17 August 2018
ALICK Macheso is not being carried away by the success of his latest album – Dzinosvitsa Kure – and has set focus on the next project.
The sungura kingpin, who is set to stage a family show at Club Las Vegas in Southerton this Sunday, told H-Metro that he always concentrates on the future.
The Sunday show is part of Macheso’s farewell gigs ahead of his tour of South Africa end of this month.
“The time I go into studio for recording and finish, focus shifts to the future, working on something for the next album.
I don’t have time to relax; those who frequent our shows can testify that they can pick new sounds and compositions.
“There is no time to relax, work on the next album has already begun while the fans are enjoying this album and other previous albums,” said Macheso.
Macheso said he needs to maintain the levels he has set with this current album, which is riding on the crest since its release early June.
Baba Sharo, as Macheso’s fans call him, said the positive response to his latest release makes him feel that he owes his fans and the entire music industry.
“It takes a lot of work to come up with an album that gets recognition and after that you then need to reward those who believed in your work.
“That can only be done by coming up with something commendable on the next project,” said Macheso.
He urged his fans in the capital and its surroundings to come out in numbers come Sunday, as he heads south of Limpopo.
“We will be having shows this weekend ahead of the tour of South Africa. We will bid farewell with our fans in Harare at Club Las Vegas in Southerton where we are inviting them to come in numbers,” he said.