Tongai Moyo Junior was born at Kwekwe General Hosptial and bred in Kwekwe. He was born in a family of eight children – three boys and five girls and is the fourth child. When he left Kwekwe for Harare, Moyo was based in Eyecourt, Waterfalls.
Moyo went to Sesombe Primary School before transferred to Kwekwe Primary school.
Afterwards, he did his secondary first year at Loreto High School then later moved to Manunure High School in Mbizo, Kwekwe. In 2014, he left Kwekwe for Harare to finish his O Level studies firstly at Manyame Park and lastly at Kenzim College where he said he "passed with flying colours."
Moyo like his brother Peter also uses the name Utakataka Express for his band. He released the song Dhewa Vedu in which he asks why only one person is enjoying their father’s inheritance at the expense of everyone else.
- Tongai Moyo Jnr, ‘I’m here to preserve Dhewa legacy’, H-Metro, Published: February 26, 2020, Retrieved: June 29, 2021
- Michael Magoronga, Could Tongai Moyo junior save Dhewa music?, The Chronicle, Published: March 14, 2020, Retrieved: June 29, 2021
- Edwin Nhukarume, Tongai Moyo Jnr confident, H-Metro, Published: January 20, 2021, Retrieved: June 29, 2021