Mono urges upcoming artistes to seek advice

03 Dec, 2021 - 09:12 0 Views
Mono urges upcoming artistes to seek advice Clive 'Mono' Mukundu

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Brian Matematema

Veteran guitarist Clive “Mono” Mukundu has urged upcoming artistes to seek advice as they pursue their musical journey.

Mukundu was speaking during the launch of Pastor Trust Bangaba’s album titled Ratidzai Kubwinya recently held in the capital.

Pastor Roy

Mono, who was the guest speaker, said it was rare to see upcoming artistes seeking advice from elders.

 

“There is need to know that every nation has its own taste when it comes to music hence the need to maintain rather than adopting that of others.

 

“It’s rarer to see the younger generation coming to seek for advice unlike pastor Roy would come for guidance.

 

“Above all, it’s best for the upcoming to know that every country has its pattern when it comes to music and in this digital era lets create our own music in our own culture,” he said.

 

Pastor Roy said it was his first production and first performance as he was used to church singing.

 

“It was my first time to sing in front of the public and to record for that matter since l was used to praise and worship in the church.

 

“Ratidzai Kubwinya is a prayer to God so that he shows the world his character and nature to deal with the current problems people are facing as he did to Daniel in the lion’s den,” he said.

 

The five-track album was recorded and mastered at Valmix studios and comprises of songs such as Ratidzai Kubwinya, Ndoda Kufamba Nemi, Kana Tikadana, God of excellence and the Our father.

 

It was produced by Valentine Chigova.

 

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