RISING afro-Jazz musician David Hondoyedzomba has collaborated with dendera icon Sulumani Chimbetu on his latest single titled Baba Munenge Rombe.
BY WINSTONE ANTONIO
Hondoyedzomba, who leads the Black Ways Band, said the track is aimed at promoting his forthcoming second album to be released next month.
“As a way of strengthening my second album, I have decided to release this single which I believe will do well on the charts,” said Hondoyedzomba.
According to the 30-year-old musician, his forthcoming album will feature Minister of Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment, Francis Nhema.
“Minister Nhema features on the song How Much Longer which he wrote himself. The song deliberates an overview into challenges facing the environment,” he said.
The musician’s has captivated audiences at various events with breathtaking tempos, beats, styles and raw on-stage energy.
Hondoyedzomba has rubbed shoulders and shared the stage with local, renowned musicians that include afro-jazz musician Victor Kunonga among others.
The Bindura-bred musician rose to fame courtesy of Chibuku Road to Fame after winning the competitionin in the 2007 national finals competitions.
Hondoyedzomba then started his musical journey under Kireni Zulu’s wings as he would curtain-raise his gigs.
The musician is currently riding high with his debut six-track album titled Uncle Sam