Shin­so­man back with a bang

The Herald (Zimbabwe) - - Front Page - Re­becca Kabaya Arts Correspondent

DANCE­HALL chanter Shin­so­man (real name Romeo An­thony, pic­tured left) is try­ing his best to get his groove back, with hopes pinned on re­cently re­leased sin­gle “Kut­sot­sonya”.

The “Maway­awaya” hit-maker had ap­par­ently taken a back seat in the genre be­ing dom­i­nated by new names.

Recorded at Ice-Rose Stu­dios and pro­duced by Nox Guni’s brother, Tif­fah, the song strays from the Zim­dance­hall mono­tone syn­ony­mous with Shin­so­man.

Shin­so­man said the song is more dance­able com­pared to his pre­vi­ous songs.

“I hope my fans will like the song be­cause it is dif­fer­ent from all the songs I have done be­fore. The sound is dif­fer­ent and good which makes it a song that ev­ery­one can dance to”, he said.

Ex­plain­ing the lyrics. Shin­so­man said he did the song to show love to his wife and the track is meant to show that peo­ple can do any­thing for their loved ones.

The mu­si­cian is cur­rently work­ing on the video which is ex­pected for re­lease by end of the month.

Speak­ing on his seem­ingly fal­ter­ing­ca­reer, Shin­so­man said he has been con­cen­trat­ing on live shows than re­leas­ing songs.

“Last year I was fo­cus­ing on per­form­ing my old mu­sic than re­leas­ing new songs. But this year I ex­pect to de­liver more qual­ity videos and songs to my fans,” he said.

Shin­so­man is not the only Zim­dance­hall mu­si­cian who has been el­bowed by new tal­ent, with fel­low stars strug­gling to get back in the game.

Only time will tell if he can spring a sur­prise and re­gain his mojo.

On the pos­i­tive side, the “Hanzi Ndaku­penga” hit-maker will be trav­el­ling to Canada for a per­for­mance next month.

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