Shingirirayi Mugodi, Entertainment Reporter
MBARE based Zim dancehall artiste Killan “Baboman” Mukwesha has released his fourth album titled Tavhaya and for his fans this festive season.
In an interview with H-Metro, Baboman said this singles compilation is about the hardships people have been facing in 2020.
“Tavhaya is my fourth album and it is a singles collection.
“The singles are about the life that we go through in the Ghetto and also around in the rural areas.
“I also did a collaboration on one of the songs with Empress Massina,” he said.
Baboman was inspired by a few of our Zimdancehall artistes.
“I started singing in 2013 and the song was called Life yeMuGhetto which I featured Mad Might.
“I was inspired by Winky D, Freeman and also Guspy Warrior,” Baboman said.
Currently, the Zim dancehall artiste is already working on his fifth album scheduled for release in 2021.
“I have another album that I am working on right now and it is going to come out early 2021.
“The album is called Ndoda Kuchengetedzwa,” he told H-Metro.
Among the many challenges he is facing, Baboman said finances have not been adding up.
“With the passion I have for singing I would have released a couple of songs since I started singing but I have not been getting enough studio time.
“Also, money to finance my music and market it well has been hard to acquire,” he hinted.
Added Baboman :
“If it were not for my family, I would not have been on my fourth album now.
“They have been showing me great support and from them I always get the strength to do more.
“I am glad to say that one of the songs on my recent album Tavhaya is competing on Power FM and I know this would not have been possible without the support of my family.”