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Singer Ba Shupi Reflects On His Musical Journey




By Zvikomborero Machirori



Musician Peace Ndlovu also known as Ba Shupi said that his musical journey has been a blessing and that God has been opening doors for him.




In an interview with Sly Media News Ba-Shupi said, “the journey has been fine, I do not want to complain, it is a blessing, but God keeps on opening doors and ways for me.




I have been in the industry for a long time and I have learnt a lot of things, I have made a lot of mistakes and I have corrected them and now I know where am going.”
Lately, Ba-Shupi has been working on three albums where he has a fussion of Amapiano and deep traditional sound.




“So far, I have done three albums that am working on, and just doing the touch ups now. It’s going well and soon you are going to hear a lot from me. I decided also to collaborate with unknown artists to uplift them because being a musician, you are a door to other people,” he said.




Although he decided not to disclose the names of his albums, he promised that the albums will be a banger and a surprise to his fans.





He collaborated with influential artists such as Dadza D, Simba Tags, Diamond Musica and Wenyota Thirst.





“It is all about inspiration, so I will name them. I have collaborated with Dadza D, Wenyota Thirst, Diamond Musica and Simba Tags. There is a lot on the way and they are a big surprise for everybody. Just wait and see, I want to surprise people,” he added.





The musician who almost adecade ago topped the local charts with Stunner when he was featured in a song titled Godo was one of the most promising voices in the local scene.




He has worked with a number of artistes in the country.


Robert Tapfumaneyi