Sulumani Chimbetu: We won’t give up

Sulumani Chimbetu: We won’t give up. The 38-year-old said this after his vintage performance midweek on Gara Mumba Part 3 Concert streamed live on ZTN via Facebook. Sulumani Chimbetu reckons engagement with fans on various social media platforms is the in-thing on lockdown and even beyond.

It was also sponsored by US-based prophet and music fanatic, Passion Java. And being one of the major drawcards of the midweek show, Sulu who was clad in all-black has vowed to up the game when it comes to online marketing.

“Fans are still holed up in their business and everything is done online these days so there is no way we can keep doing business the ancient way. “There are no signs that Covid-19 will end soon so I have decided to utilise such platforms to ensure that I remain relevance.

“As a company and in my own capacity, I have been doing my best to remain relevant on social media but we have since realised that we need to up the game otherwise tinosara,” he said.

Sulu hailed Prophet Passion for giving artistes the exposure during such trying times. “I would like to salute Prophet Passion for remembering us during such trying times because without him we could be stuck in our homes.

“I have realised that we need to move with time and embrace new world trends in the world,” he said. Sulu also hinted on launching his much-anticipated album live on Facebook after realising that he was starving fans of new stuff.

“I was supposed to have launched my new album but we have deferred plans to do so as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

“As it stands public gatherings that we were used to will take long to come back and it’s now time to devise new means to ensure that life goes on. “In also urge fellow artistes to utilise such platforms to ensure that they remain relevant. “Despite these challenges, we won’t give up as people need new music,” he added.

Watch his video below

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Source – H-Metro

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