By Tendai Mukaro
Fifteen-year-old upcoming Afropop artist Michael Shaba known as DK Breezy has set up a recording studio in Vainona.
The young lad who launched his musical career in early last year told Slymedianews that he opened the studio to assist the under privileged local artists and young artists could not afford studio fees.
“When I started as a musician I really did not have anywhere to record because every studio makes you pay and it is not every parent that gives their child money for a recording session so I felt it was good to open my own studio as well as for other local and upcoming artists who didn’t have the privilege to record,” DK Breezy said.
The studio is named after the artist’s his producer Valem Ncube.
“Valem is a really unique name and my producer is not just my producer a good friend as well,” said DK Breezy.
Shaba’s producer Valem Ncube commended the young artist for opening the studio. as he has assisted other upcoming artists.
“The studio will help out the upcoming artists instead of recording with phones and tablets they got access to mics interfaces and a producer,” said Ncube.
Other upcoming musicians who have recorded their music at Shaba’s studios expressed their gratitude towards this initiative by Shaba as he has given them an opportunity to be heard.
” I feel happy because of what Michael has done for us and the whole society and for his age he is doing really well and he is motivated and focused,” said upcoming musician Loyce Mawere known as Hybrid.
DK Breezy who is also an RnB artist has recorded 17 singles including songs entitled Blessings, My Love, Your Love and Wagon.