Netball player turns to music

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Latwell Nyangu, H-Metro Reporter

South Africa based musician, Sarudzai “Tylor Triss” Mukwaira, is pursuing music after her professional netball career hit a brick wall.

The 18-year-old said she is in the process of making her name through music whilst away from home.

“I am a professional netball player but here I can’t play due to challenges of work permits.

“I am currently in Cape Town and the issue of work permit has hindered my dream of playing netball.

“I have a certificate in profession netball,” she said.

The R n’ B said the musical journey takes seriousness.

“I started singing last year but I was not putting my music on any platform but I am encouraged by the support I am getting from my fans.

“My first song is dubbed Dear Future Husband, a track that motivated me because a lot of people enjoyed it a lot.

“My father also used to be a music producer, most people know him as DJ Msquare but he gave up.

“Now I am here to prove to him that I can be where he wanted to be,” she added.

Tylor Triss said she used to sing at church.

“My church members discovered that I was good and they pushed me to record and I sing for passion and love of music.

“I also have a new track called #YouSpecial and another coming soon with a video called Personal Person produced by ZimTach Rec and the video.

“I have 11 songs including #YouSpecial and I am also looking forward to having promoters coming to my rescue.”