Covid-19 era time to polish work – producer


RISING young Mvurwi producer Tadiwanashe Mgabazi popularly known as Starzy First Pattern in music industry is taking the current Covid 19 pandemic era as the time to polish up his work.

The era has impacted negatively on artistes as they cannot conduct live shows which brings a better remuneration to them but for Starzy First Pattern it is time to make polished stuff.

Speaking to Spotlight News online the 18-year producer said artistes should make good use of this time.

“The Covid 19 era has been viewed as a bad time for us artistes since shows which generally give us money were banned but instead it is that time were artiste should take a look at their work and fine tune it for their own good,” he said.

“Usually when music is it’s peak we rush our work but this break has actually taught me to polish up my work.”

Starzy First Pattern is doing his Advanced level at Mvurwi high school and the Covid 19 pandemic era has given him enough time to balance the two.

“Schools are closed and they have been like that for a long time that has actually given me enough time to balance the two,” he added.

He is producing music for upcoming artiste in and around Mvurwi and has been in the music industry since the age of seven.

Tendai Guvamombe