Singer engages Pah Chihera

20 Mar, 2020 - 11:03 0 Views
Singer engages Pah Chihera Godfrey 'Solutions' Chirau with his manageress Paidamoyo Munhenga


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Rising singer Godfrey “Solutions” Chirau has roped in Pah Chihera for his upcoming project titled  Rombekadzi.

The Ruwa based musician says collaborations help upcoming artistes to be recognised.

Solutions says his music is called bravo which encompasses fusion of good music.

“I am currently working with Pah Chihera on a song called Rombekadzi after working with Tocky Vibes in a song called Smiles.

“The song with Pah is coming soon and I have also done a collaboration with Stunner in a song Kwatoobva.

“I have shared the stage with Jah Prayzah, Amara and Mokoomba,” he said.

The young singer said his journey started in 2013.

Godfrey ‘Solutions’ Chirau

“I started singing in 2013 before I recorded my first album, Key Yangu.

“The album has eight tracks including Une rudo, Vana vechikoro and Kuchema kwevanasikana among other songs.

“Thereafter I have released singles.”

Solutions got an opportunity to travel to China in 2014.

“I got an opportunity to participate at the Chinese musical competitions where I battled against young musicians from 106 countries.

“I reached quarter finals during that competition and I came home with a gold medal from the Great Wall.

“Upon my arrival I continued with my music but the problem is that being an unheralded artiste you will not be visible.

“I am hired at corporate functions, events, birthday bashes and I had also performed at King Alfred’s birthday,” he added.

His manageress Paidamoyo Munhenga-Mazwimairi said:

“Solutions has potential, but we are looking forward to see him getting on the limelight.

“For now he is still a hidden talent and we still want to spread our wings.

“We are also working with King Alfred whom we believe can upgrade this talent.

“Solutions is open for business, and we take every function.


“We are looking forward to see promoters coming on board and assist us to expose upcoming talent,” she said.


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