TAKURA READY TO DROP #SHTDI ALBUM
Zimbabwean artist Takura is set to release his first ever album on the 13th of April.We not sure of the venue yet but we know its gonna be lit. Takura posted on his Instagram that they gonna be selling 300 tickets only.
Losing my father at age 11 was tragic and within all the turmoil mama (my queen) was ill, i looked at the woman that i would do anything for and thats when i knew i had to do it. There was an empty pair of shoes that had to be filled.
Had a constant question in my head if not you TAKURA then who? Sacrificing my comfort i had to dive in head first with my family on my mind and a dream to be great in my heart. To get to where i am it took hard work and courage to look beyond my fears and silence the doubt from within.
The hardest lesson i learnt was hard work beats Talent when talent doesn’t work hard.i had to put in the work , i had to go through it. Talent got me to the door but has work took me to the top.Being compared didn’t affect me and i was unapologetic for evolving past other peoples comfort zones.So this is to everyone out there handling their business, following their vision and getting their grind on.
To those stepping out of their comfort zones. Embrace new chances ,prove them wrong and dont give u. To achieve your goals pus yourself no one else is gonna do it for you because aint nothing to it but to do it, said Takura.
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