Local sungura musician drops first single track

Theresa Zibowa

MASVINGO-A Ministry of Health and Child Care Human Resources officer, Farai Mavhudzi, has released his debut sungura single entitled “Ramba Wakashinga”. The song was produced at Romeo Records a Runyararo studio in Masvingo last month. The 33-year old musician who hails from Mukaro village in Gutu is currently working in Masvingo.  

Mavhudzi who uses Kenzo man as the stage name said he started composing songs while in high school, but did not record because he had no money. The Kudandaura Express front man is appealing to members of the public for sponsorship for the release his six-track album in August this year, and in his new career in the music industry. 

The four-member band consists of Mavhudzi on lead vocals and sub-rhythms, Honest ‘KB’ Mutowa on bass guitar and backing vocals, Darlington Nyoni lead guitar, and Tarisai ‘Taribo’ Ranganai on main rhythm. 

Kenzoman told the Mirror that he was inspired by Last Chiramba whom he met at Great Zimbabwe University (GZU). He quickly went on to say he is looking for sponsorship to enable him to record a new album.

“I would like to give much credit to Chiramba the leader of Igwe liner express, who helped me to gain experience in the music industry during the time l worked with him as a vocalist.

“My music career is dogged by numerous challenges that include lack of instruments and transport cost. I rely on my personal savings but it’s not enough because a lot of money is needed,” said Mavhudzihttps://masvingomirror.com

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