Qounfuzed speaks on India tour

UNITED KINGDOM-based musician Qounfuzed

UNITED KINGDOM-based musician Qounfuzed has hailed his musical tour to India and described it as a great experience.

The Kamunamato kekubhawa hit maker is currently on a world tour which has taken him to South Africa, Cyprus, Poland, and Ireland. He is set to visit South Africa again, Australia, Germany, Canda, the United Arab Emirates and Zimbabwe.

The singer performed in the state of Pan Jab.

“The India tour was great; it was very different despite the long flights. The environment and infrastructure is similar to Africa so I kind of related and connected with it easily," he said.

The fans were amazing. For the first time I was in a place where I felt the love and genuine support of the fans and the promoters, people were just happy to see me and it was like a fair trade as I was also happy to see everyone from home showing me love.

 “As for the turn up, it was crazy, who knew there were so many Zimbabweans in India? People took flights and long train rides just to come to my show. I was happy to perform for an electric crowd like the Indian crowd.”

Qounfuzed revealed that he visited two top international educational institutions during his stay there.

“During my stay in India while I was on tour with the promoter Kelvin Maunganidze of Boss K events I managed to visit two of the top Indian International educational institutions called the CGC Janjeri where I met the director of the institution of Chandigarh group of college Asimjot Singh Chahal and also Sunil Soni the director of SVIET International affairs (Swami Vivekanand Institute of Engineering & Technology)," he said.

"I want to take a moment to express my deepest appreciation for the incredible experience I had during my recent visit to these two esteemed institutions. I was fortunate enough to meet with faculty members, engage in stimulating conversations with current students, and explore the remarkable facilities that both the CGC Jhanjeri and SVIET are offering to students.

I am sure that the institutions are welcoming International students and making sure that they are not missing the comfort of their homes. It’s definitely a safe space for students from faraway lands, and it was my pleasure to visit them and we managed to discuss and make future plans to see how we can work together in the best ways possible and I’m glad that I will be working together with them in the near future.”

Qounfuzed said he also collaborated with Indian artist Gur Aulakh and an upcoming Zim musician based in India called Parwin.

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