Musician Oliver Mtukudzi said he deliberately launched his 67th album called ‘Hany’ga Concern’ through a low key event as a sign of humility.


Tuku, 65, said there was need for artistes to complement each other rather than compete in the same industry, which he felt was not good for the industry.

The launch, which was graced by members of the media, fellow musicians and his friends duped LISTENING SECTIONS, saw him get intimate with stakeholders that he believed helped to push the Tuku music brand to where it is now.

Fellow musicians Bob Nyabinde, Sulu Chimbetu, Tocky Vibes, Mono Mukundu and Picky Kasamba also graced the event.

The album is available worldwide online.

Meanwhile, Tuku’s wife Daisy yesterday hailed various stakeholders who graced the launch.

She was also amused by Tuku’s energy after he reportedly fell sick while on Tour in Mali ahead of the launch.

‘’I would like to thank everybody who came here to support us.

“I was amused by Tuku’s energy because he fell sick in Mali where we held a show recently.

“Over 35 000 people attended the show in Mali and it appears the environment in Mali really affected him. Vakatomborwara vachirutsa ropa pari zvino vave nani,” she said.

Tuku’s manager Walter Wanyai also hailed various stakeholders who attended the launch.

“The launch went according to plan and here we have met various stakeholders who pushed the brand and the celebrations will come later.

“We just want to thank everybody who made this event a success, “he said.



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