Award-winning urban artist Theo Thomson on Saturday mesmerised fans at Dorvic Hotel in Blantyre during a poolside Easter music party organised by Mikozi Entertainment.
This was the first show for Theo since he announced his rebranding which seeks to connect him to grassroots fans.
During his energetic performance, Theo dished out his local-blended new song May Be Tomorrow, which received a wild reception from his fans.
The climax of his performance was when he attempted to dance manganje from the enchanting sound of his single. Fans surrounded him on stage to show their love for him and his new music.
“This is amazing. I am excited to perform here. Keep on showing the love and support because together we can build a vibrant urban music industry,” he said in his appreciation remarks.
Theo’s brand manager Prince Chikweba said the show was a deliberate move to get the artist affiliate with his local fans.
“We want get Thomson to the people with a style that appeals to them. And this is just the beginning,” said Chikweba.
Other artists that impressed on the day include MoreJive, Enweezy, Tost and Gaffar.
The poolside music party attracted a youthful audience who equally impressed on fashion.
Kelvin Chimpeni, one of the managers of Mikozi Entertaiment, expressed satisfaction with the event.
“The Easter poolside music party is a success because it has met our objectives of exposing talent and to entertain the youth,” he said.
Chimpeni also hailed Theo for performing at the event for free, saying this gave support to the event.
“When Theo heard about the event he offered himself to help by performing and a number of tracks. And he did impress the audience with his act because people were asking for more,” said Chimpeni who is fondly called Khazeni in music circles. n