Afro pop singer says it’s hard to get spotlight

06 Oct, 2022 - 00:10 0 Views


Natasha Mbewe

RISING Zim Afro pop artist, Anyway “MC Breezy” Paul, says it’s not easy to win recognition.

He feels the media tends to ignore the emerging artists.

However, the 26-year-old crooner is upbeat he will make it to the top.

To date, the artist has released two singles, namely Anything For You and Shaina, but they haven’t generated a lot of views.

“I am a singer by blood, it runs through my veins but the media hasn’t noticed me, that’s why I’m not famous even though I’m more talented than other popular artists.

“I wish to become like other great singers and also perform on big stages. I would like to collaborate with the likes of ExQ, Nutty O and Tamy Moyo.”

He added: “DJ Tamuka and DJ Oskid are also some of the producers I would want to work with.. If DJ Tamuka or Oskid sign me, it would be a dream come true since we get overlooked.

“To upcoming artists, keep working hard, music is not a game and keep fighting for your dreams.”

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