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Ngwazi to blend cultures through live shows



SUNGURA musician Mark Ngwazi, who became a darling to many through his humorous tracks, says he is on a mission to blend cultures by sharing the stage with artistes from different backgrounds.

Ngwazi said after featuring Dhyaan Kumar, an Indian artiste based here in Zimbabwe, he decided to feature a Chinese artiste on his upcoming sixth album launch to show that despite different colours, they (artistes) were one people.

“On my upcoming sixth album launch scheduled for next month, I am going to share the stage with a Chinese, Yong Yuan and also Dhyaan Kumar just to show the world that as artistes we are united despite having different cultures.

“I did a song with Kumar titled Same again in 2021 and it was a success.

“This time around, we are going to share the stage again; three artistes from different cultures to show that colour or race cannot separate us as musicians,” Ngwazi said.

The Charger yekatsono hitmaker added that his goal was to wipe away the mentality that artistes segregate each other because of skin colour or backgrounds.

“With Yuan we haven’t collaborated yet, but my aim is to show people that as artistes, we also promote each other’s talents by sharing the same stage without even having to collaborate.

“I can say that I am well-known in the musical industry here, but Yuan and Kumar are not yet familiar, so it’s an opportunity for fans to meet different talents on one show. The upcoming album produced by Diamond Studios is titled Nharo nezvinenharo and it carries messages about life in general, what we come across and survive every day and it has seven tracks,” he said.

Ngwazi is sitting on five albums, Zvandigumbura, Gudo Muriwo, Charger yekatsono, Mudzimu wabudira pambeveve and Chamugwegwedu chamatindiki.

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