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Gweru dancehall star back in studio

Gweru Zimdancehall musician Legion, famed for the hit song Mudhara Wemangoma, is back in the studio putting together pieces of his second project titled Nobody Can Stop Reggae.

By Sandra Maricho in Gweru


This time it’s a unique offering, coded in reggae. It will be out this week.

Produced by various producers, the 15-track album is a mixed bag.

Some of the songs on the album, which are already receiving by great critical acclaim on radio, include Dololo and Bhudhi Mudyiwa, produced by Oskid. Another song on the album is Noah that was produced by Nasper.

The other chain of tracks were well-produced by different producers such as The Cypher, G Fresh and Krispi.

“I am confident that my fans are going to fall head-over-heels with this new offering that I am preparing,” said Legion.

He attributed a busy travelling schedule to the delay in releasing the album.

“Producers from Gweru are relocating to Harare, so I have to travel there often. It’s a challenge because of the resources required,” he said.

Unlike scores of other artistes who relocate to the capital when they achieve fame is awarded, Legion says he will stay put in Gweru.

“Harare is like any other city. I do not intend to relocate there because I am comfortable with the fan base I have here at home,” he said.

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