The Sunday Mail
HIP-HOP artistes R. Peels and Ti Gonzi are set to headline a musical show dubbed “Ghetto-2-Ghetto” on December 3.
The gig, which will be held free of charge, will be in Warren Park, Harare. “Ghetto-2-Ghetto” is a series of shows that are going to be held as part of R.Peels’ “Zviri Eva Beautiful” album launch.
The 45-track album was released in September and has since been nominated for the Album of the Year award at the Zim Hip-Hop Awards.
Dough Major, Seke Mutema, Manex and JTG will be the supporting acts.
After the Warren Park show, the artistes will then descend on Mufakose, where Ti Gonzi hails from.
Born Tanaka Bruce Mungoyo, R. Peels explained why he decided to make the Warren Park gig a free show.
“I was born and bred in Warren Park, so this is a way of thanking the people that I lived with and supported me during my formative years,” he said.
The shows are also expected to spread to other high-density suburbs.
R. Peels said by producing a 45-track album, he wanted to prove a point.
“I wanted to prove that I am a different artiste, who is capable of doing what others cannot do. I am a rare breed of a hip-hop artiste,” he said.