New kid on the block Holy Ten last night proved beyond any reasonable doubt that he is indeed running the “rap streets” if his performance at Shoko Festival’s Peace in the Hood Concert is anything to go by.
The “Ndaremerwa” hit-maker set the bar so high that all the artistes that came after him had to bring their A-game on stage.
With the stage set in a car junk yard, the first of its kind, and flashing lights all over, Holy Ten’s performance made it seem like he was already a veteran and not an upcoming artiste.
His delivery was top notch and his calmness and confidence on the mic was a marvel to watch. Before he came on stage one would think it was his show as fans kept on requesting for his performance in the comments section.
After his performance last night, Holy Ten took to his Twitter account this morning to thank God for a dream that came true last night.
“Last night a dream came true. The boy from the hood got to perform at #Shoko2020. I’m forever grateful and God Watches over us,” he wrote.
The Peace in the Hood concert also featured the Voice 2 Rep Competition, performances from Jah Master, Poptain, Blacperl, Madzitatiguru, R. Peels and was hosted by the Prince of Fire Dadza D and Cody the Rank Marshall.
I really want to thank and give props to Shoko Festival organisers for setting the bar high on this 2020 edition. Their stage set up was more than world class and no one anticipated what they brought to us last night. This is a wake up call to all event organisers.
Shoko Festival continues today with the Bang Bang Comedy Show on tonight featuring Zimbabwe’s finest comedians.