YOUTHFUL musician Chipo Muchegwa has proved that being ably different does not have to deter one from achieving chasing their dreams and achieving their goals.
She has released a scotching hot single and video in a collaboration with Terry G. Titled Ndezvemoyo the video was produced by Sap studios.
Muchegwa who has been basking in the glory of endorsements and is on the verge of clinching a deal with NBS who recently donated an electric wheelchair talking about finding love on the new song.
Muchegwa was in the news sometime last year after it emerged that fellow artiste Sniper Storm was neglecting their love child.
But in the song she proved that she had found love again through her deep appreciation of passion in relationships. “Ndezvemoyo kusvika kumagumo (Love till eternity),” she sings in her mellow voice.
Her manager Donald Ganyaupfu said he was optimistic that Muchegwa was now ripe for a bigger stage.
“Well, Chipo (Muchegwa) is not only talented but is a hard worker and goal-getter. If she sets her eyes on a prize she goes for it and we are only there to support her because we believe in her. She is also a role model for people with disability and dispels notion that they can’t shine,” said Ganyaupfu. He said they had more projects in the offing.
The collaboration is the first between the two artistes and the rich lyrical content resonates with the duo’s love life in real life and it is accompanied by a well-choregraphed video shot in location in Harare.
The video was produced by the talismanic SAP studios and the visuals are pregnant with good aesthetics and colourful.
Terry G said their collaboration was meant to show the world that it took talent to produce good content and not one’s physical being.
“What motivated us to collaborate was that people do not believe people with disability have feelings or they want to be loved. That is why we decided to collaborate on a love track,” he said.
He said the single was based on a true story and it was a matter of art mirroring reality.