WCB singer Raymond Shaban popularly known as Rayvanny has revealed details of the song he had done with legendary singer Oliver Mtukudzi.
WCB’s Rayvanny reveals details of song with Oliver Mtukudzi
Oliver Mtukudzi died on Wednesday!
In a post on Instagram, the Chombo hit maker revealed that he had worked on a song together with Mtukudzi who passed away on Wednesday and Zimbabwean singer Jah Prayzah.
Vanny boy went on to say that the last time they spoke, Oliver Mtukudzi only asked about the release date of their new song, but he could not believe the legendary singer was no more.
“Can't believe that We are not Together....I remember Last time you asked about release date of Our Song with you and @jahprayzah and today we are not Together.... ... MAY YOUR SOUL REST IN PEACE (R.I.P DADDY) LEGEND,” wrote Rayvanny.
Oliver Mtukudzi’s death
Oliver Mtukudzi died on Wednesday at the age of 66 while he underwent treatment at the Avenue Hospital in Harare, Zimbabwe.
He will be remembered for creating music that highlighted the challenges that faced many African countries which included; HIV/AIDS, poverty and leadership problems.
At the time of death, Oliver had produced a total of 67 music albums.
Toured several countries
Mtukudzi is one of Africa’s greatest musicians and he has toured several countries. He has been to all five continents of the world, playing in world capitals and at top festivals.
Until his death, he held various prestigious positions, among them the goodwill ambassador for United Nations Children’s Fund and the coveted Cavaliere of the Order of Merit bestowed to him by the Italian government.
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