RNB and hip hop artiste Pee Kay has finally released his duet with Jamaican Busy Signal.
Titled Show Me Love, the track was released onto the market yesterday afternoon.
Pee Kay’s manager Kevin Kumire told NewsDay they would not be saying much about the track, but leave music lovers to comment on what they hear.
“Now that the product is out people have to decide,” said Kumire.
“Hopefully the track will be easy on the ear and catchy so that people can sing along.
“We want the track to spread beyond the boarders so that Africa and the world may know that Zimbabwe is rising.”
The track which has a dance and club feel was by yesterday being given to radio and club DJs.
Pee Kay said the move is aimed at making sure that the primary distribution is well taken care of.
The musician also refused to comment on the track and said the people will have to decide.
“We have done a lot work on the track and it is difficult for me to tell whether or not it will have an impact. With music there are instances where a track you rate highly will be rubbished by the people while the one you reject will be a hit just like what happened with Ma1 which had overwhelming responses,” Pee Kay said.
“What I can tell you for now though is that those that have had the opportunity to sample the track are losing their minds.
“I am just hoping for the best.”
Asked about the budget Pee Kay said it was difficult for him to compute all the costs as the project has been spread over a long period of time.
“We started recording this track last year and it is difficult for me to tell the actual cost. We started with the recording of the audio the video almost a year later. It is big budget, but I cannot really tell how much it cost,” Pee Kay said.
He said the CD for the single Show me Love would be given to people for free starting today while the video would be released either month-end or early September.