Chanter aims for the stars

23 Nov, 2021 - 11:11 0 Views
Chanter aims for the stars Terrobyte


Entertainment Reporter

MUFAKOSE based Zimdancehall artiste Tinotenda “Terrobyte” Masango says his growth in the music industry is starting to manifest after years of hardwork.

Terrobyte, who is enjoying the success of his song Hossana which is getting airplay on local radio stations, said 2021 has been his most successful year.


In an interview with H-Metro Entertainment & Lifestyle, the 23-year-old said he is delighted with the progress he is making.


“I feel elated to notice that my music is penetrating the streets and I am also becoming popular in my area while being played on rotation on local radio stations.


“This is so motivating, my track Hossana seems to be the successful track since I started my musical journey in 2015.


“There are also tracks like Hakuna Mukadzi Akadaro and Moto Wabaka that are also doing well in the streets as they have been well received,” said Terrobyte.


Terrobyte’s dream is to emulate Winky D and Jah Prayzah.


“My wish is to make it big in the music Industry.


“I want to be recognised in the continent and beyond like Winky D and Jah Prayzah.


“Raising my flag high for good reasons is what I want to do. I feel I can do it and I am seeing that potential in me,” he said.


Terrobyte started his music career in 2015 and he records with Bingu Village Studios in Mufakose.


He works with his crew called Federations alongside DJ Diblo and is managed by his father who is based in Kwekwe.

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