Tatenda Kamera

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Tatenda Kamera
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Known forBeing Secretary General of AAG & supporting Zanu-PF party.

Tatenda "Mr Kamera" Kamera is a Zimbabwean musician and producer based in South Africa. He is popularly known as Mr Kamera and has worked with African musicians; Ice Prince, L-Tido, Gemini Major and fellow Zimbabwean musician Bryan K.


Career

He is a self-taught producer who has worked with big African names, including Ice Prince, Victoria Kimani, Burna Boy, Cassper Nyovest, AKA and Yemi Alade. Locally he has produced songs for Ammara Brown. He is popularly known for the song Pamusika, which features Bryan K. He rose to prominence in South Africa in 2013 after producing the song "Fresh N Clean" for L-tido and Ice Prince.[1] The remix features additional verses from Ice Prince, Gemini Major.

In 2015 he produced and co-wrote a song ‘Rassa Muswe’ on Nigerian DJ Xclusive's album ‘According To X’. DJ Xclusive is also the official DJ for Wizkid. The song features South African female artist Fiesta Black (FB) famous for the hit ‘Xigubu’. Kamera and Brian Soko founded Anashe Media Group which is a management company. Soko and Kamera have collaborated on projects in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Nigeria and in the US.[2]

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References

  1. Kennedy Nyavaya, Mr Kamera opens doors for Zim artists, Standard, published: December 18, 2016, retrieved: June 14, 2017
  2. Zimbabwean Music Producer Kamera Storms Nigeria, Sheer Publishing, published: July 6, 2015, retrieved: June 14, 2017