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Prince Kudakwashe Musarurwa

Musarurwa was born and raised in Zimbabwe, attending Hatfield Primary School and Churchill Boys High School.

Musarurwa's career began with his family, starting with August Msarurgwa, composer of the song Skokiaan.[1] He sang in his school choir, spending much of his time playing his father's acoustic guitar. While growing up his musical influences included Oliver Mtukudzi, Salif Keita and Hugh Masekela. After finishing high school he went to the Zimbabwe College of Music.

After this he recorded his first album called Kurarama in 2011 , followed by another album titled Garamuberevere in 2012. In 2013 a collaboration followed with his niece Pamhidzai Tracy Mbirimi (Pah Chihera)[2] on a song called Runonzi Rudo,[3]which Musarurwa wrote, as well as all the songs on Tracy's debut album. In the same year of 2013, Musarurwa also released an album titled Gogodera'..


Instruments

Acoustic Guitar
Hosho
Mbira


Discography[edit]
2011 - 2012 : KURARAMA

1)Chihera
2)Hamungandisarudzire
3)Makorokoto
4)Waenda
5)Harumbomanikidzwe
6)Jubhi
2012 - 2013 : Garamuberevere

1)Garamuberevere
2)Mamoyo
3)Amai Ndinotenda
4)Mumhanzi Mnandi
5)Zvauya Sei
6)Amai Mwana
7)Mwanasikana
8)Tonde (dedication song to Tonde Mawoko)
2013 - 2014 : Gogodera

1)Garimoto
2)Ndiani Jongwe (Gogodera)
3)Tamba Irikurira
4)Dzorai Moyo
5)Magumbo
6)Nhamo
7)Muchaneta
8)Wanga Wakarara