Selmor joins women’s big league

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SONGSTRESS Selmor Mtukudzi, pictured, will join some of the finest female musicians who will headline the Queens Festival in Zambia set for March 7.

Fresh from dropping a new album Dehwe Renzou she is ready for the festival judging by her social media posts, sharing the event posters.

Selmor has promised to uphold her late father Oliver, Tuku Music legacy and she seems to be on course.
Tuku made his name by participating at several festivals in and outside Africa and Selmor wants to keep the flame alive.

The female entertainers she is sharing the stage with, among them Sho Madjozi and Mampi are big names in their own right with several hits under their names and they are popular with Zimbabweans having visited and performed in the country.

South African rapper Sho Madjozi is currently one of the most sought-after entertainers in Africa, known for hits such as John Cena and Huku among others.

She is famous with the locals and last year she made her debut performance in Harare at the Borrowdale Race Course.

Zambian singer Mampi is also a big name in African music and many may remember her for the hit single Walilowelela which dominated showbiz across Africa.

She at one point was a guest at the Harare International Festival of the Arts where she cemented her relationship with the locals.

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