SOUTH Africa based crooner Davitah Chimombe has started the new year 2021 with a bang. Davitah, son to the late music legend James Chimombe, has released a refreshing single titled Moyo Wangu, a precursor to his forth-coming album.
The crooner has shown that he is capable of following in his father’s footsteps following the release of the single off his forthcoming album Chakuma.
In an interview with H-Metro, Davitah said the single was long overdue and he decided to release it at the start of the New Year so that he can cement his name in the music industry.
“The better part of 2020 I was working on a lot of projects and I then decided to give my fans a sneak preview on what to expect from my upcoming album.
“I had to delay the release of my album because I want to perfect my music and I want to take the music industry by storm and I believe this project will be a hit,” he said.
Prior to the release of his new single, Davitah who is very eager to make a name for himself in the music industry has been getting valuable experience working with different musicians such as Dino Mudondo, Willom Tight, Pamela ‘Gonyeti’ Zulu, Allan Chimbetu and the Amadamara hitmaker Freddie Gwala.
“Working with different musicians has been helpful for me as I am growing as a musician.
“My wish is to reach my father’s level, though I know it is indeed a huge task,” he said.
As many musicians are struggling due to the ongoing global pandemic Covid-19, Davitah has urged other musicians to be creative and use social media platforms to market their work.
“This pandemic has been hard on us as musicians, so I believe as artiste we have to be creative and come up with different ways of marketing ourselves and make sure our music reaches our fans.
“We are living in the modern world where there is social media, so we have to use those platforms to market our music and products.
Let’s not just sit and cry all the time. We should be innovative,” he said.