Lastword Musekiwa |  1 year ago | top
Celebrated Zim-dancehall and reggae music production house, Chill Spot Records says it will soon release a riddim dubbed “13 October”, as a way of celebrating Arnold “DJ Fantan” Kamudyariwa, Tafadzwa “Levels” Kadzimwe and promoter Simbarashe “Dhama” Chanachimwe who successfully appealed their sentence at the High Court, after found guilty of hosting a musical bash in Mbare on New Year’s Eve.
The trio have been fined $2 000 after appealing against the six-month jail term.
Posting on social media, Chill Spot Records said:
“The Zimdancehall fraternity is very happy with the judgement on the Dj Fantan and Levels case and has declared this day the 13th of October as Zimdancehall ‘Freedom Day’, fans can expect 13 October riddim soon.”
The stable went on to encourage fans to get vaccinated against Covid-19.
“Covid-19 restrictions have been relaxed, let's get vaccinated and get this party started”.
Lawyer Dumisani Mthombeni represented the trio, and the judgement was presided over by High Court Justices Pisirayi Kwenda and Benjamin Chikowero.
According to the State, Dammar, DJ Fantan and DJ Levelz, had invited 22 artistes to perform at the New Year’s Eve event against government’s measures to curb the pandemic.
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