While contemporary musician Braveman "Baba Harare" Chizvino (pictured) enjoys the success of the mega hits. The reason why his debut album Minamato Yarasta is a mammoth task and his extended prayer now is that the follow-up 10-track Ramba Wakadzvanya project, which will be released in January, will live up to hype.
By Kennedy Nyavaya
Some will argue that Baba Harare had a single passport to fame, to get such a big song from his second album, but that's one thing, every artist's real dream is to keep rising and the bassist is no exception.
In an interview with The Standard Style, the product of Jah Prayzah's high Third Generation band described the title of the third album under his belt as both self-assessment and encouragement to his followers to continue doing what made them successful in any field.
"It's for encouragement that whatever they should keep pushing as I do because I'm not planning to let go of my influence," he said.
Produced by Maselo, the project will include Zimdancehall prodigies Jah Signal and Enzo Ishall, but his belief in the project is not within the mentioned names, rather the heavens.
"The problem with most artists is that their music is listened to because they are very good. That's all God, because all we can do is work, do not change winning formula and then leave it to Him," he said.
"This made my song a success and how it will continue to happen in future projects. Artists should not change what they do because of any other or subsequent trends. One should only find where they are comfortable."
After last week's comedy show at his former payer Jah Prayzah's show that seemed to throw away speculation that they were on a collision course, Baba Harare repeated that such an idea was a picture of those who were not subject to their relationship.
"Some people have created competition in their minds but we are not in competition but we can not stop people from saying what they want," he said despite his sudden withdrawal from the band 2016 who left JP Studios at six and sang over his decision.
Everything that is now under the bridge and that is thanks to the fans like Baba Harare feel guilty to accept that he left JP's shadow.