chibuku road to fame.jpgThe curtain finally comes down on this year’s Chibuku Road to Fame National competitions with the final set to be held this Saturday at the Glamis Stadium in Harare.


Chibuku Road to Fame has become a springboard for up and coming artistes in the country giving them the much-needed platform to launch their careers.


Delta Marketing Executive Stanley Muchenje said this year’s finals will take place at Glamis Stadium where 10 groups from the country’s 10 provinces will take to the centre stage.

Some of the names that have passed through the Chibuku Road to Fame window include the Chinhoyi-based Xtra waLembe, which has recorded 2 albums to date. National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) director,  Mr Elvas Mari said the event is aimed at identifying talent and gives aspiring artistes an opportunity to have their music recorded.


The finals will see 10 groups, one from each province, fighting for a recording contract with a leading company and US$5 000 prize money.

The 2nd winner will get US$4 000 and the third US$3 000. The annual event at the Glamis Stadium has become an exciting annual musical festival.

Chibuku Road to Fame has been running for more than 10 years.