There is no competition for this genre in Zimbabwe at the moment
Being a queen is not all about singing, and being a diva is not all about singing. It has much to do with your service to people and your social contributions to your community.
Talking of queens, meet the Queen of Gqom music, one of the fast rising genres imported from South Africa, Moreblessing Khumalo (27) popularly known by her stage name Sweet Mobby who recently released a controversial song titled Ravanza which is doing well in the local radio stations.
Khumalo kick started her career in 2018 and she has never looked back since then.
“I started my music career in 2018 and since then I have been making positive strides in pushing my career to the next level,” she said.
In an interview with senoir arts reporter, she said even though she embarked the train of music late, she has always been in love with art since childhood.
“I can say that I fell in love with music at a very tender age as I sometimes ran away from school to watch Iyasa perform, the other thing I think art runs in my blood.”said Sweet Mobby.
She also said she was happy that her songs have received significant airplay in local radios.
Sweet Mobby believes that she has no competition locally, thus she is the Queen of Gqom.
“I think locally I have no competition as of yet and I think I would be forgiven if I say I am the queen of Gqom and in five years time I see myself as a big artiste reaching out to the less privileged communities as well,” she exclaimed.
Being a Zimbabwe Prison officer currently stationed at Ndabazinduna in Bulawayo, Moreblessing Khumalo sees the sky as her limit.
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