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KTMA winners` tour winds up in Dar

1st June 2012
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  Over 14 musicians to storm the stage!

The Kilimanjaro Tanzania Music Awards winners’ tour winds in in Dar es Salaam tomorrow after a hectic visit of five upcountry regions throughout the last month.

The final bash will be held at the Kijitonyama Posta grounds alongside Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road as music fans are expected to turnout in big numbers.

The tour organizers and project owners of the KTMA, Tanzania Breweries Limited have set up an entry fee of 4,000/- and a free Kilimanjaro beer for entrants right at the entrance gate.

It’s a show not to be missed as the KTMA winners would like to wind up the season in memorable way.

A total of 14 KTMA winners will storm the stage on different occasions to meet satisfaction of the visiting fans.

The tour has been a talk of the five regions as KTMA winners entertained fans in the most fascinating way.

Dar es Salaam will be the sixth in the Tour’s line-up and the journey will be concluded with music shows never been experienced before. Practically, this is not to be missed as all preparations towards the event are complete.

All KTMA winners would like to show their true appreciation to their voters who enabled them to cruise into the presentation podium during the awards gala.

The KTMA winners would also like to have a face to face meeting with their voters and other music fans.

KTMA is the biggest ever project in the entire East and Central Africa and the event is growing with popularity at an increasing and incredible pace.

The KTMA winners would like to confirm to their fans that they did not win the awards through a toss of dice but worked hard to achieve the feat.

They are upbeat to showcase their potentiality as far as music is concerned and exhibit how best and competent they are.

The Dar es Salaam bash is preceded by the five other regions where KTMA winners entertained fans as well as scout talents of up-and-coming musicians.

Six of the up-and-coming musicians will be given an opportunity to showcase their talents tomorrow.

KTMA Tour comprehensively covered Dodoma, Mwanza, Kilimanjaro, Mbeya and Mtwara.

The five regions produced one up-and-coming musician except Dodoma that produced two of them to take the tally to six.

The Kilimanjaro Awards Talents Search was expertly conducted with competent judges that include Henry Mdimu who is the entertainment editor of the Mwananchi Communications Limited and coordinator of the tours, KTMA winner for Reggae Queen Darleen, reputed Bongo Flava musician duo of Professor Jay and Juma Nature.

The up-and-coming musician duo from Dodoma are Issa Dubat and Juma Madaraka, Mbeya is represented by One Neema, Mwanza has One Christina, Moshi’s One Sungura was not to be missed and One Nicholas from Mtwara is on board the high-flying Kilimanjaro Awards Talents Search flight.

KTMA winners lined up for tomorrow’s show are Diamond who holds three awards, Ommy Dimpoz who holds the up-and-coming musician prize for his Afro Pop composition, Ally Kiba who is the best men’s entertainer and Barnabas Elias who won men’s best music artist.

Others KTMA winners on tomorrow’s show include Roma Mkatoliki the best Hip Hop musician, Isha Mashauzi who won the prize for best Taarab composition, Suma Lee who holds the best composition for the year, Queen Darleen a holder of the best rapper and AT, the winner for a song that has the best home-based entertaining ‘music spices’.

Arusha-based Warriors from the East will also be on the stage to entertain fans with the best reggae music. The African Stars will not be missed on the stage with the best composition for dance music,

Ben Pol the best in R&B and Khadija Kopa the best female entertainer will be on the show as well.

SOURCE: THE GUARDIAN
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