SUNGURA musician Herbert Majeke says competition is a very good driving force for quality music.
The singer, who launched his 15th album, ‘Mboma Pasi Petsoka,’ last week, believes in having more competition to produce better music which will appeal to a variety of audiences.
The Takashinga Stars band frontman is not a novice in the music industry.
“I launched my album at a function which was attended by musicians who give me the energy to work extra hard and not to rest until I get somewhere better.
“Having competition in this industry helps us as artists to produce good music which has quality.
“Look at musicians like Mark Ngwazi, Peter Moyo, Simon Mutambi, Madzibaba, Baba Harare, they are very competitive.
“The launch of my album is a milestone in my musical career as it is giving me a way forward and helps me to perfect my music and make it appealing to my fans.”
The album ‘Mboma Pasi Petsoka,’ was produced by veteran producer Bothwell Nyamhondera.
“On this album, I worked with Aaron Tom, Obert Gomba, Fedius Nyika, Chris Jack, Antony Gasani and Bothwell Nyamhondera.
“The whole album touches on societal issues which affect ordinary people.
“I did my best, Progress Chipfumo came with his band and it went well.”
Some of the songs on the album include Chatikwatara, Dry Mouth, Gara Pasi Udzikame, Kuundura, Chando Chiriko ft Fahem Somanje and a bonus track Gotsi Raforomani, featuring Nicholas Zakaria.