UNITED Kingdom-based hip-hop musician Selby Shingirai Magaraba popularly known as Km3 recently partnered with Amuse.
Amuse is a digital music distribution service as well as independent record label founded in 2015 in Stockholm, Sweden by entrepreneurs Diego Farias, Andreas Ahlenius, Christian Wilsson, Guy Parry and Jimmy Brodd.
In an interview with the Daily News Km3 said: “I have recently partnered with Amuse to release my tracks on Spotify, Apple music and Tiktok respectively.”
Km3 has hit singles; Hatitambe Idzodzo featuring Fucci, Zvaita Vapfana and he recently put together a new mix tape.
“I believe my upcoming mix tape is going to certainly change how people look at Zimbabwean hip-hop and music in general,” he said.
“I always tell people that am not a rapper, driller or trapper but I am just not your typical regular guy too because that’s exactly how I describe my music.”
Km3 grew up in Bulawayo before moving to Europe where he is currently studying Law at the University of Dundee in Scotland.
He said his dream is to one day become a practicing lawyer although his passion and gift is music.
“Like most students, I find it hard balancing both studying law which is a very demanding course and music.
“With the current situation in the world including the Covid-19 pandemic and the riots in America I have been feeling very inspired to write more music that I hope will uplift people in these sad times and give them something to cheer about as well as put Zimbabwe on the map with my music.”