Mc Prophet Worldwide dreams big
TALENTED Mc Swithun Tinaapi Mapiye, 29, better known as Mc Prophet Worldwide has set his eyes on the international scene through launching his brand called Worldwide Entertainment.
To mark this launch he will be touring various cities in South Africa before eventually visiting other countries overseas.
“I am in the process of making a deal with the South African Broadcasting Corporation(SABC) for a slot as one of their radio DJs,” he told the Daily News.
The Chitungwiza-born Mc Prophet started playing music in kindergarten as a percussion band member. He has over the years shared the stage with acclaimed international acts such as BBC radio DJ Chris Goldfinger, Jamaicans Ricky Trooper, Popcaan, Mavado, Sizzla Kalonji, Turbulence, Elephant Man, Tony Rebel and Black Supremacy to mention a few.
“During the time I was resident at the once hottest reggae hub in town, the Red Fox Hotel. I had the opportunity to also share the stage with local talents such as the Red Fox Sound, Judgement Yard and Legendary Sound,” he said.
“My team and I are striving hard each day; we want to reach a high level of professionalism by working with a lot of DJs and see who we can recruit into this international movement.”
Mapiya said of late he has been overwhelmed by the response they are getting from people as it is clearly showing growth as the journey continues.
He is currently serenading Harare patrons at Old Kebab in Newlands, a place also popularly known as the Party Central.