Dotcom unveils second DVD

HARARE - Sungura musician Tendai “Dotcom” Chipara is set to unveil a DVD for his latest album Zvakutapira next month in order to familiarise his face with fans as his album is widely mistaken as one of the late sungura giant Tongai “Dhewa” Moyos projects.

The DVD is going to be Chipara’s second following Kamutambo Kemari which was released last year though it was poorly marketed.

“Zvakutapira DVD is certainly not only going to take Ramangwana Musica to another level but also going to market Zimbabwe as the final destination for tourists.

“The DVD is featuring a number of tourist attraction centres,” said the 29 year old sungura artiste.

A self-confessed Dhewa follower, he revealed that the DVD is going to resemble some of the late Utakataka founder’s projects in a number of ways.

“Dhewa was known for his priceless stage regalia, hence we have adopted his bright colours in the DVD and I am optimistic that fans are going to love it,” said Chipara.

Chipara said he is releasing the DVD to make his face familiar with fans considering that most people mistake his album to one of Dhewa’s projects.

Chipara announced his arrival on the cut throat music industry in 2011 with debut album Marwadzo which comprises of six tracks before releasing Manyemwe a seven track-album in 2012. Last year he released his breakthrough album Ngwarawo which saw the artiste touring Australia where he staged about six concerts.
 

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