“DYNAMITE comes in small packages” – best way to describe one of Plumtree’s most promising producers and artistes, Trust Kanjera.
BY SHARON SIBINDI
Kanjera has managed to mix and mingle with international and local artistes.
The ambitious artiste has managed to rule the roost and collaborate with Nigerians artistes (Parto and St Seaba) in his track.
Kanjera owns Trogp Records in Plumtree. He told Southern Eye Lifestyle that the project and the new Afro-pop track Party Hard is set to quench the thirst of the Plumtree community.
“I was in South Africa and managed to meet Parto and St Seaba.
They listened to my tracks and Parto asked to collaborate with me and some fellow.
I wanted to include a different feel to the Zim music to come up with something new, so I agreed and we have our first track Party Hard.
We said Party Hard so that people could dance to it when they are having fun.
It’s a cool tune to listen too,” he said.
The track was produced by Trogp Records in South Africa and has English and Shona lyrics.
It will be available online on May 21.
He advised the youths to stay away from drugs and shape their future.
He thanked his family and friends for the support.
“I want to give a shout out to the team I work with T1, Ras Kumbu, Sekez, Alois, my family and also thank God for taking me this far,” he said.
Kanjera has a recording studio Trogp Records in Plumtree which was established last year with the aim of recording and promoting local artistes as well as bringing a new-look entertainment industry to the border town and surrounding areas.
He owns and operates another studio in SA.
He studied sound engineering in SA, worked with Davido and Wizkid from Nigeria and produced for local and international artistes.