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SOUTH Africa-based music producer, Mr Brown, says his family comes first.

After setting up Mr Brown Music (MBM) studios in Mt Pleasant, Harare, last year, the 34-year-old’s handlers gave a strong hint that he wanted to settle down in Zimbabwe for good.

He also worked with several local artists on a project dubbed ‘Zim Amapiano Volume 1.’

In an interview with H-Metro yesterday, Mr Brown said:

“I’m  back in South Africa because of family and business commitments there.

“My mother is here in Jo’burg, I stay with my three children and wife so I value my family first.

“I have left some boys who are running the Harare office but, at the moment, I am back here in South Africa.”

He said he would not abandon his roots despite setting up two bases in Harare and Johannesburg.

“As it stands right now, I am running two offices in two countries but I will make some plans to ensure that I cover the two countries well.

“Zimbabwe will always be my home but my family comes first as I indicated earlier on.

“I have signed some Zimbabwean artists there and I can’t afford to abandon them.”

During his brief stint in Zimbabwe, he recorded several projects, including Alick Macheso and Makhadzi’s duet, Shampopo.

He worked with several local artists who include Anita Jackson, Jah Signal, Miss Daisy, Sabastian Magacha and Freeman.

Mr Brown has also produced songs for Buffalo Souljah, Tamy Moyo and Roki.

Mr Brown’s breakthrough came following the release of the song Lazaro featuring Winnie Khumalo.

He has worked with top South African stars who include Master KG, Zandamaz, Zanda Zakuza, Nomcebo, Papa Penny, Kabza de Small, Cassper Nyovest, Big Zulu, Boity, Focalistic and Botswana’s Vee Mampeezy.

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