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Press Release: Voice2Rep To Launch Vakuru Album

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Press Release: Voice2Rep To Launch Vakuru Album

Voice2Rep will launch it’s third studio album at a music event at Moto Republik on Saturday, 5 November 2022, from 12 pm to 6 pm.



Vakuru is a call from young people to the elders of Zimbabwean society to discuss the issues that affect them. Voice2Rep supports young musical artists with a message that raises awareness of social problems to improve their skills and promote their work. The young artists featured on Vakuru want to ensure that young people are heard. Vakuru invites all members of society to listen.

The album follows the tradition of mixed genre albums, including Reggae, HipHop, AfroBeat, Amapiano, a mixture of Imbube and Khwela, or township journeys or Marabi music. It is freely available across all platforms, including WhatsApp. Music fans can download the album by sending ‘Vakuru’ to +27600806146.

The event also features different activities such as sip and paint by AbstractFaro for only $15, Astrology Readings and so much more.

Voice2Rep is a joint initiative between Magamba Network & Accountability Lab Zimbabwe. It is a competition searching for underground and undiscovered music artists who support more excellent representation, participation, and accountability across Nigeria, Liberia, and Zimbabwe. The competition launched in Zimbabwe in 2020 and has produced two studio albums, Freedom (2021) and Power (2022). Sarah Yvette Bonne won the competition in 2021. She used the opportunity to establish a music studio and a non-governmental organization that supports women artists in the music industry. Tanaka Stephen Moyo, aka Ndonzi Beatx, won the 2021 edition of the competition.

This Voice2Rep event is produced through a partnership with CivicActs and Enthuse Magazine.

For more information about the artists, look at this year’s cohort press kit for bios and headshots. We are happy to organize one on one interviews with the artists when requested.

Here is a list of the Artist Names and their Song Focus:


Tsepo oka Maseko speaks on Gender Based Violence

Tsitsi Masawi aka Tsitsi speaks on Culture,Structural Violence and Social Service Delivery focusing on Water

Chiedza Manyaya aka Chichi speaks on Life as an orphan in Zimbabwe.

Rumbidzai Mutasa aka Ruuniq speaks on (un)employment and living wages

Gift aka Abuja Lali G speaks on Drug Abuse

Blessmore Vanissa Tombe aka Vanie Tops Tombe speaks on Early Child Marriages

Cameth speaks on Child Labour

Paida Zanamwe aka Pekayna speaks on Poverty

Comfort Ndlovu speaks on Healing & Reconciliation

Tinayeh The Vocalist speaks on Sexual Harrasment

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