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Nemanwa musician appeals for help to release albums


MASVINGO – Nemanwa-born musician Henry Makusha is appealing for help from well-wishers to release his recorded albums which he described as earth-shattering and a must listen for sungura fans.

Makusha told The Midweek Watch that he started his music journey some years back, but he is still to make a breakthrough in the local music fraternity due to financial constraints.

In 2005, Makusha had a chance to be mentored by Never Somanje who hails from a family of some of the greatest sungura musicians, Daiton and his brother Josphat.

“I am asking for assistance to release my three albums that I have recorded in the last few years. It has been difficult doing so because I am not financially stable”, said Makusha.

He added, “I have a few instruments, four guitars, a high-breed mixer and an amplifier. At the current moment I need of to buy speakers and release my songs”.

He went on to mention that since he started singing, he has been recording with Mkumbe Productions and they require US$100 per song which is a bit expensive for him, hence the plea to all well-wishers.

Mukusha has been playing his music locally, at Nemanwa Growth Point nightclubs and other surrounding areas.

Makusha was born at Morgenster Mission in 1978, went to Nemanwa Primary School and proceeded to Chiredzi Christian College for his secondary education.

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