K Prince Amaru
BornKeith Tunha
23 November 1992
EducationBachelor of Arts in Development Studies
OccupationMusician/Development practitioner
ChildrenKunashe Tunha

K Prince Amaru born Keith Tunha is a Zimbabwean musician and development practitioner.


K Prince attended Hwedza High School and pursued his degree in Development studies at Midlands State University in Gweru.

Music Career

K prince started his career in Music whilst he was still in High school. He was a brand ambassador for Zimbabwe National Aids Council which saw him composing a song and participating in roadshows to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS.


  1. Ammara Brown (serenade)
  2. Beer Story
  3. Party Anthem
  4. The Future
  5. Handichmbomira
  6. Amarulah (remix)
  7. No to child Marriage
  8. Toserudo
  9. Without You
  10. Ndirangarirei
  11. Ndozvazviri
  12. Tamba
  13. Brave
  14. Ndiri Munzira
  15. Sunset love
  16. Sexy Love
  17. Dear Mama
  18. Usazondirasisa
  19. Do it Again
  20. Haters

Video Gallery


TOUCH SHORTFILM BY Makaya video productions

Bullet Riddim Medley produced @ Ghetto Studios 1

Ambassador National Aids Council

k PRINCE was the Ambassador for National Aids Council in the No to Child Marriage Campaign (2016) conducted in Mashonaland East Province.


  • Conducting Awareness Campaigns
  • Community engagement through organizing Roadshows
  • Engaging Young people in Religious communities particularly in the indigenous Church constituency Apostolic Christina Council of Zimbabwe (ACCZ)
  • Distribution of IEC Materials

District Youth Facilitator

K Prince also volunteered in the Young People's Network on Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health (2015 conducted in Hwedzaand Marondera.


  • Resource mobilization
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Organizing Inter-Religious Dialogue on SRHR in the indigenous church constituency
  • Reporting to District Aids Coordinator DAC

Theatre for community outreach

In the 2016-17 calendar year, K Prince Wrote and Recorded the No to Child marriage song and the theme song of the condom police protection local drama, Zimupurisa Rinokuridzira Protection (ZRP).