AFRO jazz sensation Chipo Muchegwa and Terry Gee are tight buddies.
The duo, which has defied disability, is gearing for the release of its new single titled Zimusoro.
It will be released later this month.
Chipo composed the song, which will be accompanied by a video.
According to Chipo, the song delves into the complexities of falling in love and the challenges faced in relationships.
Having made a name for herself in the music industry, Chipo continues to impress with her powerful vocals despite being disabled.
She believes her upcoming release will catch the imagination of the public.
Speaking to H-Metro, Chipo hailed fans and various stakeholders for their faith in her music.
“The song Zimusoro is just a teaser of more to come from me.
“I have other exciting projects on the horizon, including collaborations with a number of big artists, among them Fidel Country Boy.
“The track will definitely receive widespread acclaim, showcasing our seamless musical chemistry and ability to create catchy tunes that resonate with our audiences,” she said.
One aspect, which sets Chipo apart, is her incredible strength and determination, as she navigates the industry as a disabled artist.
“I will continue doing my best to empower other musicians who need my expertise as their role model,” she said.