14 May 2018
UPCOMING Afro jazz musician, Liberty Gwishiri, has collaborated with songbird Pah Chihera on his single titled Gitare.
Better known as Sir VeMagitare, the Epworth bred artiste said their track is a love song that pictures two lovebirds telling each other about their undying love for each other.
The song was produced by Gabz Morgan of Back Ground Studios.
“The song Gitare is about a boy and a girl who are in love and are expressing to each other how much they mean so much to each other and will stay together in the bad and good times.
“It’s a song we did for the love birds and hopefully they will enjoy it,” said Gwishiri.
The 27-year-old singer, who is also a teacher by profession, added:
“It was a great joy getting into the studio with Pah Chihera and I am glad we came up with a good song.
“It was a dream come true for me because I have always been an admirer of Pah Chihera’s works.
“Her voice portrays the real African lady and I felt that we would come up with something good.
“Many thanks go to my family and friends for their support.”
Apart from this song, he said he is also working on an EP to be released in three months’ time which will feature the likes of Terry Africa on the potential hit song Type yako.
Liberty said he recorded his first single in 2008 titled “Kubvira zuva”.