Zim dancehall artists have taken Zvishavane’s Mandava suburb by storm as a number of upcoming musicians are now defying all odds by recording their music in backyard studios.
With determination and perseverance can one realise their dream.
The story of upcoming Zim dancehall artists in Zvishavane’s Mandava suburb attest to this as the eight musicians are remaining resolute in achieving their dreams despite recording under very difficult circumstances.
Midlands State University student Prigo D Tox has so far recorded 20 songs in the two months old studio.
“With or without equipment, we will strive to achieve our Zim Dancehall dream,” said Prigo D.
In a studio without proper sound proof, the youngsters are already striving to come up with good products that can sell.
“We understand soft-wares to come out with proper sound,” said Tony Hastings, a producer.
With such mediocre resources, these artists are now appealing for better studios so that they can fulfill their dreams of becoming established artists.