By Style Reporter
Rising Chitungwiza dancehall singer Mike “Micho Banjo” Saujeni is living his dream.
The 22-year-old chanter is riding high following the release of four tracks early this year, which are doing well on national radio.
Micho has released singles Mutakura, Life Yako, Dai Mwari Maita and Chipo Makandipa, proving that disability does not mean inability.
Just like his peers, Micho has ambitions and dreams for his future and this is evident in the song Chipo Makandipa.
In the song, Micho thanks God for the talent despite his condition.
“I am happy l am living my dream. It’s something that l have always wanted, singing for the world,” Micho told Standard Style.
The St Mary’s-born chanter yearns for support to develop his skills and realise his potential.
“I am happy with the support l am getting. I have managed to record and produce a video because of you people, thank you very much,” he said.
“My plea now is getting someone who takes me up there and get to dizzy heights,” Micho said.
The dancehall artiste has released a video of the song Life Yako, which is about his trials and tribulations.
The song was produced by Chitungwiza-based producer Gallyze and the video was directed by Diller.
Micho believes he has dusted off societal stigmatisation that would have kept him bed-ridden in dejection as most people with similar conditions would do.
“I am different. I am a goal-getter. Society now accepts me and has embraced me, thanks to my talent,” he said.
Micho just like many young people with disabilities face barriers to the enjoyment of their civil liberties.