Edwin Nhukarume, Entertainment Reporter
TONGAI Obert Moyo Junior says he is gaining confidence owing to the positive feedback he is getting from sungura fans who are falling in love with his art.
Moyo, son to the late Tongai Moyo, said the love from his fans has made him believe in himself more than ever.
“The little I have achieved so far is fuelling my confidence as an artiste, and I have also gained confidence that my fans can lift me to greater heights now more than ever.
“I want to urge the fans to keep on supporting us as we are growing stronger by the day,” said Moyo.
Moyo said he was surprised and elated at the same time when he realised that his song Cain and Abel was voted to number 15 on end of year ZTV top 50 videos.
“I myself did not see the number 15 on ZBC top 50 coming, it was a shock but realised the fans saw it fit for me to be there.
“lt’s always a blessing to be appreciated by the community on work that we produce,” he said.
The young sungura artiste has promised that early this year he will be dropping a new project. “My next project is a full album titled Toita lzvozvo.
“It is likely to be released in March. “The album will carry tracks such as Rudo rweTsoka, Julie, VaMoyo Ishe Wangu, Uriko Dhewa Venyu and a bonus track so get ready because Utakataka is now overtaking,” he told H-Metro.
Moyo is perceived as a controversial artiste as his song Cain and Abel sparked debate on social media and on the streets since it is believed the track is about the sibling rivalry between him and elder brother Peter Moyo. Cain and Abel has reached over 100k views on YouTube and it has been well received.
However, the siblings seem to be dividing the loyal Utakataka fans.