WILL Lady Storm (real name Lyn Magodo), now known as Eriza, manage to sustain the momentum? That’s the question most people are asking.

Will this young, beautiful and gifted dancer/musician be able to capitalise on the attention she is getting from players in the creative industry?

After featuring on Jah Prayzah’s video, ‘Eriza’, which was released last month, the dancer is on a purple patch. The 22-year-old, who was a soldier before embarking on a career in the entertainment industry, was the centre of attraction last weekend when she landed a slot at the much hyped Ignition concert. The concert, which featured Jah Prayzah and Winky D, was held in Harare at the 7 Arts Theatre on Friday.

The energetic dancer stormed onto the stage, backed by her dancers and mesmerised the audience with her well-choreographed rhumba routines. In the middle of her set, she unveiled the singer within her as she was backed by Botswana based producer/singer, Dr Tawanda.

Although her vocals are not that amazing, her dances and aura just cover it up and enable her to bring out a total package.

Meanwhile, the Ignition Concert was a success. After Lady Storm’s performance, the Gafa, Winky D performed for a solid 90 minutes where he got the audience singing along and dancing to his groove. His act drew memories of his epic performance on New Year’s Eve at the Harare International Conference Centre.

Musoja, Jah Prayzah, the last act on the night, also staged a stellar performance which really got 2016 ignited for many of those in the theatre.

The Jerusarema hit maker also took time to sample his new track, Hosanna off his 2016 offering and the fans were instantaneously hooked. The track is testament of the artiste’s inimitable song writing skills, a strength that separates him from other contemporary musicians. Jah Prayzah’s act was spiced up by the appearance of Eriza (Lady Storm) clad in her signature uniform and dancing to the song Eriza, as seen on the video. He, however, had to cut his performance just after 1AM as the venue had to shut down. – Zimbojam/Showbiz Reporter.

Will Eirza - Lady Storm’s breeze last for long?


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