It is time to move forward with my career. I am looking forward to having a live band so that I can become an accomplished musician. Her second album is expected to be launched at the end of this month.
Munyavi, 25, who has been quiet for a while after releasing her debut album said her second 17-track offering, The Groove Theory, is a manifestation of the true essence of Urban Grooves, which she claims have been widely misunderstood.
Urban Grooves is a unique art, it is a combination of various genres of music fused together by different dynamic young artists. It is the urban culture expressed through music, just as Kwaito is regarded as the South African township music, said the Urban Grooves diva. The album was mastered by various award winning producers such as Sani Makhalima, Tatenda Take 5 Jenami, Gordon Native Flash Mutekedza, Mark D and Russo to mention but just a few.
It features the classic single titled Nerudo, which is already receiving favourable airplay on national radio stations. Watching a live performance of the song melts all hearts made of stone by the mere acoustic sound of her meticulous voice constantly shifting from high to low notes.
The album also features a bonus track titled Spare wheel, a combined old rendition of Simon Chopper Chimbetus hits, One Way and Spare wheel, which was initially released on Native Flashs album titled Flashback. Other songs to watch out for are Maoko Mudenga, Ndorudawo and Zuva.
My mom is my role model. She has raised me to appreciate certain values which have moulded me into a God-fearing, thoughtful, outspoken and respectful young female. Ive been in some of the most awkward situations but Ive managed to
get hold of myself, recalls Cindy who also revealed that she inherited music genes from her grandfather who used to play for a band called Deep Black Even Follies.Post published in: Uncategorized