BY CHELSEA MUSAFARE
Reigning queen of Zim hip-hop Natasha “Muz” Muromba (pictured) says her fans should this year expect a more transformed artiste focused on expanding her trademark.
Muz, who has scooped a number of awards in a short space of time, earning royalty status on the local hip-hop scene, told Standard Style on Friday that she will once again hog this year’s hip-hop limelight.
“I am going to bring a slight change to my music this year,” she said.
“People will basically see my name everywhere in the music circles as I will be dominating, scooping more awards and doing meaningful collabos with international artistes because I am trying to hit the international market.”
The 23-year-old rapper, who sings to inspire the girl child, said she would continue to stand up for the females in the industry.
“I am here to use my talent as a voice of inspiration to all girls so that they are able to do anything they want in life,” she said.
“I hope to tour, hold shows and interviews inside and outside the country and continue to inspire the girl child and also stand up for the females.”
The hip-hop diva says her goal is to become successful in every part of her music since her mission is meant to motivate people.
Muz, who is a nominee for the forthcoming Changamire Festival Awards, said the nominations confirmed that she was working hard.
“This shows that I have been working hard. The feeling is still as usual on my side and I feel so much excited for being nominated and my honour goes to the organisers of the Changamire Festival Awards and my fans who support me all the way,” she said.
The Handisi Tsaga singer, who has found it hard to convince her family on her music career, described music as an inborn thing adding that she was motivated to work hard now more than ever following last year’s dominance.