UPCOMING R&B artiste Truism Moyo, aka Dee Prince, has released two songs Mummy and Ndiudze to regale R&B lovers.
Moyo told Southern Eye Lifestyle the singles were recorded at MaJ Studios in Bulawayo under the guidance of local producer Wesley Siziba.
The two tracks feature Delight Chisewa, Yung Deedy and Charles Romawo and were released on April 16.
The young artiste released the first single I need You in 2013. Dee Prince draws his inspiration from Oliver Mtukudzi’s Tuku Music genré.
“My love for music started at a tender age. I was inspired by Oliver Mtukudzi, his music is realistic and talks about real life situations,” he said.
The artiste has dedicated Mummy to his mother.
“The song Mummy is dedicated to my mother. When my father passed away I was very young. My mother played the role of both parents when I was growing up. I am who I am because of her and I am grateful for the love and care she has given me,” he said.
The second song Ndiudze is a love track that speaks about betrayal and mistakes that occur in relationships.
“The track Ndiudze speaks about a woman who breaks a man’s heart and leaves him for another man. She later realises that she has made a mistake and thinks of going back to her first love,” Moyo said.