchu and Harmonize.
The concert is a continuation of Base Yetu’s camping in Eldoret in a bid to empower pool players and change the perception of pool from a game associated with social misfits to a mainstream sport that can be adopted in school curricula.
In the last tournament on 5th and 6th of December that was attended by media personalities Maina Kageni Inspekta Mwala, Mbusii and Lion saw the winners of the tournament walking away with cash prizes exceeding Ksh. 100,000 as well as branded merchandise and cue sticks from Base Yetu.
Which artiste’s show will you attend? Zuchu’s at Eldoret Sports Club or Harmonize at Eldoret’s Tamasha Lounge?