FROM BWENZI TO CHITSIME? ANOTHER PURE AND TAPIWA COLLABORATION IN THE OFFING
When Bwenzi landed, it became an instant hit, and it grew into a household name. Perfomed in almost all major RFP events, and touring across the branches, Pure and Tapiwa stepped into Gafar Studios again, this time with Chitsime.
Chitsime will be released on 26 October. The expectations are high. Will it live to its billing?
"Every project I'm on, it's an improvement from the previous one. I am growing artistically and getting mature by and by," Pure said. "In the new project, Chitsime, I have seen that even my writing abilities have greatly improved".
On her part, Tapiwa, Popularly known as Piwa or Sister Bwenzi, said, "My first collaboration with Pure was amazing. I have learnt a lot from him I would say."
"In our first project, we managed to work with speed despite being artists of different genres but the product was amazing and the public supported us immensely," Piwa said.
"In Chitsime, people will understand the importance of trusting God. Our expectations are that the audience will give us more support even more than the one we got when Bwenzi came out, because we are now much better and better having learnt a lot"
Some of Pure's top singles include Proud to Be Born Again, I Glorify, Good Life. Earlier this year he released Yesu Ndi Wamkulu, a song featured by Kay-Tee. His recent single is “I will Praise.”
His two music videos, Bwenzi and I will Praise continue to enjoy Airplay on both national and private TV Stations.