TALENTED Zim dancehall chanter, Liquid Yonke, says he is ready to take the music industry by storm.
He is set to release a number of tracks later this month .
Speaking to H-Metro, the Coronavirus singer said he will be in the studio to record some tracks and possibly an album.
“This month, I will be working on a lot of projects so that I do not starve my fans.
“I have been releasing new stuff but now I want to do some projects that will get the attention of many fans,” he said.
Born Bernard Hweta in Chitungwiza, the singer started recording in 2014 when he was still at school.
In 2020, he recorded a fans’ favourite, Wadona Watone Coronavirus, which was an awareness song for the pandemic.
Liquid also hinted on an upcoming album.
“I will not rule out any possibility of an album as I am working on something.
“As l am speaking, l am in the studio working on something.
“It will be a surprise.
“The hurdle has been the issue of studio fees.
“At times it is hard to get such high fees because it is only when you pay hefty amounts that you produce a high quality project,” he said.