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Harmonize performs in Juba. He is the first Tanzanian artist to perform in South Sudan (Photo: Peter James Loruba)

Peter James Loruba

Wasafi’s sensation Harmonize alias Konde Boy finally delivered what he does best when he got on stage for the much anticipated grand opening of the Space Lounge and Restaurant. The artiste and his team that included a manager, DJ, photographer and bodyguard made it to the venue at 1:00 in the night and straight made arrangements for the Kwangaru hit maker to perform.

Unknowingly to them, they arrived before any of the curtain raisers, Jose Chameleone, Weasel, WJ and Menie Men. But the buddying artiste could not wait any longer in the car for the curtain raisers nowhere to perform before him. Although they claimed he was sick and could not withstand the cold weather in the night, he hit the stage. Clad in white fitting pant and T-shirt with his signal black kaff the boy made it to the stage like the star he is drawing excitement from the crowd that had turned impatient for the long wait. He started his performance with his latest hit, the emotional Never give up. He went on hit after hit with the crowd singing along. He removed his baff and he heat went up and shortly after tore off of his T-shirt which left his well-toned body bare to the amazement of the ladies.

When he performed Happy Birthday, he realized there was too much love for the song and so he did an encore that sent the audience wild. He said before coming to Juba he was told bad things about the country but found it peaceful with love. He capped off his performance with Aiyola-his breakthrough song in the music industry.

After him other acts WJ, Menie Men, Weasel and Jose Chameleoene performed up to about 4: 00 am. A brief dance ensued before the crowd could realize it was already dawn.

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