Dalisoul thrills Clayton Park

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DALISOUL ‘Mwana Wamukomboni’ thrilled scores of youngsters in Kabwe, who thronged Clayton Park for a Family Fun day, on Independence Day.
The organisers of the event had on their entertainment menu several activities lined up for the day to cater for families which wanted to have quality time on Independence Day at the popular play park.
It turned out that scores of excited youths were geared to watch Dalisoul. With Independence Day celebrations at Railways Ground over around 13:00 hours, the only entertainment event in town was at Clayton Park.


Dressed in his trademark, pink keffiyeh (Arab head scarf), a white shirt (with some black strips) and trousers, Dalisoul was ready to take on the youths who were thirsty for entertainment.
Accompanied by his four dancers, Dalisoul took over the stage after 15:00 hours as his ecstatic fans swarmed the stage.
They were jostling for a closer view of the proceedings on stage – not to miss out on anything.
Some boys climbed trees within the park for a better view, but for them, they could not dance along as they risked falling down.
The singer and his ‘elasticated’ dancers passionately sang and danced to some songs that have set apart ‘Mwana Wamukomboni’ from other musicians in the country.
Chikanda Mbwelenga, Chipyango (where he features JK), Shansha, Vomela, Munsunge Munshi and Condom Osyapa were some of the songs that Dalisoul sang.
Even as he performed in a fully parked play park, long queues formed outside as people wanted to enter and have their share of the fun that characterised Zambia’s 51st Independence Day celebrations.
When he took a break, his dancers took over to showcase their signing talents.
When he returned, he continued mesmerising the youths, who were demanding more songs.
Dalisoul also called some bold youngsters to stage to showcase their rapping potential – and for some, the excited audience cheered for them but others were not so lucky.
Dalisoul finally concluded his performance around 18:00 hours, but left the youngsters thirsty for more entertainment.