Senator Tichareva drops ‘Mzansi’

05 Oct, 2020 - 09:10 0 Views
Senator Tichareva drops ‘Mzansi’ Senator Tichareva


Mathew Masinge, Entertainment Reporter

Sungura musician Senator Tichareva has blessed his fans with a love and healing song titled Mzansi.

Born Mollen Tichareva, the singer says the song is off his fifth album which he has also kept his fans completely in the dark about its release date.

Senator Tichareva

Giving more insight into the song Senator Tichareva said:


“This is a party song for all party goers and also carries a healing aspect for those who have either lost their loved ones to the pandemic or otherwise.


“The song is based on two love birds who after meeting in the diaspora fancy their chances of being a couple.


“The two spread their wings through the universal language before living lavishly and travelling the world.”


The musician said he is working on accompanying visuals.


“We have already arranged to have a video for the song so that our fans can appreciate the song and embrace love with their families, husbands and wives.


“The visuals will definitely help to drive home the whole idea to heal the love within ourselves as a human race,” he said.


Tichareva who has been keeping a low profile due to the pandemic feels the local music industry deserves more players.


“I have been following events since the Lockdown was imposed and observed that not all artistes have been called up to perform at a virtual show.


“This calls for more players who have the desire to identify talent and help them rise to international scenes,” he said.


He says he has been able to sail through because of a few side jobs.


The singer has hinted on a more interesting collaboration with an international artiste.


“The album is almost done and I am happy that as soon as the fight against Covod-19 is over I will be able to find time to release my fifth album.


“As an artiste I accept the new world order and seeking to design my art in such a way that it will be accepted by fans,” he said.


To date, the musician has worked with Botswana’s Slizer, Simon Mutambi and Mark Ngwazi.


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