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[[File:Guspy-Warrior.jpg|300px|thumb|left|Guspy Warrior]] '''Guspy Warrior''' (born Emmanuel Manyeruke) is the son of legendary gospel singer [[Mechanic Manyeruke]] and a popular Zimbabwean dancehall artist known for his hit song ''Seunononga''.
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'''Guspy Warrior''' (born Emmanuel Manyeruke) is the son of legendary gospel singer [[Mechanic Manyeruke]] and a popular [[Zimdancehall]] artist known for his hit song ''Seunononga''.
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==Background==
 
==Background==
He was born to [[Mechanic Manyeruke|Mechanic ]] and [[Hellenah Manyeruke]] on 24 March, 1990.<ref>[http://www.herald.co.zw/a-warriors-warning/ A Warrior’s warning], ''The Herald'', Published: March 20, 2014, Retrieved: July 16, 2014</ref> He is the youngest boy in a family of seven (four boys and three girls). Guspy is married to [[Amanda Nyagato]] and the youthful couple is blessed with a three-year-old girl named Hailey Tinotenda. The two met in their home area [[Zengeza]] in 2008 and they got married on  December 26, 2011.<ref>[http://www.herald.co.zw/meet-the-lady-in-guspy-warriors-life/ Meet the lady in Guspy Warrior’s life], ''The Herald'', Published: January 22, 2014, Retrieved: July 16, 2014</ref>
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He was born to [[Mechanic Manyeruke|Mechanic ]] and [[Helena Manyeruke]] on 24 March, 1990.<ref>[http://www.herald.co.zw/a-warriors-warning/ A Warrior’s warning], ''The Herald'', Published: March 20, 2014, Retrieved: July 16, 2014</ref> He is the youngest boy in a family of seven (four boys and three girls). Guspy is married to [[Amanda Nyagato]] and the youthful couple is blessed with a three-year-old girl named Hailey Tinotenda. The two met in their home area [[Zengeza]] in 2008 and they got married on  December 26, 2011.<ref>[http://www.herald.co.zw/meet-the-lady-in-guspy-warriors-life/ Meet the lady in Guspy Warrior’s life], ''The Herald'', Published: January 22, 2014, Retrieved: July 16, 2014</ref>
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==Education==
 
==Education==
He did his secondary education at Musengezi High School<ref>[http://www.greedysouth.co.zw/2011/03/guspy-warrior-new-powerhouse-in-local.html Guspy Warrior: The new powerhouse in local Dancehall], ''Greedysouth, Retrieved: July 16, 2014</ref> and later Prince Edward were he came up with 8 points at A level in commercial subject.
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He did his secondary education at [[Musengezi High School]]<ref>[http://www.greedysouth.co.zw/2011/03/guspy-warrior-new-powerhouse-in-local.html Guspy Warrior: The new powerhouse in local Dancehall], ''Greedysouth, Retrieved: July 16, 2014</ref> and later [[Prince Edward High School]] were he came up with 8 points at A level in commercial subject.
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==Music career==
 
==Music career==
 
Mechanic Manyeruke, first discovered Guspy's interest in music when he was only four years old when he took him to the United Kingdom. He started dancing to Bob Marley’s music which was being played in a shop when they were passing by.<ref>[http://www.sundaymail.co.zw/index.php?option=com_content&id=39915:apple-tree-that-bore-an-orange----story-behind-manyeruke-guspy-warrior#.UzQuFl9GJVU Apple tree that bore an orange . . . Story behind Manyeruke, Guspy Warrior], ''The Sunday Mail'', Retrieved: July 16, 2014</ref> Born in a musical family, he became a Rastafarian in 2009 and believes the Rastafarian culture and philosophies  have made him a better person compared to how he was before.<ref>[http://www.sundaymail.co.zw/index.php?option=com_content&id=37483:rastafarianism-made-me-a-better-person-#.UzQw5l9GJVU ‘Rastafarianism made me a better person’], ''The Sunday Mail'', Retrieved: July 16, 2014</ref> Guspy, who is inspired by Jamaican musicians, Sizzla Kalonji, Gentleman and Turbulence, recorded his first album  ‘Born blessed’ in 2008 but non of the 21 songs it carried received any airplay. It was his second album "Time will tell”, which made him popular. The album which carried  42 tracks (18 reggae tunes, 15 dancehall tracks and nine Shona songs), carried the hit song 31 October which enjoyed favourable airplay on local radio station.
 
