Shinsoman promises explosive third album

HARARE - Zimdancehall star Shinsoman says his 15-track third album to be released at the end of this month will once again demonstrate his enduring quality.

The Tasangana Zvidhakwa singer, who last released an album two years ago, laughed off claims that he is now lagging behind fellow Zimdancehall stars like Killer T, Soul Jah Love and Seh Calaz.

“Isu hatipere zvekumhanya, tinopera tafa. I am still here; it’s just that I have been working on the album for the past two months. The album does not have a name yet but it will carry 15 songs.

“I am featuring other artistes including Yoz, BG, Geez, Mel B, Junior Brown on the song Matombo Muhwahwa,” said the former Dynamos Football Club junior player.

Shinsoman, who was born Romeo Anthony, added that the forthcoming album would feature both new and old songs.

“Fifteen songs are not too much as I will also include several singles that are already on the market. I am still deciding which ones but definitely there are new and already released songs,” he said.

Shinsoman released his debut album in 2011 titled Mudhara Kubva Kudhara, a 17-track album that featured Cindy and Extra Large.

He then came up with an equally successful 10-track album titled No doubt in 2013.

Last year, the Highfield-bred artiste landed an endorsement deal with Black Opal Cosmetics Zimbabwe.

Under the deal Shinsoman is supposed to do shows and jingles for the globally-recognised cosmetics brand as well as coming up with the theme song for the Black Opal Face of Zim (Bofoz).

The Hatichabatike hit-maker was discovered by producer Joe Machingura in 2007 during the CBZ Academy Talent Show.

One of the highlights of his career was in 2013 when his hit Mawaya Waya won the Best Song of the Year award at the Zimdancehall Awards.

Shinsoman’s hit songs include Mhamha Devante, Mawaya Waya, Pamakati, Hatichabatike and Ndakupenga.

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