Rising rapper Holy Ten real name Mukudzei Chatsama has vowed to speak for the youth,addressing day to day challenges affecting the lives of young people.
The 21 year old local rapper who has risen to fame is making waves around the streets with hits like amai,Ghetto redu,ndaremerwa and the recently released mwana ndangubirai out of the Nash Nation Vibe riddim.
One of his hit track ndaremerwa is making waves in the media cycles ,laden with a message of current current hardships that youths are faced with like unemployment and poverty which are hindering progress in the lives of many young people has resonated among both online and far beyond the cyberspace.
“I am a messenger and I have thousands of youths on my back that have trusted me to tell their story, its always about trying to entertain anyone but in those quite,lonely times and where one needs therapy of some sort, that is when they resort to expression”,said Holy.
“I do not care what happens,all I care about is the message and that young guy who has fallen into drugs,the jobless guy who has a master’s degree or a mother that cannot pay school fees”,he said.
“It is all happening as it should,the music is for the streets so l am happy, I am content with all the people that have been supporting me and those that know the music,they are pushing it so l do not have any challenges”,said Holy.