Primrose Chikanya, Entertainment Reporter
POPULAR sungura musician First Farai says he is not scared of competition after he recently released his 17th album titled Dzinodhonza Ngoro.
Pointing at the current man of the moment , First Farai said will not lose focus.
“Our music is different, I sing sungura and my main messages are love and social commentary yet Mambo Dhuterere sings gospel and his music focuses on the Christian way of living,” he said.
Now in his early 40s, the singer reckons his latest offering is a contender to best album of the year after some rotational airplay on National FM and Radio Zimbabwe.
“It seems like my album is going to be the best album of the year because it’s only two weeks after the release and now it has already spread everywhere.
“Most music lovers are requesting for my songs and as I see it my album is the most talked about at the moment,” he said.
The musician who says to have been inspired by Leonard Dembo and Tongai Moyo declined the claims he has gone quiet musically.
“I was never quiet since I have released other albums lately, but they did not come out well like this one has done.
“We are going to maximize shows to continue to market off the album and we are working on a DVD of this album now all to my fans and to everyone who supported me,” he told H-Metro.
His album carries five tracks namely I have Moved On, Kochekera, Mguva Inonetsa, Mbudzi Inodya Payakasungirirwa and the title track Dzinodhonza Ngoro.