Mechanic Manyeruke, first discovered Guspy's interest in music when he was only four years old when he took him to the United Kingdom. He started dancing to Bob Marley’s music which was being played in a shop when they were passing by.<ref>[http://www.sundaymail.co.zw/index.php?option=com_content&id=39915:apple-tree-that-bore-an-orange----story-behind-manyeruke-guspy-warrior#.UzQuFl9GJVU Apple tree that bore an orange . . . Story behind Manyeruke, Guspy Warrior], ''The Sunday Mail'', Retrieved: July 16, 2014</ref> Born in a musical family, he became a Rastafarian in 2009 and believes the Rastafarian culture and philosophies  have made him a better person compared to how he was before.<ref>[http://www.sundaymail.co.zw/index.php?option=com_content&id=37483:rastafarianism-made-me-a-better-person-#.UzQw5l9GJVU ‘Rastafarianism made me a better person’], ''The Sunday Mail'', Retrieved: July 16, 2014</ref> Guspy, who is inspired by Jamaican musicians, Sizzla Kalonji, Gentleman and Turbulence, recorded his first album  ‘Born blessed’ in 2008 but non of the 21 songs it carried received any airplay. It was his second album "Time will tell”, which made him popular. The album which carried  42 tracks (18 reggae tunes, 15 dancehall tracks and nine Shona songs), carried the hit song 31 October which enjoyed favourable airplay on local radio station.
 
In 2011, he produced a 17-track album called 'Dance Hall Dada' which had several hit songs such as Kanondida which featured [[Lady Squanda]], Dancehall Champions and Summer Time.
 
In 2011, he produced a 17-track album called 'Dance Hall Dada' which had several hit songs such as Kanondida which featured [[Lady Squanda]], Dancehall Champions and Summer Time.
The following  year in 2012, he released his fith album , 'Handikwanise Kuzvitaura' which carried 14  tracks with songs such as Seunononga, My Life, Sorry and Breathless being the most popular.  He launched his
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The following  year in 2012, he released his fith album , 'Handikwanise Kuzvitaura' which carried 14  tracks with songs such as Seunononga, My Life, Sorry and Breathless being the most popular.   
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==Guspy Warrior's Videos==
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==Latest Articles Created on Pindula==
 
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Revision as of 10:15, 10 February 2015

Zimdancehall Artist
Guspy Warrior
Emmanuel Manyeruke, Singer
BornEmmanuel Manyeruke
(1990-03-24) March 24, 1990 (age 31)
NationalityZimbabwe
EducationMusengezi High School,Prince Edward High School
Occupation
  • Zimdancehall artist.
Years active2011 to present
Known forSinging
Spouse(s)Amanda Nyagato
ChildrenHailey Tinotenda Manyeruke
Parent(s)Mechanic Manyeruke and Helena Manyeruke


Guspy Warrior (born Emmanuel Manyeruke) is the son of legendary gospel singer Mechanic Manyeruke and a popular Zimdancehall artist known for his hit song Seunononga.

Background

He was born to Mechanic and Helena Manyeruke on 24 March, 1990.[1] He is the youngest boy in a family of seven (four boys and three girls). Guspy is married to Amanda Nyagato and the youthful couple is blessed with a three-year-old girl named Hailey Tinotenda. The two met in their home area Zengeza in 2008 and they got married on December 26, 2011.[2]

Education

He did his secondary education at Musengezi High School[3] and later Prince Edward High School were he came up with 8 points at A level in commercial subject.

Music career

Mechanic Manyeruke, first discovered Guspy's interest in music when he was only four years old when he took him to the United Kingdom. He started dancing to Bob Marley’s music which was being played in a shop when they were passing by.[4] Born in a musical family, he became a Rastafarian in 2009 and believes the Rastafarian culture and philosophies have made him a better person compared to how he was before.[5] Guspy, who is inspired by Jamaican musicians, Sizzla Kalonji, Gentleman and Turbulence, recorded his first album ‘Born blessed’ in 2008 but non of the 21 songs it carried received any airplay. It was his second album "Time will tell”, which made him popular. The album which carried 42 tracks (18 reggae tunes, 15 dancehall tracks and nine Shona songs), carried the hit song 31 October which enjoyed favourable airplay on local radio station. In 2011, he produced a 17-track album called 'Dance Hall Dada' which had several hit songs such as Kanondida which featured Lady Squanda, Dancehall Champions and Summer Time. The following year in 2012, he released his fith album , 'Handikwanise Kuzvitaura' which carried 14 tracks with songs such as Seunononga, My Life, Sorry and Breathless being the most popular.

Guspy Warrior's Videos

Dancehall Champions
Kanondida

Latest Articles Created on Pindula


References

  1. A Warrior’s warning, The Herald, Published: March 20, 2014, Retrieved: July 16, 2014
  2. Meet the lady in Guspy Warrior’s life, The Herald, Published: January 22, 2014, Retrieved: July 16, 2014
  3. Guspy Warrior: The new powerhouse in local Dancehall, Greedysouth, Retrieved: July 16, 2014
  4. Apple tree that bore an orange . . . Story behind Manyeruke, Guspy Warrior, The Sunday Mail, Retrieved: July 16, 2014
  5. ‘Rastafarianism made me a better person’, The Sunday Mail, Retrieved: July 16, 2014