Tariro ex­presses new re­la­tion­ship in

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment - Bongani Ndlovu Show­biz Correspondent

AFRO Soul mu­si­cian Tariro Ne­git­are says she has found God who has made her whole, declar­ing her up­com­ing al­bum ‘Beau­ti­fully Bro­ken’ would ex­press her new found re­la­tion­ship.

Tariro Ne­git­are (real name Tariro Ruzvidzo) was in the city over the week­end for a show.

She said she made the de­ci­sion to leave her old life last year, af­ter she launched her sec­ond al­bum Chipo Changu.

“I launched my al­bum Chipo Changu on my 30th birth­day and it was a beau­ti­ful launch, which friends sup­ported. I re­mem­ber get­ting home that night, tears of joy started streak­ing down my cheeks and then I asked my­self why I feel empty,” said Tariro Ne­git­are.

“I then asked God if He wanted me to pur­sue my ca­reer He should show me the way. From then on God started work­ing in me and doors started open­ing and re­new­ing my mind.”

Tariro Ne­git­are, who di­vorced about four years ago, said ever since she made the de­ci­sion doors have been open­ing for her.

“I left a lot of bad sit­u­a­tions, bad friends and re­la­tion­ships just things that com­pro­mised my hap­pi­ness. I’ve come to the de­ci­sion that if it’s some­thing that doesn’t make me happy it shouldn’t be in my life,” said Tariro Ne­git­are.

“It’s go­ing to be an al­bum show­ing me dy­ing to my­self and align my­self to what God’s word says. I’ve been beau­ti­fully bro­ken to be a bet­ter per­son, a new and ma­ture prod­uct and an artiste that is con­scious of their sur­round­ings.” Turn­ing to her per­sonal life Tariro Ne­git­are said she was proud that her daugh­ter loves ex­press­ing her­self in mu­sic. “It’s fas­ci­nat­ing see­ing her sing some of my mu­sic al­though I wouldn’t want her to get into the in­dus­try but I think she’s headed that di­rec­tion. She’s very ex­pres­sive, more ex­pres­sive than me be­cause she comes from an artis­tic home and we let her ex­press her artis­tic be­ing to the fullest. I’m very cu­ri­ous to see how she’ll turn out,” said Tariro Ne­git­are. The Uripi hit maker will this week make her way to Ger­many for a tour from July 28 to Au­gust 4.

SELF-pro­claimed fi­first lady of Zim­babwe House mu­sic TKP shares cake with fans dur­ing her 25th birth­day cel­e­bra­tions at Hori­zon Night Club on Satur­day evening

Tariro Ne­git­are

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