Dancehall sensation Emergy Chidzanga, popularly known as Freeman, is set to take his music career to greater heights when he perform in Pretoria, South Africa, on March 31.
Freeman, who rose to fame with his hit song Joina City, has big dreams in the music industry and has promised to take music seriously despite challenges faced in the industry.
I want to work extra hard this year as I want to take my musical career to another level despite challenges encountered, said Freeman.
I have lined up various tours and to start with I will be performing in Pretoria, South Africa, on March 31.
The young musician has released a new 12-track album that has already caused a stir at varius public gatherings.
I have released a new album which is completely dancehall.
It was recorded at Sunshine Studios and features artists like Shinso Mann and 15-year-old Princo Spice, he said.
The 12-track album carries tracks like Blessings, Risk Murudo, Kurambwa Ndaramba, Handikundike and Last Man Standing, which is the title track of the album.
Freeman is slowly getting famous and recently got his first big platform to showcase his music career when he performed at Harare International Conference Centre alongside the Jamaican star David Constantine Brooks, popularly known as Mavado.
Freeman, an admirer of Jamaican artist Vibes Kartel and the leader of Dancehall Zone a group based in Dzivaresekwa, is now working on videos set to be released by April.