Lockdown taught me versatility: Baba Harare

BABA Harare says the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown has taught him innovation and creativity.

With most artistes still struggling to make ends meet, the 31-year-old found solace in the studio penning and recording new songs.


The City Vibration Band leader will silence unveil his fifth album titled Izvi Zvinomboitrwei Izvi on October 9 which he recorded at Cymplex Studios.


It will be officially unveiled on Nash TV.


Produced by Cymplex, the album carries seven songs namely Mucherechedzo featuring T-Gonzi, Tsikidzi,Kamudhudhudhu, Watch My Future, Tavaona and Ruva.


In an interview, Baba Harare said  he has learnt to think outside the box on lockdown.


“Most of us were grounded on lockdown but I decided to keep myself busy recording new stuff at Cymplex.


“As has become the norm, I release an album each year and this time around I decided to give fans an early Christmas present in form of this album titled Izvi Zvinomboitirwei Izvi.


“I changed the producer in search of new sound  and  this as always been my wish,” he said.


Asked why he roped consistent rapper Ti-Gonzi, he said:


“I have always wanted to collaborate with artistes from other genres and Ti-Gonzi is one of them.


“We all know how talented Ti-Gonzi is and have a collabo with him is every artiste who understands music’s wish.


“I penned the song Mucherechedzo and he added his verses of the song to come up with something unique.


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