Edwin Nhukarume, Entertainment Reporter
Musician Hope Masike has penned a song titled Tsubvubone to appreciate and celebrate the black skin.
Masike, who has hinted that the song could be released anytime soon, said the song is about the strong sense of pride in the dark skin without being ashamed of it.
“The song is just an unapologetic, sexy celebration of the beauty of dark-skin.
“Dark-skinned woman, you are so beautiful as you are!
“The song will be released soon, keep watching the space,” Hope Masike told H-Metro.
Masike also informed her followers that Tsubvubone will be accompanied by visuals, and it will be a poetic song with mbira sound thanking God for the beautiful skin.
“New music and video en route! I can’t wait to share Tsubvubone with you.
“It’s a mbira ode to our dark skin, all that melanin magic and just loving who and how God made you! I hope you love it.
“Stay tuned fam. Fun all the way,” posted Masike on social media.
Hope Masike is an Afro jazz artiste who fuses her art with traditional sound that mostly includes mbira.
She has travelled around the world showcasing her music. She is one of the successful female musicians in the country.
Masike also exhibited her talent in poetry as she launched her first poetry book this year titled Ask Me Again.