By Mary Doma.
Harare, Zimbabwe. (News Of The South) – Following a great reception of his first track released earlier this year, fast rising artist Terrence Kwenda a.k.a Terry will on September 4 drop a new single titled Pamuromo pane pamuromo.
The track which features popular guitarist Norman Masamba is a motivational song.
“The song talks about how to encourage people to work no matter what other people might say to affect the work progress,” said Kwenda.
“Hapana chinouya wakarara,shanda hama”, he said.
The single will be released online on sound cloud, YouTube and it will be shared via Terry’s official Facebook page.
The artist who is in his debut year as a professional musician has been making waves with his recent release, Mwana waRameki which features Diana Samkange aka Mangwenya.
Mwana waRameki which is trending on radio and social media.
Of his sudden rise in the local Afro jazz scene, Tery said the industry lacks variety.
“The industry lacks a variety of unique and originality so it was not that hard for me to penetrate as I have my own sound different to many,” he said.
“I sing Afro Jazz with a twist because I fuse it with Zimbabwean traditional music rhythms hat is Mhande ,jerusarema,mbakumba,chinyambera blending them with modern day sounds to cut across generations,” he explained.
Kwenda pleaded for an ear from the local audience.
“I believe we are as good as United States and South African artists , we just need your support so that we can further develop and spread our culture so that we can spread our wings far and wide,” said Terrence.
Meanwhile, Terrence is working on his debut album to be released early next year.
Terrence is not new to the music. He has worked with different musicians the likes of Hope Masike,the Luggards,Victerry and he currently holds a degree in ethnomusicology and he is a lecturer at Zimbabwe College of Music.
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