Maxi Priest does his thing, It went down like four flat tires!!

"It feels good to be back HOME!!" were the words Maxi Priest kept chanting to the screaming fans who attended the very rare but needed shows at the Borrowdale Race Course. I couldnt really believe it, I quickly brushed it off

as just a rumour a month ago when I got hit wit the Maxi Priest show 411, but it went down in history, it went down like four flat tires. Maxi Priest will be remembered by many the same way Bob Marley, Buju Banton and Luciano were remebered because these brethrens had one thing in comon, they put us on the map when the politicians failed. Oops I m getting side tracked, back to what I was saying. Scheduled to share the stage with Morgan Heritage, the organisers of the Morgan Heritage tour to Zimbabwe however announced that they Spostponed the visit of the legendary Jamaican music family to next year.

Maxi Priest was supported by two local reggae artistes Junior Banton and Mic Inity and Dawney, a South African outfit, which gave a good account of it self. Like Dawney, Mic Inity had a good day in the "office", as fans warmly responded to his performance, and had the crowd on its feet from the time he went on stage until he finished. But just like any other hyped show I've attended here in Zimbabwe, the sound system nearly ruined the show. The engineers kept running back and fourth for twenty minutes can u Imagine? I cant even start explaining how messed up that is that I dont even want to start blogging about it

Mungwadzi Godwin

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