Ricky fire hails fans
26 October 2016
Zim dancehall chanter, Ricky Fire – born Tulani Takavada – has hailed fans for their overwhelming response to his seventh album titled 7 Seals.
In an interview through his manager Nokuthula Pukane, his camp said the album, which carries nine tracks, has been endorsed as a must purchase.
“We are humbled by the overwhelming response of the album from the fans.
“The turnout is unbelievable during live shows.
“The track Hakunamumwe, which is a tribute to all mothers who go through so much to raise their children, has already become an anthem.
“In the album we have also covered all the genres (sungura, Hip hop and Zim dancehall).
“The song Style and pattern which is a hip hop song shows versatility,” said Pukane.
The Ndiratidzezvaunoita hit maker’s manager also told this publication that their music encompasses a broad market.
“Our music does not only appeal to the local fans only but it targets all a broad market as well as targeting all the generations (children, youths and adults).
“We try to produce the best and we don’t settle for less.
“I also want to assure fans that we always deliver the best.
“Our primary purpose is to deliver and fans are the ones to judge. We want to thank them for the support which they are giving us and in return we will deliver good music,” she added.