Latwell Nyangu, H-Metro Reporter
SOUTH AFRICA-BASED producer Tanyaradzwa “Adem Litrik” Bvute and his counterpart DJ Tecnics.
have released a riddim urging youths in the music industry to work hard.
The two, who previously worked on Delete Contact Riddim, said the new riddim, Still We Rise, encourages youths to keep pushing.
“The motive behind this riddim is to reach out and encourage all youths who are in the music industry and those who want to take music as their career to never stop pushing no matter how many times one may fall”.
“We are also supporting unheralded artistes and we want to put Zimbabwean music on the international spotlight.
“We recently released Delete Contact Riddim, which is already receiving commendable airplay across globe.
“It’s being played in Kenya and Radio Tanzania and other parts of East Africa, which is a great sign that we will go far,” he said.
Litrik said he is working with Mbare-based Tecnics, who is on the ground and is always in touch with youths.
“Like I said before, Tecnics is from Mbare and I am based in SA, so the combination brings together artistes abroad and back home.
“We are building up to a noble idea to give hope to the youths, and as you have noticed, I have Hope Riddim which again was in support of the youths.
“Now I have Still We Rise, in the sense that the youths can still make it in this industry.
“So brace for more riddims until the youths have risen and are appreciated,” he added.
The producer of the riddim, Adem Litrik, is known for One People Riddim, which was popular in Zimbabwe,
Gambia and Kenya.