A PLUMTREE-BASED recording studio, Trogp Records, has vowed to take the entertainment industry in the small town of Plumtree by storm.
Despite being home for sensational South Africa-based outfit Ndolwane Super Sounds, the border town is entertainment-starved.
However, Trogp Records manager Trust Kanjera told Southern Eye Lifestyle his new music project was set to quench the thirst of the Plumtree community.
He said the recording studio was established last year with the aim of recording and promoting local artistes as well as bringing a new-look entertainment industry to Plumtree and surrounding areas.
“We want our entertainment industry in Plumtree to grow just like in other towns and cities like Bulawayo,” he said.
“Our aim is to promote local artistes and promote talented young people in Plumtree who are often unrecognised.
“I record all kind of music genrés and Trogp Records is registered. It is located in Plumtree opposite Kombani Lodge.
“I am hoping that this project grows big and gets recognised like the other studio l have in South Africa. The music studio is open to anyone.”
Kanjera, who studied sound engineering in South Africa, has worked with Davido and Wizkid from Nigeria and has produced for local and international artistes.
“We are looking for artistes who are willing go out there to make a change. We also want our works to be recognised internationally,” he said.
Kanjera is currently working on an album with upcoming artistes from Plumtree — T1, T-Cole and JahIV.
He has managed to connect some of the artistes from the border town with artistes in Nigeria.