DweezyB­woi Won­der strikes gold in SA

Sunday News (Zimbabwe) - - Front Page -

A DREAM doesn’t be­come re­al­ity through magic. It takes sweat, de­ter­mi­na­tion and hard work.

These words can be the best to de­scribe Dy­lan Nyambe, af­fec­tion­ately known as DweezyB­woi Won­der as he re­cently landed a lu­cra­tive deal in South Africa un­der OneBeat Records.

The 24-year-old, who rose to fame af­ter his siz­zling ex­tended play (EP) Best on Best earned the re­spect of Kid X who once tweeted and said: “Check this boy out from Zimbabwe DweezyB­woi, he is a liv­ing tal­ent.”

“This is some­thing great for me be­cause my hard work and pas­sion for mu­sic is be­ing recog­nised in­ter­na­tion­ally. First it was a tweet from Kid X (South African artiste) now it’s the con­tract deal, it al­ways feels good to rep­re­sent your coun­try and I hope be­ing here will open doors for other artistes,” he said.

He said he believes that his EP Best on Best un­locked a lot of op­por­tu­ni­ties for him.

“I am sure my EP opened big doors for me. With the hype I had on it, even though it was not easy I man­aged to take it to ev­ery ra­dio sta­tion in Zimbabwe. I also got it launched in South Africa at Hill­brow Ra­dio, Ukhozi-FM, Zanj Ra­dio (Ja­maica) and it got blogged by 36Box (Nige­rian blog­ger) as the best EP,” Said Dweezy.

He also said things are marginally dif­fer­ent in South Africa com­pared to Zimbabwe.

“As an artiste you get more ex­po­sure, and there are more op­por­tu­ni­ties this side, they have good pro­mot­ers, lots of shows and I think I am ready to com­pete with the tal­ent that I posses, noth­ing can stop me,” he ex­claimed.

DweezyB­woi Won­der

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