FEMALE tribal house music sensation Nomalanga Tshuma has bounced back with seven singles as she moves to stamp her authority in the city’s music industry.
Tshuma better known as Noma T is fresh from her festive season tour of neighbouring South Africa where she managed to record some of the singles.
While the upcoming diva last year surprised many when she dumped her gospel genre for secular music, she managed to perform in South Africa’s night spots.
Buoyed by her new releases which include Ngikhathele, African dream, Umuntu wami, Ngikhale, Ngcwele ngcwele, ubusuku bayizolo and Mphum’ ebankini, Noma T has already lined up a number of shows in the city’s watering holes.
Known for her crazy sexy dance moves in skimpy dresses, Noma T describes herself as the queen of tribal house music in the city.
“I am the only crazy queen in the city, I can go to any extent, I can do anything on stage. I just love my job and each moment when I am on stage I get to do what has to be done for my fans.
“But all the same, I still need to grow. I am not looking forward to winning any award this year but to win the hearts of my fans and be declared the real queen of tribal house in the country,” she said.
During her short visit to SA, Noma T said she managed to work on some collaborations with some renowned house musicians from that country.
“It’s too early for me to announce who I have engaged so far but trust me something is being cooked and Bulawayo will soon be shaken as we post our new tracks,” she said.
Noma T, however, attacked fellow senior male musicians for taking advantage of upcoming female musicians.
“It’s painful that in the short period that I have been in the industry I have been subjected to serious sexual abuse by the so-called accomplished musicians.
“I won’t mention their names but I am bitter in that the male musicians think that when you approach them for collaborations you are an easy prey for sex yet it’s wrong. Big artists should learn to accommodate us and not sleep with us.