Hundreds of fans who patronised DNA’s Friday live performance at Salima Technical College were left impressed with the artist’s classic and interactive performance.
The Mukandipepesele hit maker, who went on stage at exactly 10.30pm, brought the magic that saw the fans dancing to his songs.
The artist, who encouraged his fans to sing along, identified a fan and allowed him to handle lead vocals he performed backing vocals.
After performing Ndakulira Denje, Pokopoko and Ndinakonda m’modzi, it was time for the hit of the night Mukandipepesele which left fans asking for a repeat perfomance.
Speaking to The Nation after the show, DNA, born Daniel Kaliwo, thanked his fans for the support he has enjoyed throughout the year, promising fireworks in the remaining quarter of the year.
One fan, Kondi Mussa, described DNA’s performance as massive. However, he requested the artist to hold his shows during the day to allow more people enjoy his performances.
“This was one of the best live performances I have watched this year as it was very interactive and lively,” he said.
Also spicing up the show were Salima-based K-Busy, Kiss B and the Ghetto Masters. n