Speaking to The Zimbabwean, the music legend’s son said the album, called Bayamemeza would include a remix of his father’s song Umoya Wami.
To show his allegiance to Highlanders, just like his father, Majaivana junior has penned a song for the team – Tendele. Angeke ngivume, which means ‘I refuse to be a loser or a failure in life’ is another gem on the album.
Other tracks touch on the plight of orphans and on the grievances of Bulawayo dwellers struck by mass unemployment because of the closure of industries in the province.
The album is being produced at Diamond Music studios.
Majaivana senior was born in 1954 and earned his stage name for his exceptional dancing. He produced a catalogue of hits that mesmerised fans, but he quit music and is now based in the UK.
Derrick has vowed to keep his father’s legacy alive. He joins the likes of Sulumani, Tryson Chimbetu, Potiphar Mopo, Biggie Tembo Junior, Tendai Chimombe, Dembo Brothers and Ammara Brown, who are following in their fathers’ footsteps.Post published in: Entertainment