20 July 2017
Music fans in the United Kingdom are in for a treat when urban grooves artiste Ngonidzashe Kambarami performs in the country on August 26.
The Mabvuku bred singer will share the stage with Heavy K, Titan and popular Zim dancehall sound Judgement Yard in Birmingham.
In an interview, Kambarami could not hide his elation following his invitation to the Queendom for the second time.
“It’s my second time to hold a show in the United Kingdom and I can’t wait for the show.
“I promise yet another polished act as I perform in UK. It’s an opportunity for me to revive my name on the international scenes.
“My songs won hearts of many between 2003 and 2012. The show comes as a boost to the urban grooves genre.
“It’s an opportunity to market our Zim music as well as mixing and mingling with fans who are abroad.
“It gives me a zeal to continue delivering entertaining stuff,” he said.
He added: “I am also working on the videos for my latest album which was released this year.
“I am also humbled by the response which my music is getting.”
Similar sentiments were echoed by Kambarami’s international manager TapiwaTapera.
“We are giving musicians an opportunity to showcase their talent on international scenes.
“Kambarami’s appeals to people who are in diaspora and I am confident this show will take people back to the memory lane of beautiful Zimbabwe.”
Meanwhile, Kambarami is working on a new song where he is collaborating with Namibian award-winning musician Chocho.
To date, Kambarami has five albums to his credit namely Ndinoimba released in 2003, Angu Mashoko (2004), Idenderedzwa (2007), Ngonie Still (2010) and the latest Werudo Ungamudii.