Hit song berates gossipers
By Rosalia David
MULTI-TALENTED disc jockey, producer and singer representing the Zambezi region, Mushe Musomi best known as DJ Vuyo, has released another hot track titled Karomoromo featuring Kwaito Lager, a song he says is meant to silence rumour-mongers.
Karomoromo is a song from his upcoming album which will be released towards end of November.
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In an exclusive interview with Confidente, DJ Vuyo said the song means ‘big mouth’ in his language Sifwe and that it is dedicated to those who wake up every morning to do nothing but gossip and spread rumours about people around them.
He said out of every village or neighbourhood there is always that one gossip monger who can’t seem to keep their nose out of matters that do not concern them.
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“The title of the song actually means big mouth. It is about anyone who only knows how to spread rumours about people around the village or town … those people who concentrate on other people’s lives and do nothing productive during the day,” he explained.
With the music video already out and trending on YouTube, DJ Vuyo said many people are happy that he released a song that they can relate to.
After releasing the video, he said, the track has become some sort of a ‘national anthem’ in the Zambezi region.
“People love the song. It is really a good song … without sounding cocky … and it has a nice beat to jive to.”
DJ Vujo further foresees his latest song becoming a summer jam that will make waves during the approaching festive season.
“I am releasing my album towards end of November but I don’t have a title yet, I normally name my albums after I am done with the entire production phase,” he said, adding that music lovers can expect good features from popular musicians such as TopCheri, Sunny Boy and Tate Buti.
DJ Vuyo broke into the music industry in 2008.