Master Zhoe now playing with big boys and girls

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Master Zhoe now playing with big boys and girls Master Zhoe


Raymond Jaravaza
A FEW years ago, he would have never thought of sharing the big stage with one of Zimbabwe’s finest musicians, let alone work on a collaboration with an artiste making waves in South Africa.

That is the story of Gwanda-based Master Zhoe. A collaboration with Sandra Ndebele and Diliza — the kwaito star based in South Africa — came at a time when Master Zhoe has been working his socks off to make a name for himself on the national stage.

To those who didn’t know who Master Zhoe is, the Gwanda-based musician says it’s time the music industry takes note of his presence.

Sandra Ndebele

“It’s always been his dream to work with Zimbabwe’s finest musicians and the collaboration with Sandra Ndebele and Diliza is exactly what Master Zhoe has been looking for to put his name on the map.

“Working with Sandra is a dream come true for Master Zhoe. Diliza is also a well-known kwaito star, an old friend who didn’t want to miss the chance of working with us,” said Master Zhoe’s manager Morateoa Sidange.

The three musos released a collaboration titled Kusina Mai Hakuendwe, which debuted on Channel O last month.


“The track is doing well judging by the number of views on YouTube so far (over 4 000 views as of this week), it’s also been being played on Channel O and local radio stations,” said Sidange.

Master Zhoe is eager to go national and his latest project is taking him to all corners of the country.

“We are overwhelmed by the love and recognition we are getting nationally and looking forward to more collaborations with other artistes.

The first collaboration with Nicholas Zacharia opened a lot of doors for us, then there was also the track with Nutty O, which was another successful project,” added Sidange.

Master Zhoe is working on a national tour that will take him to Bulawayo, Harare, Masvingo and Beitbridge.

Nutty O

“We are currently looking for school choirs to collaborate with on productions to campaign against child labour as a way of giving back to the community and educating people on the vices of exploiting children.”

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