Rising sungura musician Mollen “Senator” Tichareva, whose fourth album will be launched on October 30, has collaborated with Slizer on the new offering.
The Queen of Kwaito Kwasa features on ‘Watora Moyo Wangu’, one of the seven tracks on Senator’s forthcoming offering, Mhinduro Ibasa.
In an interview, the camp said they chose the Batswana star because her music cuts across the regional market.
“We are eyeing the international audience and it’s important that Senator gets such collaborations with stars like Slizer.
“They both did a good job on the song proving how versatile in learning each other’s languages they are. Hope the fans will love it,” said his handler, Gift Petro.
He said the album will be launched at a colorful ceremony slated for East Point (Formerly Jazz 105).
Petro is optimistic about the new project saying it offers room for his artiste to grow.
“We hope the new sound on the album will open wide doors for the artiste as he sets his eyes on exploring on the international market.
“The launch will also serve as a way to launch his brand and a new video for the song, Chikuru Hupenyu,” he said.
The Botswana artiste will be expected in the country earlier next week ahead of her guest appearance at the launch.
Songs on the album include Changu Izita, Million In One, Guva reShumba, Chikuru Hupenyu, Haasi Makwikwi, Baba Takatadza and Watora Moyo.
The musician rose to fame after he named his last album-The Fulcrum-following waves made by members of the public when the legal term was used during a recent Concourt challenge.
To date, Mollen “Senator” Tichahareva has recorded other albums such as Nguva Yakwana, Zvasiyana and The Fulcrum.