Monday, September 20, 2021

Zimdance Hall star Dee Bosy emerges in Basera

Dee Bosy

Peter Chawapiwa

GUTU – An upcoming 18-year-old Zimdancehall artist has emerged from the small settlement of Basera prowth point in Gutu and promises to be one of the best artists in the country.
Better Kudakwashe Madhuyu from Tafuma village under Chief Chimombe recently rubbed shoulders with the cream of Zimdance Hall artists in the country at a show that was held at the Midlands Hotel in Gweru. Madhuyu earned himself the nickname ‘Gwengwendere’ at the show after launching his debut album by that name.
Madhuyu aka Dee Bosy normally performs at Simbi Beerhall at Basera where he has left his fans crying for more.
“My dream is to take Zimdance Hall to greater heights and possibly to the world. I encourage all upcoming artists to be strong because there are a lot of challenges in the music industry,” he said.
The artist sat for his ‘O’ Level examinations at a private school in Gweru before recording his first song Shungu Dzangu at First Class Studio in the same city.
“The song was a special dedication to my mother, Naume Zivenge who did her best to supplement my father’s meagre salary to fend for the family which is made up of five girls and two boys. I am the third born in the family,” he said.
Madhuyu said he was not attached to any recording studio and used different studios depending on how the producer operates.local

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