Suluman Chimbetu will on Sunday perform with man of the moment Tocky Vibes for the first time at Ice ‘n’ Fire Pamuzinda in a move meant to create a dendera-dancehall combination that is likely to take the showbiz scene by storm.
Tocky vibes is arguably the most sought-after Zim dancehall musician currently and has been rocking the stage with his hits at recent shows.
His combination with Sulu is likely to take him to another level as he reaches out to fans outside dancehall confines.
Both musicians said they are planning to work together in a number of shows. The relationship would approximate the Jah Prayzah-Winky D combination in live shows that started recently.
At Pamuzinda Sulu and Tocky Vibes will share the stage with Dhadza D, Junior King and King Shaddy.
In an interview Tocky Vibes said the combination would be good for the greater arts industry.
“We need to work together to produce the best and that will help us to lift the flag of the country high on the international scene. We should not be confined by genres and we should always try our best to avoid creating hostile camps among fans,” he said.
The musician has been hailed by different music analysts for his clean content.
He is currently ridding high with his songs like “Mhai” and “Aenda Nenyika” that have become anthems in most public places.
The musician said he was happy about the way promoters are gaining confidence in him.
“We are working well with promoters and we are trying by all means to be professional so that we can work with for a lonG time.”
On the other hand Sulu said he would take the youngster to his territory and work with him in good faith.
“These combinations are common. We have worked with musicians of various genres and I am glad that we will have Tocky Vibes at the show. He is doing well and we are planning more shows together,” said Sulu.
Event organiser Josh Hozheri said they have decided to have a number of artists for the family show to give fans variety.
“We have decided to have a number of artistes for the show so that people can have variety. Most of them are dancehall musicians but we know Sulu has his own unique fans and he appeals more to mature followers.
Dancehall appeals more to young fans and we will have a balance at the show,” he said. The Herald