I'm good at what I do – Alexio

HARARE – Afro-Jazz artiste Alexio Kawara has shed light on what his song Zvazvinhu, which was launched on Christmas Eve last year, means.

Zvazvinhu is an up-tempo song suitable for a night out or when one feels like dancing.

Alexio told the Daily News that in the song he is singing  about how good he is at making music.

“I heard this other day on local radio people phoning in trying to give meaning to the song, some got it right and some did not. What I will simply be saying is that I am the best at what I do and that I cannot be compared with anyone. Even if others come and try to be me they will not be able to pull that off. They will simply be labelled as trying to be ‘like Alexio.’”The lyrics go Kana taibata kuno musazvirambe, kutsinhira ngoma daira…mukwambo ndini vamwe madziyamoto.

Alexio was involved in a double road accident mid-December last year and he is currently recovering at home.

On the song he extracted lines off Chinx ‘Cde Chinx’ Chingaira’s Zvikomborero.

Zvazvinhu is a single off his upcoming sixth album which is set to be released either in April or May.

Alexio has won five awards in the past (three NAMA and two ZIMAS).

He rose to fame through the song Amai for his group compilation album by Shamiso Entertainment which became the third best song of the year 2000.

His first album Usazondisiya had the hit songs Kumba Kwenyu and the epic song Ndinomhanya, which became an anthem on the airwaves.

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