By Kudakwashe Vhenge
Jamaican reggae-dancehall luminary, Turbulence is set to headline this year’s Independence Day celebrations at a Victoria Falls show.
This was revealed by the promoter, Fidelis Isaac aka DJ Fydel in an interview with this publication.
“We are hosting Turbulence for this country’s 40th independence celebrations with the main show slated for in Victoria Falls on the 18th of April.
“He is going to have a show in Kwekwe on the 17th of April then on the 18th the main show will be at Comfort Pub and Grill
“We are organizing another show in Harare on the 19th, venue and more details will be disclosed soon”.
In an endorsement video shared on the artist’s Instagram account, Turbulence real name Sheldon Campbell said he will be coming back to Zimbabwe to serenade his legion of fans in the country.
The artist made his maiden appearance at the Ghetto vs Ghetto clash in 2013 which ushered in the Mbare Trio, Seh Calaz, Soul Jah Love and Kinna.
In 2016 he also had a national tour in the country with shows in Harare, Kwekwe and Bulawayo.
Ever since Bob Marley’s performance at Zimbabwe’s ground-breaking Independence celebrations on April 18 1980, Jamaican artists have been synonymous with the country’s independence celebrations.
In 2010, Sizzla Kajonji had a show for the country’s 30th independence day celebrations at the national sports stadium hockey arena.