Zhakata, Chipfumo perform in Chivi

HARARE - Zora artiste Leonard Zhakata and his backing group, Zimbabwe All Stars will perform in Masvingo and Zvishavane this week in a move meant to popularise his latest album Mutunga Dzese.

The Mugove hit-maker is billed to perform at Ritz Night Club in Masvingo tonight before dating Warehouse in Zvishavane on Saturday.

On Sunday, he will be joined by Progress Chipfumo at Mudamburi Gardens at Chivi Growth Point.

Zhakata’s latest album is currently topping Radio Zimbabwe Coca Cola Top Hits with three tracks occupying the top three positions.

Meanwhile, Zhakata recently responded to critics who view his latest studio album Mutunga Dzese as far below his standard.

The Zora star, through his manager Ben Zhakata, said they accept and consider all forms of criticism for them to come up with a better project in future.

“What is important to us is that those who have liked the latest product have demonstrated their satisfaction by voting for songs from the album such as Madam Boss and Zvine Mwaka.

“Zhakata is the man of the moment on local radio charts, including Radio Zimbabwe Coca Cola Top Hits programme as we speak,” said Ben.

Just before launching the album, Zhakata told this publication that he has tried his best on the album to please most of the fans.

“I have catered for all tastes in the forthcoming album. Fans have been asking us to revert to the old fast beat that took Zora music to dizzy heights in the 1990s, and we have responded by bringing back the old bit, the current beat and creating new material altogether.

“I can tell you, the album will be my best and it is going to impress our old, current and potential followers,” Zhakata said then.

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