By Sindiso Dube
The raging debate on who is the Queen of Zimbabwean music among Ammara Brown, Tammy Moyo as well as recently Gemma Grifiths, who has come into the fold after featuring on Winky D’s hit Mu Garden, has made showbiz circles interesting.
Well, fans will have the opportunity to put the three songbirds to test when they share the stage on June 6 at The Venue in Avondale.
The show, dubbed The Tammy Experience, will be headlined by the Kwatinobva hit maker and supported by Ammara and Gemma.
Ammara came into the scene with hits like Mukoko and Bhachura before Tammy also came in to add her flair making the industry competitive and leaving many asking who of the two is better than the other.
Recently Winky D surprised everyone by bringing Gemma into the spotlight with their duet Mu Garden, which was released on Valentine ’s Day. The coming-in on of Gemma has engendered diverse opinions among fans on who is more talented and possesses higher musical prowess among the trio.
Another factor, which makes the debate interesting is the trio’s physical and facial expressions which any normal fan can’t turn a blind eye on, Tammy’s manager Pedzi Chimbwanda, said the concert would serve as a send-off before her tour to the United Kingdom and also introduce her upcoming album.
“The year 2019 is a step-out moment for Tammy, it’s a year where we shall introduce you to a whole new Tammy,” Chimbwanda said.
“We shall use the concert to introduce a new Tammy set and also to introduce her upcoming album by performing some of the songs from the new project.”
Chimbwanda said the inclusion of Ammara and Gemma on the show was meant to show the world that Zimbabwean female artistes could do it well musically.
“Ammara and Gemma are doing well in the industry and we deemed it necessary for the three to share the stage and show what local women have to offer in the music industry,” he said.