Kapfupi features on Zimdancehall song

HARARE - Comedian Freddy “Kapfupi” Manjalima has collaborated with an upcoming Zimdancehall musician based in Epworth on the song, Kutenderera.

Kapfupi told the Daily News that he feels obliged to help upcoming talent, hence his working with Mike “Whisper” Moyo on his song.

“Yes, I collaborated with the young man as I want to help promote upcoming talent. He requested for my help, it is his song.

“I believe he is talented because my theory is; anyone who can speak can sing.

“I did my usual comic style on his song and I wish him all the best.

“I have collaborated with Mostaff before, two years ago, I can work with anyone who requests for my help,” he said.

Whisper, 19, said the song talks about hardships and is presented in a comic way.

“Kapfupi is my cousin on my mother’s side. I started music in 2015 and I have been trying to make an impact on the industry since then.

“This is my eighth song and I have recorded with various studios.

“On this particular song I recorded with a producer called Equation from Equation Studios.

“Currently, I am doing music only and I live with my brother.

“I would like to pursue my studies but I am financially hindered.

“I have 10 ‘O’ Levels and would like to go to university,” he said.

Other songs include Kure Sei, Kushaura, Pukuta Misodzi, Chivendor and Mbaura.

Kapfupi also said he will be releasing a new DVD in a month’s time.

“If God allows, we will release new material which is currently in production.

“I have mixed music, comedy and drama in a different way from my usual style,” he said.

Other Kapfupi productions include Notorious Kapfupi (part one to six), What Goes Around Comes Around and Wrong Bag among others.

Comments (1)

it is so nice and refreshing when artistes share together. This is one thing lacking in the entertainment industry. Good for the young Mike who collaborated with the humble artiste Freddie. Keep up this spirit and work together to uplift the young ones.

david nhawu - 15 June 2016

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