Tryson Chimbetu invests in videos

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Tryson Chimbetu invests in videos Tryson Chimbetu

The Herald

Senior Arts Reporter

Gifted Dendera crooner Tryson Chimbetu is investing in quality videos as he looks forward to entrenching his position in the local music industry.

The silky voiced crooner, who for long has been touted for his ability to maintain the original Dendera sound, has since revamped his sound with a modern feel and is capping it with some quality videos.

Speaking to The Herald Arts, Chimbetu said he is reinventing himself in sync with obtaining trends and the new sound and quality videos are helping his drive.

 “Music videos have a better way of communicating your music and what you stand for, and I am happy with the direction we are taking,” he said.

 “We have a new video to the recently released ‘Chihera Remix ‘and it is doing very well on social media and YouTube. We also hope to have it played on the national broadcaster because we have submitted it already.” 

“Chihera Remix” maintains the Dendera beat, but comes with a modern feel that makes it a danceable party hit.

 “On ‘Chihera Remix’ we worked with Brighton Magaya of Laktam Studios and we are loving the magic he put to it,” said Chimbetu. “It’s a rich production and the fans are just loving it.

 “The song comes with a party mood given the festive season period and we are praying that it attains the success of our previous blockbuster hit ‘Maria’, which is still doing well even as far afield as China and Dubai.” 

For the next video project to the chart topping song ‘Mikayla’ off his previous album, Tryson recently flew to South Africa where he worked with videographer Gift ‘Gee Touch’ Sithole of Gee Touch Media.

 “I was in South Africa last week working on the video to ‘Mikayla’ with my brother Gift Gwera of Gee Touch Media and I am impressed by the quality of work and level of investment,” he said.

 “We want to be the best in the game and we will continue investing in such quality videos.” 

Gwera is a childhood friend of Chimbetu.

He said he was impressed with the progress made with the “Mikayla” video and it will be out in two weeks.

 “I grew up with Tryson in Glen View and I believe in his talent,” said Gwera. “The man just needs the right support, otherwise he is a complete music gem.

 “I, therefore, invited him for proper visuals to the song Mikayla which did very well and even topped charts on various radio stations. This video will be out in two weeks and it will do well to cement the success of another recently produced video ‘Chihera Remix.”’ 

Chimbetu is one of the consistent musicians from the Chimbetu family who took over the baton from the late Dendera music founders Simon, Naison, Allan and Briam Chimbetu.

Others from the Chimbetu clan in the music industry are Allan, Sulumani, Saiwe and Douglas.

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