The Washington DC, R&B singer Kenny Lattimore over the weekend kept the crowd on their feet with his soulful music, and a sensational performance at Boipuso Hall.
The singer who is also a song writer characterized himself as men’s messenger to women as he often gave reasons as to why men do the things they do to women through his art of love songs.
However it was when he played his 1996 hit single ‘Never Too busy’ that women from all over the hall who outnumbered men, screamed to the best of their ability.
Never too busy is one song that on its prime years cracked the Top 20 of the R&B charts and helped the album reach gold certification.
While on the stage Lattimore who kept on interacting with the audience said, “You can call me Mr Love because I enjoy singing about love and I believe God has a reason why he chose this kind of music for me!
So as I sing love songs, please ladies find it in you to hear the voices of many men out there who are trying to explain themselves”
Surely the man from the United States is a performer and a singer at the same time, as time and again ladies kept on getting something new from him.
One of the amazing part was when he appeared from nowhere and had changed his casual outfit to a more serious and formal suit.
Many people at the show could not believe their eyes, maybe because they did not even notice that he had disappeared from the stage.
Lattimore also gave the crowed a dose of one of his duets to remind them of his famous duet he did with his R&B singer Chanté Moore In 2003.
The two recorded a duet album entitled Things That Lovers Do consisting of classic soul songs from the ’70s and ’80s.
By the end of his performance those who had stayed until the end of the show wanted more of Lattimore, as they believed he had outdone himself and brought the US closer to them.
It was no surprise to hear those who have paid admitting that they got value for their money.
Other great performances came through South Africa’s artist Siphokazi and Botswana’s very own Samantha Mogwe and Shanti Lo who also came to the party.