Mutambi launches album

HARARE - Zimbabwe Music Crossroads protégé Simon Mutambi will unveil his sixth album Zviri Pasi Pedenga tomorrow at City Sports Bar in Harare.

City Sports Bar manager Yasin Dhala said his joint is happy to host Mutambi’s album launch.

“Mutambi is like our son hence we are pleased to be part of the programme. The day will be his,” Dhala said.

Mutambi was the first sungura artiste to perform at Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa) and has confirmed that his new product Zviri Pasi Pedenga is ripe for the market.

“Last year, we made a significant impact on showbiz, where we were on second position on Coca- Cola Radio Zimbabwe Top 50 and the response we are getting from fans is encouraging.

“As a result, we do not want to let down our fans hence we are giving them another gem on Wednesday,” said the Cobra Kings front man.

The Beatrice-based bassist and vocalist will be supported by a number of local artistes, including sungura musician Romeo Gasa among others.

Those who follow Mutambi are now familiar with most of the songs on the album which include the potential hit Maporofita that urges prophets not to lead followers astray.

He also performed songs such as Mukadzi Akanaka, Kapfupi and Rhoda Mutsvuku much to the appreciation of the crowd.

Mutambi’s popular album was Zvese Ndezvako which comprises songs such as Mukadzi Akanaka, Ndinodzoka Chete and Kana Uchindivenga among others.

The sungura musician is not new to City Sports Bar as he usually showcases at the joint where he has shared the stage with a number of artistes such as Kireni Zulu, Ngosimbi Crew, Zhekezheke Express, Chirandu, Top Sungura, Progress Chipfumo, Tete Pipilo, Benjamin Chidewe and Nyasha Mugari among others, especially during the Monday jam sessions.

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