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Chef rocks Kitwe’s East Point

RAPPER Chef 187 preforming at East Point in Kitwe on New Year’s Eve. Picture: MULWANDA LUPIYA

MULWANDA LUPIYA, Kitwe
COPPERBELT-BASED hip-hop rapper Chef 187 on New Year’s Eve rocked the packed East Point nightclub in Kitwe.
And patrons in the mining city entered 2015 in spectacular way as they filled various bars and nightclubs to the rafters.
Chef, who commands a large following among the youth in the country mainly because of his lyrics in the Kopala style, did not disappoint the fans and put up an energetic performance.
The rapper sung almost all his hits, which left fans craving for more, forcing the artist to unleash Court Session from his new album titled The Art of the Lion, which sent the fans into frenzy.
Some of the songs which the artiste performed include Higher Higher, 99 Jobs, Ndafilwa uku Ichindika, Fosholo Ni Mic, Kumwesu, Foolish Me and his favourite track Love You.
Chef, who was a marvel to watch, displayed some dancing skills, which left the audience with no option but to join him on stage.
Patrons, most of them drunk, could not resist but join him on stage and security men had a tough time to control the sloshed fans.
The rapper also urged his fans to get a copy of the album The Art of the Lion, which is out on the market. The album also contains the hit song Kumalilangoma, which features Afunika.
Meanwhile, a check around Kitwe’s central business district, where most drinking places are located, found scores of youths imbibing their favourite beverages.
Outlets such as Insomnia Chillz, Cozy Jozy and Club VIP were filled to capacity with literally no space for patrons to dance.
The story was the same at the counters as patrons jostled to buy their beers as though they were being given out for free.
By 04:30 hours on New Year’s Day, the alcohol guzzlers were still spotted moving from one bar to the other as they continued their drinking sprees.

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