Praise Masvosva, Entertainment Reporter
ZIMDANCEHALL star King Shaddy has urged people to continue working hard so that they realise their goals.
The Makanika singer said Covid-19 will come to pass and people need to work hard.
“The situation which we are in is temporary so we need to work hard.
“Besides working hard, we should try by all means possible to adhere to all the rules as advised by health experts and the Government officials to combat Covid-19.
“We have lost our relatives, friends and even fans due to the pandemic,” he said.
King Shaddy told this publication that he is working on his eighth album due for release on his birthday; March 8.
“Despite Covid-19, I am working on my new album, which I will drop on my birthday.
“The album is titled Mr Bones.
“Life does not need to stop because of Covid-19, but we need to take all precautions.
“Before the album, I am going to release a single for Valentine’s Day.
“The love song is titled Letter to Mai Titi and it was recorded by Macdee of Eternity Studios.
“Mr Tapiwa ‘Campos’ Kapini vakazviita zvekare now going for Mai Titi,” he said.
To date, King Shaddy has seven albums to his credit, namely Makanika, Jack Bauer, Mr Magoo, Rev Magoo, Merciless, Gosongo and Legend in Action.