American Rapper DaBaby ‘Shutting Down Zimbabwe’: Video Confirms

In a video, American rapper DaBaby announced that he will travel to Zimbabwe later this year to deliver a performance there.

Yesterday, there were rumours that DaBaby might shake the nation later this year. The Rockstar hitmaker will be performing in Africa for the first time during this time.

The programme is organised by Roar Entertainment, who promoted rapper Rick Ross in November 2022.

DaBaby Confirms His Concert in Zimbabwe

In a video posted by Roar Entertainment, Dababy declared his intention to perform in Zimbabwe. DaBaby remarked:

“We [are] shutting down, Zimbabwe. September 23rd, I will be performing live at Old Hararians. I can’t wait to see y’all. From Mabvuku to Borrowdale, make sure you get your tickets right now. The Talk Chart DaBaby Concert is not to be missed. I might come early and spend a couple of days there and then do the concert, then spend a couple of days afterwards.” DaBaby

The show is also being sponsored by ZANU PF aspiring Mabvuku MP Scott Sakupwanya and Mike Chimombe. Jah Prayzah will be the supporting artist at the concert.

DaBaby, whose real name is Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, has been one of the most successful and controversial artists in the hip-hop scene in recent years. He has released four studio albums, including “Kirk” and “Blame It On Baby”, which both debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart.


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