GWERU – Chinhoyi born afro fusion musician Brian K has released his newest video titled Pole Pole, which has already hit the airwaves with a bang, considering numbers of views it has scored on social media platforms.
The music star said the video was shot in his home country Zimbabwe last year in December and was directed by Sim Doc.
“The video Pole Pole was shot in the country. We have got beautiful places in Zimbabwe where artists can shoot their videos and show the world the beauty in our country,” Brian K said.
I would like to give much credit to the video director Sim Doc who is one of the best videographers in the country at the moment.”
Brian K became a household name after he released the video Heavy machine a song which celebrates African women who doesn’t use make up to enhance their looks.
Born and bred in Chinhoyi Brian Kadengu, went to Chaedza Primary and Chemagamba Secondary schools.
His first studio recording was in 2009 at Farm house studios in Mhangura with the assistance of his friend cum producer and they recorded a track titled Kumusha which wa not well received due to poor marketing strategies.
His major breakthrough was in 2012 when he won the best prize at Starbrite talent search competition a talent search which is aimed at empowering artists from across the country who fail to sail through the nail bitting competition in the industry.
The competition made him so popular in the country and at the moment Kadengu has two albums. The first one Nyaya dzerudo was released in 2015 and Evolution K came out last year.
With a few years in the music industry Kadengu is a very promising artist with one of his singles titled Forever being played on Trace has become a game changer to the youthful musician.
“I am so grateful to my fans who are very supportive and they are always following my social media platforms encouraging me to keep pushing. Watching my video on Trace has been a dream come true and l believe there are brighter days to come,” Kadengu said.
“I have not yet reached the highest level in my music carrier but l have managed to reach this far because of God’s grace,” he added.
Kadengu said he relocated from Chinhoyi to Harare so that he could follow his dreams making sure his music is being played on national radio and television.
“Everything happens in the capital so l decided to reside there so that l keep in touch with the ever changing world of technology,” he said.
Kadengu encouraged other artists to stay true to what they believe in.
“Always believe in yourself and know that your super power is being you. Don’t let anyone discourage you but follow your dreams always,” Kadengu said.