Mlindo's night to remember

Mlindo The Vocalist perfomimg at Pabloz excutive lounge in Francistown PIC: Unasimba Kaisara Mafa
Mlindo The Vocalist perfomimg at Pabloz excutive lounge in Francistown PIC: Unasimba Kaisara Mafa

FRANCISTOWN: Following monthly massive turnouts at the newly established Pablo’s Executive Club, the recreational place was yet again last Friday overcrowded.

The nightclub attracted multitudes of night crawlers from the city and its surrounding areas that had come to witness renowned artist, Mlido the Vocalist’s performance.

Born Lindokuhle Magedezi in South Africa, Mlindo had the crowd eating out of the palm of his hand with his heart melting songs.

When he got to the stage in the wee hours, Mlindo the Vocalist dished out his track, Wamuthe, which had the crowd singing along.

The merrymakers that filled the club to maximum capacity could not get enough of the musician when he sang Lay’ndlini.

During the performance more socialites and business gurus in the city thronged the event making it one of the more memorable of late in the city.

Mlindo the Vocalist also performed the song, Amablesser, which is currently enjoying a considerable amount of airplay both locally and internationally.

He put up a spirited show just as the club had promised.

Mlindo the Vocalist made his debut performance in the country last year at Clap Your Hands Festival in Palapye where he left a lasting impression.

His performance over the weekend prompted even the patrons in the VVIP, VIP and ordinary section to leave their comfortable seats and dance to the tunes.

He wrapped up by playing the crowd’s favourite, Amacala, which left the crowd yearning for more.

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