Bindura musician releases DVD album

HARARE - Upcoming Bindura-based Afro-jazz musician Partson Never Nguruve has released a DVD compilation album titled Panyaya Dzerudo.

He says the album was poised to rubber-stamp his authority in the music industry.

Nguruve, popularly known as Patso, in the musical dome, is determined to put the small mining town of Bindura on the musical map just like what the late Tongai Moyo did with Kwekwe.

“Releasing a DVD compilation album is a milestone in my musical career and it is my wish to put my home town (Bindura) in the limelight in terms of music,” said the 35-year-old artiste.

The DVD album is made up of 12 videos including Panyaya Dzerudo, Chipoko, Idya Mari and Kumafaro, among others.

The videos reflect the beauty of Bindura and are getting good air play on the local television station, ZTV.

“I am very grateful to the airplay I am receiving from ZBC so far. I hope this will help us to be known in the country hence it will be easier for us to get sponsorship from well wishers as we are struggling to raise money for instruments,” he said.

Born and bred in Bindura, Nguruve’s musical career started in 2005 when he formed the musical outfit Rythm Africa before winning the Chibuku Road To Fame regional competition in 2007.

“We won the Chibuku Road To Fame competition in 2007 in Gleendale and the competition was held between two provinces that is Mashonaland Central and Mashonaland West.

“However the final award was won by Romeo Gasa in Harare,” he said.

During the same year (2007), Nguruve released his first and only album Kurarama before concentrating on releasing singles.

In his musical career, Nguruve has shared the stage with most celebrated artistes such as Alick Macheso, Peter Moyo, Progress Chipfumo and Jah Prayzah among others.

Comments (1)

I feel proud to hear that we have youngster from this small town coming up in the MUSIC industry. keep it up mufana we will support you until you grow

Casper Rajabo - 17 June 2014

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