Killer T goes for variety

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Killer T goes for variety Killer T

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. . . hails music promoter Boss Werras

 

Rest Mutore, Entertainment Reporter

SUPERSTAR Killer T has engaged six producers to work on his forthcoming album, a move he says is meant to bring variety to his fans.

Titled Inzwai Kuchemawo Mambo, the album which is expected to have 16 tracks, will be released on August 28.

 

Killer T has worked with six producers namely Sunshine, Oskid, Aya T, Levels, Maselo and Cymplex.

 

The Zimdancehall artiste’s manager, Kudzai “Supa” Biston, told H-Metro Entertainment & Lifestyle that they are working on final touches.

 

“The project is almost complete; we are working on final touches. We will announce the exact date of release but it’s coming out this August.

 

“On our previous album, some of the fans cried for diversity because most of the song were produced by one person.

 

“It’s different this time around, we have engaged six producers and the album, barring changes, will carry sixteen songs. We did this so that we bring variety to our fans,” said Supa.

Killer T, currently enjoying rave reviews with the song Handina off Conscious Diary, is also working on videos which will accompany the album.

 

“There are also videos which we intend to release together with the album. Though we will not manage to have videos for all the 16 songs, we will make sure we have visuals for two or three songs.”

 

The project is being bankrolled by popular music promoter Samuel ‘Boss Werras’ Saungweme who has supported a number of local artistes over the years.

Boss Werras is behind Killer T’s forthcoming album

“We want to appreciate the support we are getting from Boss Werras. He has supported us from all angles, financially and even with moral support especially during this Covid-19 period.

 

“He is a man who wants to see artists succeed and we are grateful with the support. We will definitely don’t take that opportunity lightly but do our best to come up with a good project,” said Supa.

 

The chanter, who recently donated food hampers to 20 families in Mbare’s Matapi, said he will continue with his philanthropic work.

 

“The album also touches on people’s day to day struggles and it is also more on inspiration. We have recently handed over food handouts to 20 families.

 

“We want to thank all our partners who continue supporting us and in particular on the Mbare donations, we salute Boss Scott.

 

“He is the one who gave us a number of things that we handed over and we are really humbled.

 

“Through such initiatives, we keep attached to the community outside music,” said Supa.

 

 

 

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