By Alfred Tembo
ENTREPRENUER and music fanatic Bravo Vurayai Marima has stepped in to support Midlands province artistes as a commitment to the develoment of the creative industry.
Bravolands Riddim, which attracted Harare and Midlands province’s finest dancehall artistes will be released this week.
The riddim features Xiddo, MacGee, Defeatah King, Creator Fire, Centre Mars, Captain Chimaad Queen, Inspector Rhymz, Mr Flirt, Zj Pythaan and Ezbee Fyah.
“Music has proved to be a great agency of change that attracts people from all walks of life to dancing and easy from tension of the many challenges we encounter on our day to say experiences,” said Marima.
Funded and supported by Marima a Shurugwi businessman and miner, the projects attracted wide reviews owing it to extensive publicity.
Marima, owner of Bravolands Mines in Mutoko, Silobela, Shurugwi, Mberegwa and Gwanda said: “I want to support young people in every way possible because this is why we work hard.”
“I want to uplift talented youths through the music industry because that is where their hearts are.”
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Bravolands Riddim was produced by Terence Chipunza, aka Terrybo of Acquistive Studioz.