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Music is an art and if mastered well many can enjoy it.

Churchill High School student, Godfery Chirau (pictured) is surely causing a stir with his eight-track album entitled “Key Yangu” which was released in March.

The teenager who is affectionately known as Solution, by his legion of fans, has proved that he is the actual solution in teen music.

In an interview with CLS, Solution said music was his passion since birth.

“According to my mother, I was born a musician and last year I chose to become a professional artiste henceforth and went to the studio and recorded my new album which has received an overwhelming response, ” he said.

The lanky lad said the album was inspired by societal settings.

“I love R’n’B music. I want to be the first teenager to make it big in Zimbabwe. I know that the genre has stiff competition and my album came at a crucial time when most of my peers are busy with school work of which I am perfectly fine that I know how to balance music and school,” he said.

The young artiste is also set to release six videos for the debut album “Key Yangu” and the videos will be for the songs “Key Yangu”, “Une Rudo”, “Makandisiirei”, “Vana Vechikoro”, “Slow Down” and “Dzimwe Nguva”.

“I am soon to release my videos so people should watch this space. I have also recorded a song for the Miss Zimbabwe Pageant, “Tsvarakadenga we Zim” in recognition of the beautiful young women that our country is blessed with” said the young musician. Solution has worked with a number of accomplished producers who include T-man, Mount Zion and Anusa, who produced the track Ice Lolo.

The success of the album has seen Solution performing alongside the likes of Trevor Dongo and Chrissy B among other artistes. It seems that with the current rate the boy is rising, he is sure to make a g impact in the music circles in the near future as he is still 14 years old.

However, the teenage artiste, has managed to balance his academics and music which saw him passing his Grade Seven exams with flying colours.

He is now in Form One and says he wants to be a lawyer when he completes school.

Source : The Herald

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