Tony D, Juicer Mpos­tori unite

The Manica Post - - Education/entertainment - Lib­erty Dube En­ter­tain­ment Cor­re­spon­dent

TWO of Mutare’s finest mu­si­cians Tony D and Juicer Mpos­tori have re­leased two po­ten­tially hit songs ti­tled “Mu­rudo” and “Meyo Kwinjo” as they step up ef­forts to pop­u­larise their brands be­yond borders.

Tony D who boasts more than a decade in the mu­sic fra­ter­nity roped in the equally ex­pe­ri­enced Juicer to re­lease a thought-pro­vok­ing and love bal­lad ti­tled “Mu­rudo”, which en­cour­ages peo­ple in re­la­tion­ships to put love first, stand strong and be pa­tient with each other. Juicer Mpos­tori’s husky voice and Tony D’s silky voice all com­bined in one make the song unique and lis­ten­able. Meyo Kwinjo is a dance­able track pre­sented in a jiti and con­tem­po­rary flair and is a gem ded­i­cated to Cas­tle Lager pre­mier­ship soc­cer league out­fit Ngezi Plat­inum where Tony D is cur­rently based. The two artistes co-coined both songs.

The di­ver­sity will surely scale their sep­a­rate ca­reers to dizzy heights if the sin­gles are well mar­keted. Tony D, whose real name is Robert Ton­doya, re­vealed that they will drop videos for both songs be­fore year end.

“We have so far launched the sin­gles at sev­eral ra­dio sta­tions and the big one will be our launch in Mutare at lead­ing ra­dio sta­tion Di­a­mond FM. We have per­formed at sev­eral hotspots such as Club Ap­ple in Harare and Nor­ton and we aim to pop­u­larise the tracks.

We are happy with the re­sponse we have re­ceived so far and we are plan­ning some­thing spe­cial for our beloved Mutare when we present the sin­gles. Col­lab­o­rat­ing with Juicer is quite a re­mark­able de­vel­op­ment. He is a tal­ented guy whose artis­tic prow­ess is up there. He is a creative artiste whom I will con­tinue to work with,” said the Taxi Driver hit­maker.

Tony D, who is the founder of Zim dance­hall sta­ble, Dance­hall Great­est Records, said he re­cently re­leased sin­gles “Ca­lypso” and “Nginde Nginde”, which are Christ­mas pre­sents for his fans.

“The re­lease of th­ese four sin­gles marks the come­back of Dance­hall Great­est Records. We will con­tinue to record and re­lease tracks and make our fans happy. I al­ways en­cour­age my fans and fel­low mu­si­cians to work hard and be re­spon­si­ble en­ter­tain­ers,” he added.

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