tok.jpgPart of TOK’s backing group, Live Wyaa Band members have jetted into the country this afternoon ahead of the ZTA, Tourism Night Show scheduled for the Harare International Conference Centre Tuesday evening.


Six out of the eight Live Wyaa Band members, who back Jamaican dancehall reggae group, TOK, touched down at the Harare International Airport Monday afternoon with the remainder expected on the day of the show.


The group, which is billed to perform at the ZTA Tourism night tomorrow afternoon, is made up of Alex, Flexx, Bay-Cee and Craig.
Speaking to ZBC News soon after arrival, the band members expressed happiness at being invited to the country, describing it as a privilege to finally come to Zimbabwe. 


Director of Yedu Nesu Entertaiment, Justin Matenda, who is bringing the dancehall group, expressed optimism of a successful and exciting show for dancehall fans.


“The rest of the group is coming tomorrow and I would like to tell all the TOK fans to come and enjoy because it is going to be a show to remember,” said Matenda.


The ZTA Tourism Night is a perception management and image building initiative of the government to market Zimbabwe as a safe tourist destination.


The show will also be graced by local dancehall artist Winky D, sungura artist, Tongai Moyo and urban groovers: XQ, Cindy and Extra Large.


TOK joins the rising number of international artists who have come to Zimbabwe this year, after the likes of Akon, Sean Paul, Beenie Man and King Sounds.