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Prince Tawanda's vision paid of

by Eugene Prunella, Cape Times Entertainment News Reporter
01 Jan 2018 at 16:14hrs | Views
Prince Tawanda has been recently on several newspapers across the world this last year after he released a number of catchy Afro Fusion songs.

The young man was born Berven Mashonganyika in Zimbabwe.

He moved to South Africa whilst he was young after his parents passed away. He has then pursued his music career, which has seen him been mentioned on several local newspapers here in South Africa.

Prince Tawanda as many call him is easily recognized by his strong voice which many associate him with Africa's legendaries Oliver Mtukudzi and Hue Masekela.

Many have witnessed this young talented man perform as he has dragged a number of supporters across the globe.

"Real fans of Afro music would believe and understand that this young man is here to stay" Mandla Maseko a well known music mentor and manager said whilst talking to a bunch of music fans who came witness the launch of this young man's album titled Back To Basics which happened last night 31/12/2017. We would be happy to see many young artists promote our own African beat said one of the other fans.

Album with 8 songs will be launched in few weeks from now. Whilst other artists a busy promoting European styles Berven Mashonganyika has decided to keep his African beat alive. We believe many will be triggered by this raising star. Recently we have seen artists like Zahara dominating as they have kept themselves inline with African beat. Music industry is always difficult from the beginning but if you are focused it will pay of we have seen many artists making it in life.

We believe such talents will need mentorship. Prince Tawanda will be performing this year in United Kingdom as he has already made a name for himself. We are looking forward to see this young talented artist shine as he has proved he is capable of making it happen.



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Source - Eugene Prunella Cape Times Entertainment News Reporter

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