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Eyahra just won’t stop


Versatile beauty Eyahra Mathazia just won’t stop.Having been one of the most pronounced stage and comedy actresses of our time, one would think she would settle for that as her destiny.


One would also expect her to be making it huge on bigger markets like South Africa or even Hollywood by now.

In recent years she has been involved in several businesses including farming and her beauty range Eyahra Beauty Workshop (EBW).

She has a mushroom project at her Belgravia home and has divided her plush garden to rear “road runner” chickens.

And she has not stopped there.

She has now enrolled into a beauty school where she is studying full-body therapy encompassing aesthetics of cosmetic chemistry, cosmetic tatooing, body electricals, holistic massage, facial treatments, mask therapy, figure diagnostics, depilatory treatments, electrotherapy treatments, iontophoresis and vacuum suction, among many other procedures.

“It is a Cidesco international qualification, with the objective to expand EBW to encompass the entire range of beauty therapy as a natural progression from the range of EBW products and fragrances,” said Eyahra.

“I am at Elite School of Beauty under the tutelage of Mrs Ottilia Zichawo. It is a year’s course.”

But to stay relevant on the local scene where she has three reggae albums. Eyahra says she is almost done with the production of her fourth album that is due for release in April.

“I am happy I have completed my fourth album because this year I will be buried in my studies. The album is titled This is Love and it will be on the market in April,” she said.

“I will be releasing a single Love Hurts produced by myself and the video directed by Garikai Sibanda next week in promotion of the upcoming album. I specifically chose February because it is the month of love for many.”

The video will be followed by another, A Simple Thank you from her previous album with the same title and The Things We Do which is currently being edited.
Another video for So Sweet on the timeless riddim by Chil4real Studios will follow.

Mathazia said it is exciting that the Zimbabwean music scene has grown in leaps and bounds.

“It is exciting to see the range and depth of talent. It is no surprise to see the resurgence of reggae music locally and globally,” she said.

Eyahra, who at one time worked with renowned Jamaican producer Caveman who has worked with top musicians from that country like Sizzla Kalonji, has on her latest album worked with local producers.

She said the wisdom that she acquired from working with the renowned Jamaican has empowered her to choose from the local producers that she has roped in this time around.

“I will always be grateful to Dr Cave for the benefit of his wisdom which allows me to draw out the best from the local producers I have worked with whose sound is very fresh and dynamic on the exclusive instrumentals and riddims. It is an inspirational marriage of talents. My fans are going to love This is Love as much as they are already clamouring for A Simple Thank You,” she said.

The video seen by this reporter comes in two versions, one that has characters acting out a story while another one only has the singer as the protagonist.
Shot in full HD, the videos carry such creativity that could easily earn them rotation on continental or even international channels.

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