Xolisani Nyathi Arts Reporter
Due to her controversial love affairs over the years, Pauline also revealed that in the single she will be sharing her experiences with her boyfriend Fuzzy L. Urban Grooves diva Pauline Gundidza will this April release a single called “Victorious” which tackles issues of gender based violence and early marriages. The single features musician Fuzzy L. Gundidza, who is keen to fight for the rights of women and girls through her music, said the name given to the single explores the fact that women have been victorious in what they have been fighting for over the years.
“The single stipulates that people, especially women, are victorious in what they have been fighting for over the years — equal rights and basically to end gender based violence and all the other discriminatory practices against women and the girl child,” she said.
Due to her controversial love affairs over the years, Pauline also revealed that in the single she will be sharing her experiences with her boyfriend Fuzzy L. “I am challenging everyone especially women to overcome their fears and embrace love therefore this single is an inspiration to them, and also in the song Fuzzy and I share experiences.
“We both have difficult pasts, but we have found love in each other after nearly giving up therefore, I am encouraging others to keep believing that they will find happiness too”, she added.
Gundidza held a Family Day Celebration Concert last weekend, dubbed “Victorious” which saw her launching this single that she will be releasing. Although the celebrations flopped, it was not just an ordinary event but a celebration of the many milestones that women have achieved in lobbying for gender parity.
In an interview on the side lines of the event, Pauline, she said the timing of the show could have affected the outcome. “I think I did these celebrations at the wrong time. I am glad that some artistes like Albert Nyathi, Edith, and Rute managed to come. However, we will keep doing such events,”