Brick & Lace's Nyanda to tour Zim

HARARE - Brick & Lace’s Nyanda and South Africa-based rap star Gigi Lamayne, who featured on the Club ‘E’ presenter/producer Miss V Candy’s debut song titled Mayhem, are expected in Harare at the end of April.

Miss V Candy, who also featured American music star Kat Dahlia on the yet-to-be-released song, told the Daily News the duo was coming to participate in the production of a video for Mayhem.

“The song will be released at the end of April and it will be on all major international radio stations. Nyanda and Gigi are coming to Zimbabwe last week of April for the video shoot and that’s when we will also launch the song at the event we have titled the Mayhem Night,” Miss V Candy said.

The Power FM presenter/producer added that, Mayhem will be included on her forthcoming album to be produced by Club ‘E’ co-producer and presenter Marc T Mandisoul.

“The album — Candy Diaries will be released end of year. The song (Mayhem) will be on mine and Nyanda’s album as well,” she said.

Miss V Candy, who aspires to be the “country’s foremost media mogul,” is happy with the success Club ‘E’ has been registering.

“Club ‘E’ is now being shown in Kenya and Nigeria on KTN and NTV respectively. We are taking the African route and also commercialising more and more. It has been running on KTN and NTV for close to two months.

“We are also doing the “Presenter Search Zimbabwe” and the winner gets to be the official presenter of Club ‘E’,” she said.

As part of broadening her media operations, Miss V Candy, in partnership with Marc T Mandisoul, has lined up a continental hip-hop competition.

“I am also working on a major television show called Hip-hop Star Africa with Marc (Mandisoul) and Brian Soko (USA-based Zimbabwean producer) to find the next big hip-hop artist to be produced by Grammy award-winning producer Soko.

“It is for BET and MTV Base. We want to take it to Africa not just Zimbabwe and make it even bigger,” she said.


Post a comment

Readers are kindly requested to refrain from using abusive, vulgar, racist, tribalistic, sexist, discriminatory and hurtful language when posting their comments on the Daily News website.
Those who transgress this civilised etiquette will be barred from contributing to our online discussions.
- Editor

Your email address will not be shared.