Taarab music vocalist Khadija Kopa took a centre stage during the EATV sponsored Kili Music award winners upcountry tour over the weekend.
The tour comprising all Kili award winners stormed Moshi Municipality as music fans jammed the Moshi Cooperative College Stadium for the entertainment bash.
Light rainfall and cool breeze descending from the nearby slopes of Kilimanjaro Mountain, the highest peak in the continent did not bother the crowd at all.
The show started early in the afternoon and extended deep into the midnight while fans had a closer look of the award winners.
All winners had an opportunity to showcase just a leaf of their expertise as Ali Kiba, AT, Suma Lee, Omy Dimpoz, Warriors music group and Kopa to mention a few during the opening year’s most entertaining music bash.
Music fans kept flocking into the Stadium as the show gained tempo in the early evening hours of the day.
Business was almost stalled during the day as the entire Moshi Municipality was shaken by the show.
The show in Moshi crossed over the barriers when contrasted to similar ones already held in Dodoma and Mwanza cities.
Upcoming musicians were the first to take the stage ahead of the award winners as Elias Sungura won hearts of the crowd.
Warriors from East group had a full hour of entertainment that looked the shortest duration for fans that were treated with variety of Reggae compositions including “Arusha Gold” during the live show.
Kopa’s attractive metallic voice coupled with her waist gyrations took Moshi fans by bewilderment as the show progressed with many requesting her to stay longer than her scheduled time at the stage.
thrilled fans as he sang ‘Vifuu Utundu’ composition that won him the annual award.
Roma Mkatoliki also known as “Mpare wa milimani" concluded the otherwise highly thrilling music bash in Moshi since the year started.