Money in my purse!
Bulawayo’s multi-award winning Aeiou femcee otherwise known as Novuyo Seagirl has once again silenced critics with a new single titled Money in my purse.
The single was inspired by the songstress’ expressive response to the boo boys at the ZITF Shutdown concert where she was sharing the stage with the power houses of Zimbabwean music Jah Prayzah and Winky D.
“I may be nothing today but I will be something tomorrow. Shame on you for not supporting your own, anyway I got my money in my purse,” said Seagirl at the ZITF Shutdown concert.
With all being said and done, Novuyo has soldiered on and did what she knows best, creating good music for her fans.
“I’m so excited about the song and I thought to myself that whatever situation you face, don’t let it get the better of you, let it be a learning curve. Pick up the pieces and move on.
“Let it be the best inspiration to make more music and change the world,” said Seagirl.
What inspired the composition of the single?
“All I wanted to do was to erase the misconception that people subscribed to when I said that statement,”Seagirl said.
“I want to highlight that I wasn’t insulting anybody. The point to take home is that I’m here to work and when the work is done I have money in my purse.”
Seagirl revealed that everybody wants to be rich and there’s only one route to success which is grind and sweat.
“So y’all go get that paper! That way you will have money in your purse,” she added.
Money in my purse was produced by Shuza Drums and is available on digital stores.