Gospel Singer Bruz Newton comes clean on shifting to Gengetone
Gospel star Bruz Newton who rose to fame after his hit Bazokizo featuring Collo Mfalme may have shifted gears.
The singer recently dropped a gengetone song dubbed ‘Washa Moto’ that left many questioning if he is now a secular artist.
The singer has now broken his silence over the controversy saying that he is a creative and as such does not want to be confined within specific creative walls.
“I just decided to make music without walls around me, because I’m a creative. We were not created to be in walls but be free to exploit and showcase our potentials without limits. I also want to be the next great performer, because before music I’m a dance choreographer and I want to dance to anything without feeling condemnation,” he said
The singer maintains that he has not changed but is merely filling a gap in the industry.
The singer, who also says he has studied music and is ready to invest in his craft, added that he wants to make sure his brand reaches greatness.
“There is a gap in the music industry for a great act who can sing and dance. I’ve not changed who I am I’ve just realized that beyond what I did, “Bruz Newton” is a product that hasn’t been utilized enough and I want to make use of the product and make sure it’s progressive and productive enough to help me reach greatness. I’ve taken enough time to study music and music business, to learn the basics and foundation of becoming a great act and what it requires for me to reach and for me to reach I had to study great people, from how they started to where they are. Be sure of no mediocrity.” He added