Sa­maita read­ies new project, DVD

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

TAL­ENTED lo­cal sun­gura mu­si­cian Brian Sa­maita, af­fec­tion­ately known as Dhewa, who is cur­rently rid­ing high with the al­bum Ri­noonekwa Ne­ma­vanga, has com­pleted the com­pi­la­tion of his DVD al­bum.

The de­but video al­bum will hit the streets end of this month and will com­prise se­lected songs from his pre­vi­ous al­bums. The sun­gura artiste who has man­aged to con­sis­tently re­lease fine al­bums laden with so­cial com­men­tary since wean­ing him­self from Utakataka Ex­press where he was the late Ton­gai Moyo’s close friend, pro­moter and ad­vi­sor said it was all sys­tems go.

“We are ready to un­leash our first ever DVD al­bum. We are also glad to an­nounce that we are on the verge of com­plet­ing record­ing our new al­bum which will fea­ture sev­eral lo­cal gospel and sun­gura artistes. We in­tend to di­ver­sify our mu­sic and win more fans. At least this shows that our brand is grow­ing,” said the Muron­dat­simba Ex­press out­fit leader.

The DVD was shot is scenic ar­eas in East­ern High­lands in Vumba and Nyanga. It fea­tures pro­lific dancers known as sun­gura boys. Videos on DVD were plucked from his pre­vi­ous al­bums namely Tsono, Murodzi Wep­fungwa, Nemiwo Mu­nazvo and Ku­maziva Ndad­zoka.

“It has been a won­der­ful ride and I am im­pressed by the over­whelm­ing sup­port I have been get­ting from my fans, pro­mot­ers such as Kar­tel Pro­mo­tions and Club Man­disa pro­pri­etor Boni­face Nya­man­hindi as well as lo­cal ra­dio sta­tion Di­a­mond FM, which has been very sup­port­ive in pro­mot­ing lo­cal tal­ent,” added the lead guitarist.

Brian Sa­maita

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