Harare, Zimbabwe based gifted singer, Terry has dropped a new single, off his forthcoming album, titled “Mbarure”. “Mbarure” according to the singer, is an African drum, which originated from Malawi. The drum according to Terry, is the heartbeat of African music.
“Mbarure” he said, is a celebration song, which symbolizes a jovial mood, in the African context. “Mbarure” a traditional contemporary song, inspired by Mbakumba dance, from the Masvingo province of Zimbabwe, is a social commentary genre of music, recorded in the native, Shona language.
Terry revealed that one of his latest commitment, is a collaboration he did with the award winning Hope Masike, as further continuation of the project has been thwarted, by the global coronavirus pandemic. As the global community has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Terry said he has learnt to intensify on the use of social media platforms, to reach out to his audience, which he says is very important and he has also learnt the need to keep up with technology advancements for instance, virtual performances.
Terry revealed that as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the transition of the new normal, has been very drastic. However, he believes there is need to adopt and adapt. The “Mbarure” singer, wants his fans to expect more music projects from him, before the year run out. He believes music in Zimbabwe has developed so much, due to more Zimbabwean musicians, doing collaborations with other big names in African music.
Terry would love to share his artistry on a musical project with any international artiste, to widen his fans base