Mad Bwoy Khaki
South African-based Zimbabwean reggae and dancehall artiste, Mad Bwoy Khaki, who shot to fame with a string of his mesmerizing singles, is now officially back in the studio working on his 10 track debut album.
The Chimanimani-born artist broke onto the mainstream music scene with singles such as Kumakomo featuring Sanii Makhalima, Runondipengesa with Teererai Mugwadi, and Drive My Will with Lady Thanda amongst a host of other duets.
Showbiz on Sunday tracked down the dancehall kingpin at his Rustenburg home where he is now based after he left Zimbabwe in late 2009 to get “more international exposure”.
Born Shepherd Munjari, the talented microphone chanter is working his way back to the top through the production of his first solo project.
“I am currently working on my first solo project. So far I have finished five tracks and recording is still in progress for the 10 track album. It is being done by two South African producers, Tapelo and Ipeleng.” he said, adding that he is yet to decide the title.
“I have not yet come up with the title of the album, but it is more of reggae and dancehall. It talks about a lot of things, from love to praising the Almighty. It is a positive message to my loyal fans who have been waiting in vain for my return,”
The 29-year-old lyricist said the album will feature several local and South African artistes and will also be launched in Zimbabwe.
“I’m looking forward to feature four artistes, two from South African and the other two from home (Zimbabwe). The album will also be launched in Zimbabwe,” said Mad Bwoy Khaki who is now rolling with – Brek Ya Nek Edutainment – his new crew.