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Terrence Kudakwashe Tichapondwa  (born 6 October 1996),professionally known by his stage name Tryt, is a Zimbabwean singer and songwriter.
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'''[[Tryt]]''' (born 6 October 1996), whose real names are Terrence Kudakwashe Tichapondwa,is professionally known as a singer-songwriter from [[Zimbabwe]].
  
 
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Tryt was born on 6 October 1996 to Mr. and Mrs. Tichapondwa. He started his musical career at the age of 14 years recording his unreleased tracks in home studios and grew up in Kadoma,Zimbabwe. He attended Field Air Base Primary School, and later attended Jameson High School for his secondary level in Kadoma.Tryt later relocated to Harare to pessue his musical career where he started a recording production company (record label) [[Style Mates Entertainment]].On 27 August 2016, Tryt released a single with a video titled "Kongonya",which saw his rise to prominence. The music video, which was shot by Mussolini Media Entertainment run for 3 minutes 45 seconds.In 2017 he released "Holla at your boy" from his EP "The StyleBoy".
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Tryt was born on 6 October 1996 to Mr. and Mrs. Tichapondwa. He started his musical career at the age of 14 years recording his unreleased tracks in home studios and grew up in Kadoma,Zimbabwe. He attended Field Air Base Primary School, and later attended Jameson High School for his secondary level in Kadoma.Tryt later relocated to Harare to pessue his musical career where he started a recording production company (record label) [[Style Mates Entertainment]].On 27 August 2016, Tryt released a single with a video titled "Kongonya",which saw his rise to prominence. The music video, which was shot by Mussolini Media Entertainment run for 3 minutes 45 seconds.In 2017 he released "Holla at your boy" from his EP "[[The StyleBoy]]".
 
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Singer-Songwriter
Tryt
File:Tryt 4.jpg
BornTerrence Kudakwashe Tichapondwa
(1996-10-06) October 6, 1996 (age 24)
Chiredzi,Zimbabwe
NationalityZimbabwe
Other namesStyleBoy
OccupationSinger-Songwriter
Years active2010-present
OrganizationStyle Mates Entertainment
Known forAfropop*Afro beat*Hip hop
Websitehttps://g.co/kgs/Za1ogm

Tryt (born 6 October 1996), whose real names are Terrence Kudakwashe Tichapondwa,is professionally known as a singer-songwriter from Zimbabwe.

Early life and music career

Tryt was born on 6 October 1996 to Mr. and Mrs. Tichapondwa. He started his musical career at the age of 14 years recording his unreleased tracks in home studios and grew up in Kadoma,Zimbabwe. He attended Field Air Base Primary School, and later attended Jameson High School for his secondary level in Kadoma.Tryt later relocated to Harare to pessue his musical career where he started a recording production company (record label) Style Mates Entertainment.On 27 August 2016, Tryt released a single with a video titled "Kongonya",which saw his rise to prominence. The music video, which was shot by Mussolini Media Entertainment run for 3 minutes 45 seconds.In 2017 he released "Holla at your boy" from his EP "The StyleBoy".

Similar Profiles You Might Want to See

Discography

Singles

  • Kongonya (2016)[1]
  • Take control (2017)
  • Shoki Shoki (2017)
  • Unondipengesa (ft Gene Gatawa & Mas Mie) (2017)

EPs

The StyleBoy

  • Holla at your boy (2017)
  • Hwishu (2017)
  • Tamba (2017)
  • Wynaa (2017)

Pictures

Videos by Tryt

Kongonya-Tryt
Holla at your boy-Tryt

References