Song not about my love life: Bryan K

HARARE - Rising star Bryan K says his latest single titled “Forever” has nothing to do with his own love life.

The just-released single, which was produced by Nigerian producer Ckay and mixed and mastered by local producer Simba Tags, is about someone trying to woo back a lost lover.

“The song tells a story about love but more specifically about a friend's relationship which is breaking down. There is always enough blame to go around in such situations,” the Heavy Machine hit-maker told the Daily News.

Bryan K added that he is hopeful that the new song will not only comfort his friend but others facing similar situations.

“After having a conversation with my friend, I wanted to comfort him by attempting to put his feelings into words and add some international Afro-beat flavour so the song could also become an anthem to all couples going through a rough time in their relationships.

“Most of my music comes from personal experiences and those of people I see every day,” he said.

Part of Forever goes: “When I think about the time, all the time we spent together. Only tears come to my eyes I miss you now more than ever. Would you love me once again? I promise I will never do you wrong babe.”

“Forever” has been released barely a month after he dropped his first ever gospel song titled “My Love.” When he released the soulful song, Bryan K said the track had been inspired by disappointments caused by people close to him.

“After being continually disappointed by the people I love, I have decided to also sing about love of a different kind- God’s love. I have realised that God is the only one who has had my back regardless of my shortfalls so I decided to write about his love,” said Bryan K then.

This year, in addition to My Love and Forever, the young artiste released a duet with Zimdancehall star Dobba Don called “Ndopenga.”

Bryan K told the Daily News that he has lined up several singles for release this year.

“I have been working on some good stuff. I have got one song called “Ndoita Sei” which was produced by Mr Kamera. It will be released later this year,” he said.

Bryan K, who announced his arrival on Zimbabwe’s music scene by winning Starbrite Talent Search Competition in 2012, released his debut album titled “Nyaya Dzerudo” two years ago.

But it was his 2016 hit “Heavy Machine” that attracted national and international attention setting the stage for him to collaborate with South Africa-based Zimbabwean music producer, Mr Kamera on the hit “Pamusika.” The track has since been remixed with Nigerian hip-hop artist Ice Prince and Malawian music star Gemini Major being incorporated onto the hit.

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