ZIM dancehall chanter, Sylvester “Freeman” Chizanga, says consistency has kept him in the game since he first burst onto the scene.
Freeman was number one on the Power FM end-of-year chart show with his track Pombi.
“Without consistency, I would have been forgotten in this music industry,” he told H-Metro.
“Our market needs to always stay entertained with their favourite artistes.
“It’s hard to maintain the fan base while you are quiet.
“This is the reason I always make sure I release something for my fans every year.
“I will keep on making music and staying relevant till I make it big like some of our respected legends in our music industry.
“My fans have become used to getting music from me every year.
“Since last year was a difficult one, in terms of shows and losing our dear ones, I want to make sure I do big things and do better than last year.
“I want to satisfy my fans and top charts on a lot of radio stations, unlike what I did last year, topping only on one station.”
Freeman is one of the established Zim dancehall artists.
He shot to fame with his track ‘Joina City’ between 2010 and 2011.
From there, Freeman never stopped making music as he is on record as saying he wants to emulate Winky D.