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Producer Tungamidzai Simango said following the success of his cancer awareness productions he is set to establish a recording studio. The producer recently acquired some of the studio equipment.

“My wish is to establish a reputable studio with state-of-the art equipment,” he said.

Simango has worked with urban grooves musicians Pauline Gundidza, Alishias “Maskiri” Musimbe and Muzimba and they have released two singles on cancer.

“At first I thought I was just doing it for my late wife who succumbed to cancer but I have decided to go commercial,” said Simango.

Asked if he was willing to go into music as a full time producer, Simango said he had a passion in music.

Born and bred in Masvingo the producer studied music at the Zimbabwe College of Music.

“I was a promoter who even brought Oliver Mtukudzi in Chipinge and I was involved in beauty pageants held in Chipinge.

“After I lost my wife in October to breast cancer I decided to take the campaign to all Zimbabweans and I decided to bankroll this project,” he said.

“Recently we managed to perform at a cancer workshop hosted by the Ministry of Health and Child Care and they have shown their commitment in working with us to take the awareness campaign ahead.”

He said they were recording a song that will also educate children about cancer.

“If we start to teach the kids then we can work positively to fight against the disease and create a free cancer generation,” said Simango.

He said his wish was to assist upcoming artistes even if they cannot afford to raise money to record their songs.

Source : The Herald

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