TZ sensation, Harmonize was in town this past weekend
Located on Wood Avenue Kilimani, High Club promises Nairobi party goers an experience they’ve never had. We must admit that the club started off on a good note, seeing as the launch, powered by Mseto Est Africa was off the chain.
Harmonize gave a thrilling performance to fans who were left screaming for more. His performance was complemented by other local artistes such as heartthrob, Otile Brown and upcoming artiste, Melanin Queen. Mzazi Willy Tuva and Fundi Frank were the hosts and top mix master DJ Crème de la Crème was holding it down on the decks.
As with every high-end club, in attendance was the upwardly mobile class of Nairobians and big names in the entertainment industry such as Akothee, Maina Kageni as well as many other revelers who were there to enjoy a great time and stellar performances.
Kilimani is quickly becoming the preferred spot for people investing in the night club business. Perhaps due to the increase of high rise buildings in the area. High Club now joins competitors, Kiza and B-Club which are located in the vicinity.
Here are highlights from the club opening:
We also need to talk about Harmonize’s fashion sense while he was in town. Mans was killing it in different looks that we are swooning over:
1. This is what we call kudunga look...look at those sneakers?
2. Looks like cropped pants are the in thing in the male fashion world.
We love how he ditched the belt for an understated yet edgy look.
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3. The velvet trend is the new wave. Harmonize rocked this velvet jacket so well.
4. Merging style and comfort in a stylish track pants look for the Saturday performance.
5. Black excellence. A king.