Edwin Nhukarume, Entertainment Reporter
CHITUNGWIZA based Zim dancehall chanter Bernard “Liquid Yonke” Hweta says he wishes to fend for his family through music, hence it is his motivation to succeed.
Liquid Yonke, who turned 21 last week, said the hardships his parents are facing to take care of the family have challenged him to step up to be the breadwinner of the family.
“The difficulties we are facing during this time in our family are the main driving force that is pushing me to work hard and hope one day I will help my family to improve our livelihood.
“They are finding it hard to pay for school fees of my siblings and other basic needs for us to survive.
“I am the second born in our family and we are seven – four boys and three girls,” said Liquid Yonke.
Liquid Yonke, however, said he would like to thank his manager Esau Amisi – former Dynamos player – for his effort in terms of financial needs.
“Despite the difficulties, I would like to thank my manager for his generosity.
“He is trying by all means to assist me financially though the money cannot cater for all needs, but I do appreciate his effort. Things are difficult.
“He is teaming up with Ephraim to make sure my career well managed, and I do appreciate,” he told H-Metro.
Meanwhile, Liquid Yonke ecently released a track titled Wadhoma Watone Coronavirus urging people to take care of themselves during this pandemic.
“I have released a track for awareness on coronavirus pandemic called Wadhoma Watone Coronavirus.
“In the track I am encouraging people to take this disease seriously and get tested to avoid the spreading of this virus.
“The track is doing well and it has been well received,” said said Liquid Yonke.
Liquid Yonke is yet to release his debut album but he has several singles. He has recorded with the likes of Oskid, Chillspot Records, Samcris and others.