TENDAI Dembo’s handlers reckon marriage has changed the Barura Express leader’s focus for the better.
The 35-year-old, who is battling to keep his late father Leonard Dembo’s legacy alive, was the only single man in the band for close to a decade.
The guitarist is believed to have changed his attitude when he got married two years ago.
To celebrate his marriage and stability, which has made him a force to reckon with, he will launch his new single titled ‘Mukaranga,’ tonight at Players Nite Club.
The single is a dedication to his wife who has changed him to be the better person he is now.
Speaking to H-Metro, through his manager Clive Zenda, his camp believes Tendai made the right move by getting married.
“Tendai Dembo has improved a lot after getting married to his wife of two years.
“We have seen some positives ever since he settled because he now understands responsibility.
“On Thursday, he will launch his single at Players Nite Club named Mukaranga as a way of appreciating his wife.
“The song is a dedication to all women who have changed their husband’s lives for the better,” he said.
Zenda believes Tendai now understands the value of the brand he carries on his shoulders.
“Leonard Dembo was a great man and it takes a real man to be able to maintain the standards.
“Of course, he might not meet his father’s standards but, at least, he is doing something.
“We urge our fans to show up in numbers and support their boy.
“He has matured a lot and he deserves our support to ensure that he realises his potential.”
Tendai, who has gone separate ways with his troublesome brother Morgan, has managed to stand the heat in sungura.
The only concern is that many people still compare him to his late father.
Meanwhile, Tendai is billed to share the stage at Kule’s Bar in Harare tomorrow.
On the same night, at around midnight, he will travel to Mhangura for another show at Seven Million Club.
He will share the stage with Jacob Moyana in Mhangura.