The song features the popular award winning Afro-fusion musician Alexio Kawara and Shasha will be sharing stage with his colleague Droba and Afro-wave band. He said “muroora” is a song that appreciates the African bride.
“In the song ‘muroora, is described as someone who is humble and grounded in the African tradition, she can cook, fetch water and smile. I have four singles that are out already, two of them were done by Maselo and the other two by Mono Mukundu and I’m also working with Jabulani Ndlovu on other songs that are yet to be released,” he said.
“I’m still new in the music industry but I feel it is self-sufficient and has managed to withstand the economic crisis for quite a long time. Yes there is diversity and a lot of traffic but most artists don’t have longevity in their sound and there is a lot of identity crisis and discrimination of listeners by musicians.”
Batsirai Shasha is an Honours Degree music student at Africa University and was inspired by his siblings who were and are still singers at their family church. The musician started singing when he was in Grade three and he chose Jazz music because he was in love with the sounds of Oliver Mutukudzi and Victor Kunonga.