Macheso new album runs out in Masvingo

​ BRILLIANT MUKARO MASVINGO - Macheso's new album is a sought after commodity. Copies had run out in Masvingo on the second day after ...


- Macheso's new album is a sought after commodity. Copies had run out in Masvingo on the second day after its release (Wednesday).
Vendors told Mirror reporters that the album was selling like hot cakes.
The album will certainly be a national anthem over the Easter holidays.
Meanwhile Sungura maestro and Red Cross Society's Goodwill Ambassador Alick Macheso (pictured left) popularly known as Baba Sharo in the entertainment circles will take his latest and 10th officially recorded album, Tsoka Dzerwendo, to the sprawling Growth Point of Chivi on Easter Monday at Mudamburi Gardens. Tsoka Dzerwendo, a hugely anticipated peace,  is set to revamp Macheso's musical career which had gone on the 'brick' of late and is set to be marketed by Jave Zimbabwe a reputable music promotion company that have put Jah Prayzah on the map.
Lucky Macheso who spoke on behalf of Ochestra Mberikwazvo confirmed to The Mirror in a telephone interview. He promised that there will be fireworks at the Growth Point as the sungura ace will be out to prove that sungura is still alive and that he is still the 'Sungura guru'.
 "We are promising great things, we want to give our fans a rare treat. Apart from being the great sungura outfit, we have totally new things at hand. Everything has a new flavour even the dancing style has a new twist. Our fans must brace up for the best, they are going to see it for themselves on Monday," said a cheerful Macheso.
He also said the fans will have the opportunity to buy the latest CD which will be sold at the venue and all Nash Paints and Red Cross offices countrywide. The CDs will be sold for a US$1 in order to counter piracy which is negatively affecting the music industry.
Many people have been waiting for the album after his last release Kure kwe Kure in 2012 which was regarded as a flop according Tafadzwa hitmaker's standards. Baba Sharo then went sabbatical for four years following the departure of his key band members Noel Nyazanda, Franco 'Slomo' Dakah, Obert Gomba and Jonasi Kasamba who went to establish their own outfit Orchestra Kwazvose, better known as "Rebels" which has since collapsed over leadership disputes.
Lucky Macheso also confirmed that the "rebels" are back at Mberikwazo and they are raring to go.
 "The guys are all back with a bang and they will prove to the fans that they are the best in the showbiz industry," he added.entertainment news



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The Mirror: Macheso new album runs out in Masvingo
Macheso new album runs out in Masvingo
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