Patience Musa in music scene
Zimbabwean radio and television personality Patience Musa has makes a comeback to the music scene with a new single.
In a statement Afro-Jazz musician Patience Musa makes a comeback in the music scene with the hit ‘Vanonyepa.’
She said her love for music necessitated surprise comeback. She also said the passion and love for music made her do the song which she hopes that her past fans will appreciate.
Musa said have been in and out of the studio more than l should be in it as l have been tied up with other things.
“I released the song online last month and I’m planning to officially launch it this month as part of efforts to measure my relevance in the entertainment scene.”
She said she is now working on an album which she hopes to release early next year. The tracks will not solely be Afro Jazz but will focus on other genres which will be a surprise.
Also, Patience said Zimdancehall has overtake Jazz.
“The music scene has been hectic and it’s a bit hard to make it in the genre. I specialize in as there are now many different genres that people have found solace in. I could perform now and the number of attendees would be low compared to back in the day.”
However, Patience received positive comments from Trevor Dongo calling the ‘an amazing piece.’ Some people describe her as the next Chiwoniso Maraire.
Patience Musa started singing in 1999 while she was doing her A-level. Thereafter she joined Mateo and Friends which comprised of Willom Tight and Mateo Kaunda. Together they released hit songs like Asambe Africa and Pamuhacha. She shared the stage with Brenda Fussie, Andy Brown and Late Oliver Mtukudzi.
Written by tatenda