Trust Khosa, Assistant News Editor
Australia based crooner Mabasa “Bazuka” Ziyambi has described Freeman as a joy to work with and urged him to remain focused.
Freeman and Selmor are some of the artistes currently on a tour of Australia with Bazuka.
To date, they have performed in two cities Brisbane and Sydney with the last round of gigs slated for Melbourne and Perth this weekend.
And in a short space of time that Bazuka has worked with Freeman, he described the HKD boss as a marvel to work with owing to his professionalism.
“Freeman is one of the most adorable young fellas out there. All the promoters here describe him as a rare kind especially that he possess talent and maturity which is rare in most artists.
“I enjoyed his company before and after his show in Sydney. He is man of the moment but I love the fact that he carries himself with respect of everyone around. He is such a rare talent in my opinion,” he said.
Bazuka said he would not hesitate collaborating with the Dancehall Doctor who enjoys rave reviews with his current hit song Ngaibake featuring Alick Macheso.
The song has also raised his stakes with some already claiming it will contest for the song of the year category.
And collaborating with Freeman is one of the moves he would accept considering his profile.
“Definitely, musician big or small would grab that opportunity with both hands. He is a young man so devoted to his work and has so much respect outside work,” he said.
Despite being adored in Australia, Bazuka said he has also learnt a lot from Freeman and Selmor.
“They taught me to remain focused and to never give up. Give your best and never listen to those trying to spoil major events.
“I have also learnt to engage with everyone including those negative about you. I also learnt well prepared stage work and good way of engaging with fans during their performances,” he added.
Meanwhile, Bazuka is ready for the festive season where he is set to release more videos as a Christmas present.