Quality collaborates with Savanfriq

Budding Zimdancehall chanter Quality Mashasha has collaborated with Afro-fusion group Savanfriq on the single Kumagumo.

The single and video is found on YouTube and other social media platforms.

“This is our first collaboration and we are planning to do more in the near future. After the single, we are now working on the collaboration album,” Mashasha said.
The Benza brothers-sponsored single was released last week together with the video.
Savanfriq is made up of two sisters — Savannah Nsompa and Ephrical Munemo — who spent lengthy periods in neighbouring Botswana.
“We grew up in Botswana where we did degrees in law and marketing. However, we chose to put our careers on ice to pursue our music passion.
“The response we are getting in the country is amazing and we promise to continue working hard in terms of live performances,” Munemo said.
Meanwhile, Benza Brothers — Tariro and Tafadzwa — who made their name in the education and sports sectors through their Herentals Group of Colleges, are doing wonders in the music industry, of late.
In order to help upcoming musicians realise their dreams in life, the two brothers founded Mabrothers Entertainment Company which focuses on identifying, nurturing and promoting young artistes.
The company has signed a number of Zimdancehall musicians such as Lindsay, Quality and wheel spinner Charly B, among others.
“The idea is to give financial support to our musicians such that they can compete on an international scale,” Tariro Benza said.
“Zimbabwe is awash with talent but what is lacking is financial support. The company strives to promote local musicians through rendering financial help in recording, music marketing and facilitating synergies with other big musicians in and outside the country,” Tariro said.
Lindsay and Quality charmed the Benza brothers after they featured on Mabrothers Riddim that was produced by PTK last year.
“A number of Zimdancehall musicians featured on the riddim but Lindsay and Quality were outstanding hence getting an opportunity to sign a one-year renewable contract with us,” he said.
The project is not for profit.
“The idea is to empower artistes to realise their dreams in life. That’s all we want to achieve.
“We dream to see Zimdancehall musicians invited to perform in Jamaica not vice versa,” said Tariro.

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