Bryan K, Mr Kamera promise more

HARARE - Bryan K and acclaimed Zimbabwe-born producer Mr Kamera say their duet, Pamusika, is a foretaste of bigger things they are currently working on.

Pamusika, which was released on November 16, is the first official single for Mr Kamera who has produced music for world-class artistes who include Nigerians Ice Prince, Yemi Alade and Endia as well as South Africans DJ Maphorisa, Ma-E and L-Tido. Interestingly, the song is also Bryan K’s first commercial collaboration.

“You are definitely going to get more music from me and him. The success the song has generated has encouraged us to do more.

“We started the #pamusikachallenge and a lot of people are participating sending videos of themselves singing along to the song and others dancing to it. Pamusika has been received beautifully by the people all around the world,” Bryan K told the Daily News.

The Heavy Machine singer added that the song was making in-roads in the giant Nigerian market.

“It is doing very well in Nigeria. We recently got some shout-outs from some of Africa's finest musicians- Ice Prince and Yemi Alade to name but a few,” said Bryan K.

Mr Kamera, who was born Tatenda Terrence Kamera, is equally effusive about Pamusika and his relationship with Chinhoyi-born Bryan K.

“Pamusika is a song that the people have been waiting for. It's a song that is resonating with Zimbabweans all over the world because of the Pamusika theme,” he told the Daily News from his base in South Africa.

The highly-rated producer is happy to be working with Bryan K.

“I met him through Walter Wanyanya (Bryan K’s manager) who asked me to work on the Heavy Machine remix.

“Since I was already working on Pamusika I thought it would be great for us to also collaborate on this one because Bryan is very good with this kind of vibe. I sent him the song and he did magic,” said Mr Kamera, adding that a new song had already been completed.

According to Bryan K, the song titled Ndoita sei will be released on Friday.

“It was produced by Mr Kamera. I wrote the lyrics and played guitar on the song. I think it is a sound that Africans can identify with and anyone who listens to it will know that it is a song from Africa and if they know their music well they will be able to tell that it's from Zimbabwe,” he said.

The Chinhoyi-born artiste is confident that Ndoita sei will make waves across the continent.

“We have played it for people from different countries and they are loving it so I am sure it will cross borders,” said Bryan K.

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