…Big burnouts Pre-party and After-party at BarCode on the cards
THE adrenalin rush experience entices many, drawing large crowds in attendance, whilst for some it is often a platform to parade their swag and bling, it can only be the thrills experienced during a burnouts show in Mutare.
All roads will no doubt lead to Raylton Sports Club tomorrow (Saturday) where the current holder of the Zimbabwe Spinner of the Year title, Rusell ‘Cici Boy’ Chirindo will be spinning at the Mutare burnouts dubbed the ‘Burnouts Extravaganza’.
The Harare based Ice Motors crew, one of the pioneering and leading spinning crews in the country will be once again performing at Raylton after their last show in February last year.
Last year’s show recorded a sold-out crowd with the Who is Who in Mutare attending to watch the entertainment motor sport, which is increasingly growing in popularity.
Whilst excitement is already abuzz about the Mutare burnouts on social media, BarCode spokesperson Brian ‘DJ Stylez’ Mavhiza said revellers should also brace for a colossal Pre-party tonight (Friday) and the ultimate After-party on Saturday.
The prominent club DJ in Mutare known for his swag and midas touch on the turntables Brian’DJ Stylez’ Mavhiza said the Pre-party would be an opportunity to mix and mingle with Cici Boy and his Ice Motors crew.
There will be four Ice Motors spinners, including man of the moment Cici Boy, Boss Ice, Fuzzy L and Lance. The fifth spinner will be Mutare spinner Clyde Jani popularly known as C Jay of the Mutare No Lose spinning team.
“BarCode will be the club to be tonight and Saturday for the Burnouts Pre-party and After-party if you are a reveller that enjoys class, good music and having a great time. It will be free entrance for all ladies but only until midnight,” said DJ Stylez.
Blessing ‘DJ Cesh263’ Chindotana the other resident DJ at BarCode will as usual be on the decks, whilst two guest DJs Ras Kumbu from Diamond FM radio and Harare DJ Nelluka will perform at the club for the first time.
On Saturday, it will be DJ Stylez and Cesh263 supported local club DJ Que for the burnouts After-party jamboree.
Burnouts, which are fast growing in popularity in the country as an extreme entertainment motor sport, are usually orchestrated by professional drivers and stuntmen in a safely barricaded area.
The spinners perform various daring and entertaining stunts showing off their dexterity behind the steering wheel.
Ice Motors spokesperson Kuziwa ‘Boss Ice’ Nkomo urged people to come in their numbers and expect an epic show.
Ice Motors were the first spinning crew to perform burnouts in Mutare in 2015. The reigning Zimbabwean spinning champion, Cici Boy, clinched the title at the 4th edition of the annual Zimbabwe Auto Festival held in Harare in August last year.