Pauline Gundidza rediscovers self
“Apart from music, I am looking into other businesses that are essential to the current situation. There are new opportunities like online presence that are challenging me to think out of the box. Necessity is the mother of invention and I am re-inventing myself,” said Pauline.
“I am also growing spiritually as I believe God is the only answer for the world and I hope to inspire others who have lost hope by showing them that God is still with us and He is able to see us through.”
Pauline said while she has enjoyed spending time with her children through this Covid-19 national lockdown, they are not enjoying the confinement. “We are outdoors people and we are especially upset about not being able to attend church.
She said Dreamstation approached her to join musicians chosen for an Amapiano Compilation or DJ Mixtape project. “But after our time in the studio my song Ndoga stood out and it has been selected for release as an independent single.
“There he finds it hard to fit in because of his strong rural background and culture which is far displaced from the urban set-up. This is expressed in dance as he fails to find his step in the city and is haunted by the rhythm of the life he left behind.”
“The world has never heard amapiano fused with mbira, this could be a breakthrough for us. Apart from this amapiano song, we are also releasing two of my singles any time from now considering the festive season is just around the corner.”