Buffalo Souljah Pleads with Zimbabweans to Support Local Musicians
17 April 2021
[Photo Credit:Music in Africa]
By Kinyua Mwangi
South African-based Zimbabwean reggae and dancehall artiste Buffalo Souljah has urged Zimbabweans to continue supporting the music industry as it makes a mark into the international scene.
Buffalo recently shared a snippet of Bazooker’s ‘Millionaire’ hit noting that Zimbabweans should support their own and push local music to the global scene.
“This is what I have been fighting for all these years to put Zim music on the international map amongst other African artists,” he said.
He added that as Zimbabwe marked it Independence Day, all he would like is to tell his countrymen to come together and support one another.
“As we celebrate our Independence would like remind my people of Ubuntu lets come together as one and unite support each other Zim music to the world big up my yute @real_bazookerofficial2 @ztsikira let’s keep on #Shanda tinosvika chete,” he opined.
It is not the first time that Buffalo Souljah is calling for unity. In October 2020, he released his sixth album ‘Unity’ where he features a host of artistes from different genres in and out of Zimbabwe.
He said that the diversity in his album was what would make it outstanding years to come as it sends the right message to aspiring artistes in the future.