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Wednesday, 9 January 2019

It's Time We Pay Our Dues


Often times we ask ourselves why is it that Zimbabwean music despite being rich in terms of talent still is lagging behind. Perhaps you have blamed it on the economy. But have you asked yourself what am I doing to contribute to my favourite artist's success?

Back in high school, we would have raging feuds on who is the better artist Caspper Nyovest or Aka, just when it seemed to go on for forever one would just administer the knockout blow by talking about net worth. Years later I ask myself how many of the similar debates have been done about local artists comparing maybe Winky D and Killer T but in all of them the issue of net worth never came up.

It is not because our local artists are valueless, they are quite precious it is sad to say they are under appreciated and the unfortunate thing is by us their fans.
We all have favourites in the Zimbabwean music scene and inasmuch as we profess our unwavering support and undying loyalty we are the very same people who cripple their pockets by purchasing and sharing their music illegally.

Fortunately, there is a way we can contribute to their happiness just as they contribute to ours and that is by legally purchasing their music. For as little as a dollar, one can use various electronic platforms such as Eco Cash and VISA cards to legally purchase music on OyOsMusic an online music store which sells and distributes local music.

As our music industry grows which it is, it is high time our artists get paid, live lavish and be able to live the life they deserve. You are not a fan until you show that you are a fan, stay woke, support local music.

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