Harare - Selmor, daughter of the late music legend, Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi, is set to re-kindle Tuku memories to the Tuku music lovers in Zambia as she introduces her newly launched album “Dehwe re Nzou” at Zambia show grounds in Lusaka this Saturday.
Selmor, who has vowed to keep her father’s legacy, is doing everything possible to make sure the Tuku music brand lives on.
Last month, she unveiled a new 11-track album which features a number of songs dedicated to her late father, which she is set to give a taste of to the Tuku music fans in Zambia.
Apart from perfoming songs from her new album, Selmor will also sing some of her late father’s songs so as to keep the brand alive.
The Tuku heiress seems ready to showcase what she is made of to her Zambian fan base, as she promised fire works.
“We are ready, talent from Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia is going to be on fire. People in Lusaka I hope you are ready,” she said.
However, although Selmor is doing her best to keep Tuku music alive, her publicist, Chafunga, said the Tuku heiress is also working on becoming her own brand.
“Our vision is to establish Selmor as her own musician. Yes, she is the daughter of Oliver Mtukudzi, but she can’t live in the shadows of her father forever.
“She will keep playing her late father’s songs on live shows because we want to make sure Tuku music lives forever but she will also focus on making her own brand,” Chafunga said.
Selmor will be perfoming alongside South Africa’s rising star Sho Madjozi, who took the world by storm with her song, John Cena, which she dedicated to the wrestling legend.
Zambia’s Mampi will also share the stage with Selmor.