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Top Kenyan DJ & Jamaican artiste’s ‘tango’ promises loads of entertainment

Top Kenyan DJ & Jamaican artiste’s ‘tango’ promises loads of entertainment

Come February 7 and all roads will lead to Holiday Inn Hotel where renowned African spin-master, DJ Moh, will entertain people who love to experience the amazing beauty of motion and music.
DJ Moh, who is known for his tagline “The Ruffest and Tuffest”, will be performing alongside top Jamaican dancehall artiste Romain Virgo at the Qatar Reggae Festival, an event aimed to celebrate the birthday of Reggae music legend Robert Nesta Marley popularly referred to as Bob Marley. Therefore, the fascinated onlookers must come with dance shoes for the show as they cannot resist tangoing along for hours.
The over 4-hour “Birthday Bash Edition” is organised by Stardome Entertainment. Doors open at 7pm.
John Ngurugwe, one of the organisers, told “Qatar Tribune” that the event will enthrall the audience because, both are renowned artistes. He said that people, not only Africans, but from other nationalities, are expected to attend the show. “This is definitely going to be an incredible event. Romain is a super star and loved by many. He has taken dancehall lovers by storm.”
“As one of the organisers, I want people in Doha to have fun ad have a joyful weekend after days of humdrum life.”
Ngurugwe said that he believes the show would be a great success for they have hosted such events before. “We organized such an event in May last year and hosted Jamaican queen of Dancehall Alaine. It’s never easy to organise such events but not impossible either.”
Fans are looking forward to the event with excitement and are impatiently counting days to the event.
Rogers Oyuga said, “I am looking forward to the event. It will help me to beat homesickness. I love reggae music with passion. I am happy to celebrate my birthday with Bob Marley in the same week.”
Kings Edwin said, “There is no other way to come out and celebrate our biggest win at the Asian Cup. The event will be a day to reconnect with our culture. It will be a time to meet and dance along our rhythm. All in all, it will be an event to bring all the communities that make up Qatar together. I am so upbeat about it all.”
Another fan, Mary Mugwira, said, “These artistes are renowned and I am happy that I will be able to see them perform before my eyes in Qatar. The event will be a good platform to celebrate Bob Marley’s birthday being celebrated in other places, too.”
Athman Hamisi, a Kenyan, said, “I think it is another great opportunity for reggae lovers in Doha to start the year with such incredible performers. I had attended the event when Alaine came to Qatar last year and it was a wonderful night. All fans had their fill of quality entertainment. I would like to thank the organisers for providing us wholesome entertainment that makes us yearn for more.”
Margaret Kamau said, “We are looking forward to seeing such big names such as Romain Virgo in Doha perform and that is why I do not want to miss the event. Having DJ Moh on the decks, I know it’s going to be a great show. I have started the countdown to the show.”
Yet another music lover, Ivy Amondi, said that the event will be a perfect way to celebrate Bob Marley’s birthday. “I am optimistic that the show will be a great one. I know Romain Virgo will deliver as well as DJ Moh. I also believe that the event will be well organised because the organisers have hosted such shows before which I attended and found them to be wonderful.”
John Wambua, said, “It is a great show because people from different nationalities come together to have fun under one roof. Music knows no boundaries.”
Another fan, Saleishah Michaels, said, “Romain is a talented artiste who has never disappointed his fans. Kenyans like him a lot. Women love his performances. I have been to such events here in Qatar such as one of Morgan Heritage, Christopher Martin among others and I had fun. I am really looking forward to this show as well.”
Silas Ngigi Mbugua said that he is really looking forward to the show and hopes that there will be a selfie taking session with the artistes.
Peter Mwangi said that he expects more of dancehall reggae and Bob Marley’s songs to be played during the show.
Another fan, Agnes Njoki, said, “This is a must-attend event. This would be my first time at such a show in Doha and I am really excited.”
Njoki said that he has never seen Romain Virgo in person and has only watched him perform on television. “This will be a real opportunity for me and other fans to see him perform live and dance to his tunes.”
Dj Moh started off in the early 2008 and was one of Kenya’s pioneers introducing live Reggae video mixing and juggling. This marked the beginning of his career progression which saw him venture into TV & radio hosting and mixing and at the same time, hosting Reggae nights in different nightclubs under an entertainment company called Dohty Family. DJ Moh has had the privilege to headline international gigs in Uganda, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar and South Sudan just to mention a few.
His experience and expertise led him to establish his own firm-Mohspice Entertainment-- which provides entertainment services to every event, whether corporate, social, parties, nightclubs or concerts.
Reggae music is the most powerful genre of music that transcends all ages and cultural traditions. Mohspice Entertainment focuses on this powerful genre of music, currently through an able and talented team of five deejays and three Emcees. They perform in different locations every day.
Romain Virgo, on the other hand, made history in 2007 as the youngest contestant ever to win Digicel Rising Stars, Jamaica’s talent competition, at the age of 17. Virgo remained sensational throughout the 2007 competition and outshone his opponents with singing skills that seemed to stretch beyond the talent of a 17-year-old. Now two years later, his career definitely seems to be on the rise. His single “Can’t Sleep” is still climbing up the Jamaican charts and has attracted attention outside Jamaica as well. “Love Doctor” on the automatic riddim as well as his single “Wanna Go Home” are already getting loads of airplay.

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