KENYAN dancehall duo Black Supremacy have condemned violence following the chaos which took place at Barbourfields Stadium saying artistes should record songs which encourage people to unite.
During their debut performance at Mojo Bar (BAC) on Saturday after the Highlanders and Dynamos match which resulted in the loss of a life, cars being vandalised and fans being rowdy Mc Fullstop denounced the bad behaviour.
a�?Football is a beautiful game where one can win, lose or draw. I would like to take this opportunity to appeal to Dynamos and Highlanders supporters who are in the house to avoid spoiling the beautiful game by engaging in violence.
a�?I would also like to urge Zimbabwean artistes to help in uniting the nation by recording songs which preach on the importance of unity,a�? he said.
The show which was Mojo Bara��s official reopening saw a huge number of revellers turning out at the bar to have a feel of what Black Supremacy has to offer.
The duo that went on stage just after midnight lived up to expectations as they managed to serenade revellers with their exhilarating performance.
Their fast track of the night was All of Me from John Legend setting the house on fire. They also played music from Bramma, Mavado and Lucky Dube among other musicians.
Before their performance, Redfox entertainment and Legendary Sounds took to the stage where they sampled local and international vibes.
Local DJs Dash, Josh, Keith and Marcus Andro also exchanged notes before the main acts of the day, Black Supremacy.