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Musician Leo Magozz opens up about his music career

Hip Hop artist Tavonga Leo Magombedze, affectionately known as Leo Magozz, says he has managed to turn his name into a brand and is engaging corporates owing to the success of his Fire Emoji song he released last year.

On the song, he featured musicians Brian Jeck and Bling 4. It was later remixed by an array of artists such as dancehall chanters Nutty O, Buffalo SoulJah, and hip hop sensations Holy Ten, Voltz JT, Kae Chaps, and Kikky Badass all featuring the originator.

Leo Magozz

“I truly appreciate the people I worked with on the song and all my fans. The song was a breakthrough,” he told NewsDay Life & Style.

Leo Magozz said he was working on a new four-track extended play, Practise What You Preach as he tries to make music that speaks to people and touches lives.

“I am working on an extended play; it is more than just music, I am trying to reach out to all the souls out there and connect people through music,” he said.

Leo Magozz

The singer said he had not had any distractions in the industry and desired to take his music to the international level. Through various digital platforms, artistes can upload their music and reach a wider audience.

“Musicians I wish to collaborate with are Jah Prayzah and Nigerian star Divine Ikubor, famously known as Rema,” he noted.

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South Africa-based Zimbabwean businesswoman Blessing Mashangwa, who once accused Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa of stealing over US$1 million from her, has died. She died from an unspecified illness at a hospital in Johannesburg.

Mashangwa and her husband, Upenyu Mashangwa rose to prominence in 2017 after suing Makandiwa in a high-profile and dramatic case that took four years to resolve. The pair claimed that as members of his United Family International Church (UFIC) between 2014 and 2016, they had made varying church offerings and tithes amounting to US$1, 1 million which they later claimed back after quitting UFIC. Read More

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