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Entertainment - Date: 06 September 2020
Written by: Bernard Chiguvare / Viewed: 1200
“We are living in a global village, and I believe we are under one God, so we have to share whatever I produce with everyone, irrespective of where you are staying,” said Hilda Mudau, the musician and actress who recently released her fourth afro-soul album.
The title of the album is Nyavhumbwa wadakaila wa kanda vhouvhumbalo (I grow up and become rich do not forget where you came from).
Mudau hails from Ha-Mandiwana in Nzhelele. She is the author of the story Stepmother.
“The new album is internationally recognised because the way I produced it suits all cultures. I wanted to motivate people to recognise their different cultures,” she said.
Though the lockdown is in place, Mudau could find a bit of time to come up with her new album. “I do thank the government for giving us a bit of time, and I used that time to come up with this new album,” said Mudau.
If anyone wants to buy the album, visit Makhado Biaba at the new image building or call 072 817 5994.
Hilda Mudau recently released a new album.
Bernard Chiguvare is a Zimbabwean-born journalist. He writes mainly for the online publication, Groundup.