Kuda Musasiwa

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Kuda MusasiwaKuda Musasiwa
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BornKudakwashe Musasiwa
OccupationHip-Hop Producer, Entrepreneur
EmployerFresh In A Box, #TLFDrive
Known forManaging [[[Fadzayi Mahere]] Political Campaign

Kuda Musasiwa (Also known as Begotten Sun) is a Zimbabwean entrepreneur, musician, and music producer. [1] He is known mostly having managed Fadzayi Mahere's political campaign for Mt Pleasant Member of parliament in from 2017 to 2018. He is also known for founding tech-based businesses Fresh In A Box and Lytee.

Musasiwa was the producer for Hip-hop artists among them Junior Brown.

Musasiwa is involved in the product of Acie Lumumba's #TLFDrive Youtube show which features celebrities being interviewed by Lumumba while he drives. The show has been quite successful in building a sizeable audience in Zimbabwe.

Personal life

Kuda is married to Nomaliso Musasiwa. Musasiwa lived in the UK where he had moved to after school. In 2008 he made a decision to return. He commented on the decision:

I decided to come back to Zimbabwe in 2008 when I was working as a cleaner & Night Porter at a local 3 star hotel in Essex. I was that cleaner who the MD used to call into his office every night to assist him with his million £ Pound Excels, then send me to make him a cuppa.[2]


Kuda did his high school at Prince Edward High School in Harare.


In 2017 following complaints by Hiphop artists in Zimbabwe that they were being sidelined by the promoters of shows, Musasiwa commented:

“These people are just crybabies, they are lazy. Zim hip-hop must prove its worth, where are the independently promoted shows of our genre that pull so many people so that the country notices?”[3]


Interview with Trevor Ncube in 2019:


  1. Here are THREE reasons you should be watching Kuda Musasiwa’s TeaTime, Three Men On A Boat, retrieved: 11 Oct 2018
  2. Musasiwa on Twittter, Published:5 May 2019, Retrieved: 5 May 2019
  3. We are being sidelined: Hip-hop artists, The Standard, Published: 27 Aug 2017, Retrieved: 5 May 2019'