Tawanda Marwizi Arts Correspondent
Andy Muridzo became a household name with his second album “Ngarizhambe” that had instant hits.
The young musician who has been labelled a Jah Prayzah “copycat” managed to get his own fans through the album and other singles he released.
Next Wednesday, Muridzo who hogged the limelight in recent months for joining Jah Prayzah’s Military Touch Movement, launches his third album “Tichambotenderera” at 7 Arts Theatre in Avondale.
His manager Gift Petro is confident that the 13-track album will take the musician to the next level of his career. It has songs “Memo”, “Yahombarume”, “Tichambotenderera”, “Emma” a track that features Jah Prayzah, “Mai Maria”, “Merenziana”, “Dhibhi Remhuru”, “Chingoma Cherudo”, “Dairai”, “Kumabumbe”, and “Ndirangarirei”.
“We have done our groundwork and all is set for the big day. All artistes on MTM movement will be coming on board,” he said.
Tonight the young musician performs at Club Veritas in Westlea shops tonight.
The venue owner Edward Mutukwa said Muridzo has promised to bring his upcoming album to the show.
“Muridzo has been loyal to his fans in Westlea and the coming show becomes a special gig for them because he is sampling songs from his much awaited album,” he said.
Mutukwa said he was happy with how the young musician has managed to convince the nation that he is star and is hopeful that his upcoming album will make a mark.