#LAChats With Vincent Zimu On Second Album Titled Ng’khetha Wena

Music producer, songwriter and performer Vincent Zimu released his 2nd album titled Ng’khetha Wena. The new album showcases the versatility of his art and having worked with multi-talented producer Joel Mbewe and Patrick Ntuli, the 16-track album is a musical story of Vincent’s Journey with love, expressing his undying love through music and choosing unconditional love. Ng’khetha Wena is the first project released under the label Players Music Group for the year 2020.

We had a chat with Vincent Zimu on his latest offering and here is what he had to say.

Who is Vincent Zimu?

Vincent: Bongani Vincent Zimu is a Music Producer, Vocalist, Songwriter, Performer & Entrepreneur born in Vezubuhle / Kwamhlanga, Mpumalanga, based in Johannesburg, South Africa. I am an Afro-Soul, House Vocalist. My musical journey began in 2008. Since then, I made a name for myself and collaborated with the likes of Mpumalanga Gospel Expo, Afro Brothers, Mono T, Trade Mark, Bongi & Collen, Mr Style, Cariiro, Sizwe Magwaza, and Hassan Green from the USA. Since early childhood, my passion has always been music, and being “the voice of African”. The diverse inspiration of sound is Umbhaqanga that speaks the true African Sound.

What was your first offering before Ng’khetha wena?

 Vincent: Broken Skull Ep 

Why the title Ng’khetha wena on this album and what inspired it?

Vincent: I chose Ng’khetha Wena as the title because I wanted to express that the album is mostly about love as most of the songs talk about love. The album can be dedicated to anyone who is loved or in love.

Which songs should people look out for on this album and why?

Vincent: Look out for Ng’khetha Wena because it’s the song that teaches lovers value one another.

For any aspirant artists or singers in general, what’s your words of encouragement for them?

Vincent: Patience is virtue, a fruit of the spirit and it pays off in due season.

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