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DJ Vuyo dedicated to greater heights

Up and coming act DJ Vuyo says representing the mighty Zambezi Region is more than a dream come true.

Being one of the few artists to represent the Zambezi Region, Mushe Musomi best known as DJ Vuyo has been persistent in his music career. The much passionate singer has been dropping hot singles including Sometimes I Lie and Jealousy with many of his fans urging that he is protected by all means. Having recently dropped another single hit titled Corona featuring Fasidy and Deyder Tears and he is already working on his fifth album.

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Vuyo broke into the music industry in 2008 and he said that Gazza was his inspiration because his music always has a groove. He further added that a full studio setup is the most important tool for an artist not forgetting having clients which completes the whole purpose of owning a studio. He said that he spends his time in the studio working on client’s songs or coming up with new beats.

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“Considering I’m still an upcoming artist I’m still working hard to make it to the top but  I’ve had a few occasions that are most memorable in my career and that’s having Gigs that are sponsored by I-tech which involves performing in different schools back home in Katima for a certain period of time,” said Vuyo.

Having cut off from stage and events performances by the pandemic, Vuyo said that he has been keeping up with his fans through a WhatsApp group where he shares or give highlights on what he is working on to keep them updated and sometimes he goes live on Instagram or Facebook while in the studio. This includes the performance on a live show hosted by MTC in April. 

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