Masvingo hip-hop sensation Tedious Marezvavana, aka Alchemy, will tomorrow release his video of the song titled Skiri Moto.
By Sukuoluhle Ndlovu
Famed for the song Hes Kan Tindo, a Shona version of the Spanish song Despacito, Alchemy has been recording the video at different production houses, including Mula Nation Studio (Blaqboi Tha Don), No Limits (Leekay and Jamal), Military Touch Movement (DJ Tamuka) and Oskid Studios (Oskid).
“The video is lit and on Monday [tomorrow] it will be available on YouTube for views and support. Fans should subscribe to my new Vevo channel,” said Alchemy.
This is going to be the crooner’s third video.
“So far I have made two videos, which are Dairai and Hes kani Tindo, and now l am going to release Skiri Moto,” he said.
Despite working on the Skiri Moto video, Alchemy is set to release a new album next month which will feature two local artistes.
“I will be releasing my new album in December at Mucheke Stadium here in Masvingo. l am going to be backed by Jah Prayzah, Ex Q and other Masvingo artistes promoted by Shadreck Vushe and managed by Measure Clive Vushe,” he said.
“The producers of the tracks on the album are Blaqboi ThaDon, Leekay and Jamal No Limits, DJ Tamuka and Oskid. The album will have collaborations and l engaged musicians like Juntal, Blaq Diva Quin, and Nash Kanza.”
Alchemy is happy that he is making it in the industry, but he feels he still has more to do and bring to the industry.
“I feel the need to do more because as you grow in the industry people tend to expect more of creative projects, uniqueness and with a different vibe.
So, every time l take to the stage l am aware of the fact that l should present a better performance than before. My music should improve with every production l make, which means more pressure coming my way,” he said.
The youthful musician said the opportunities where he shared the stage with other great artistes had motivated him to do better and advance his skills and that would make him keep his head above the surface.
“The show l had a while back in Masvingo where l managed to share the stage with musicians like Jah Prayzah, Winky D and Oliver Mtukudzi was one of the best,” he said.
“Well, you already know these are legendary figures and sharing the stage with them means you got to be extra ordinary and great at what you do.”