Talk of a man who loves AmaPiano and dancing, most local night spots revellers can pick that one Majaivana and all agree it’s Mtshana Hosh, real name Brighton Segale Mpofu (23).
Born in the neighbouring South Africa, and bred in Matabeleland North’s Nkayi, Sivomo Village, Mtshana Hosh always had a dream to be a famous dancer just like his uncle Bheki Mpofu, a former Soul Brothers dancer.
With the current wave of AmaPiano music driving many crazy, Mtshana Hosh revealed that he had adopted AmaPiano as a lifestyle, inspired by the Piano King Kabza De Small.
“Everytime I hear a Kabza song at a spot I just see myself on the dance floor and something spiritually takes over, dancing to AmaPiano songs heals my soul, I just feel at peace,” he said.
How did he become the most famous dancer in Bulawayo night life?
When South Africa’s Boiz n Bucks’ member Okmalumkoolkat was billed for a Beer Marathon festival at Hartsfield Tshisanyama in November 2018, Mtshana Hosh volunteered to open the stage for him for free.
Actually, the crowd asked for him on the main stage after spotting Mtshana who was enjoying himself with Mlazi moves on the general section of the show.
“The first time people started to know and see me dancing was in 2018 at Hartsfield Tshisanyama during Koolkat’s show. I was dancing on the general section then people loved the way I moved and cheered for me to open the stage for Milano.
“From there I have become a public figure at different night spots like Shisha bars, Zarah Lounge, BAC Leisure, Smokehouse and Havanna, to mention a few,” said Mtshana Hosh. Mtshana Hosh also likes acting and playing soccer.
He is studying towards an Honours Degree in Accounting at the Midlands State University.