Talented Zimbabwean Afro-pop artist Q Montana will go on a national tour that will see him performing in major cities and towns.
It will be Q Montana’s first major project since returning from South Africa, where he recently signed a contract with international label Coolspot Productions.
The 28-year-old musician, who was empowered with a BMW and full band gear as part of the package, confirmed the tour.
“It’s true that I will be on national tour mid-June. My fans will have an opportunity to see me performing live for the first time in Mutare, Bulawayo and Harare before concluding with small towns like Masvingo, Gweru and Kwekwe,” said Q Montana.
“It’s not a game anymore, but this is the right time for me to do something for the people of Zimbabwe. We will have live video recordings during the tour.”
The tour will be accompanied by a release of his new project entitled Why Not, which features two tracks, Handikukanganwe and Dzoka.
Q Montana, popularly known as the “Prince of Zim Afro-pop”, has for a long time been confined to releasing music mostly for the mature crowd, but after getting so many requests, he released music for the younger generation, hence the album title.
Some music critics are arguing though that his latest release still cuts across age barriers, as mature music lovers can also thoroughly enjoy this new release.
Both Handikukanganwe and Dzoka are love songs.
Born Brighton Kufa on November 1 1983, Q Montana first burst onto the local music scene with his debut album Neo Vector (2005) followed by Sweet Pain (2007) and Untamed (2009).