Boomslang partners Drealisee TV

HARARE - Boomslang Production, a video production company owned by Seiraj Khan (Bkay) and Farhaan Khan (Kazz), better known as Bkay and Kaz, has merged with a similar entity called Drealisee Meg TV.

Kazz believes the merger will make it possible to create quality Zimbabwean music videos of international standard.

“We are happy to be merging with Drealisee as we believe when we work as one unit, we are able to utilise each other’s qualities and provide our customers with outstanding services,” he said.

Kazz is convinced that joining forces with Drealisee which has an intimate knowledge of the Zimbabwean market will prove beneficial in the long run.

Drealisee chief executive officer Dennis Chombe told the Daily News that the merged entity will inspire the production of quality music videos in Zimbabwe.

“We realised that the only way to expedite the process (of creating quality videos) was to join forces. We are very confident that it will make a difference,” he said.

Chombe added that Drealisee has gathered considerable experience on the Zimbabwean film scene while Boomslang has a strong bias on the music side.

“The combination between the two is rich for the ear and for the eye. Here are two mutually respecting entities identifying each other’s various specialities and acknowledging that synergising will only result in increasing the standard and shifting the status quo, for the positive, in our beloved Zimbabwe’s entertainment industry. Let the results speak for themselves,” he said.

The merged companies’ first project, which they have already finished working on, is a music video for A-Academy winner, Jonah Sithole’s song Scandal. The video is set to be released early next month.

“The project was filmed by both production companies with the aim of showing the world what Zimbabwe has to offer,” Chombe said.

Sithole has been impressed by the “quality video production offered by the two companies.

“It was such a great experience working with such experienced professionals. The shoot was fun and productive. I’m looking forward to unleashing the finished product to Zimbabweans,” he said.

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