Tanto Wavie Stuns At Shoko Festival 2021

2021 has been a busy and eventful year for Tanto Wavie. The release of his latest project Sungura Museve has catapulted his career to the next realm. This growth has seen him headlining Shoko Festival Peace in the Hood stage. 

Tanto Wavie At Shoko Festival
Tanto Wavie. IMAGE: Shoko Festival

The Festival has been running for many years in Zimbabwe. The 2021 edition of the Festival was hosted mainly online due to Covid-19 regulations currently in place in Zimbabwe.

Tanto put on a great show on the Peace in the Hood stage. For his Shoko Festival performance, he dressed like his Sungura Museve album cover. He had a mixed and energetic set featuring his older works and newer works from his latest Sungura Museve album. Tanto set the stage ablaze with tracks such as John Chibadura, Zvese, Takura, 007, Mudhipisi and so much more. In an interview with GreedySouth this August he was quizzed on the level of responsibility brought by the success of Sungura Museve he said, "It feels great and a surreal experience, the only challenge is you become a target and competition becomes stiff."

Tanto Wavie aka Founder of TrapSu Shingirai Filbert Makaza born on the 19 September 1997 in Chitungwiza, Zimbabwe a Musician singer, songwriter, producer. He grew up in the mean streets of Zengeza, attending his primary and secondary school in the satellite town of Chitungwiza. From an early age he had a burning passion for arts starting off as a dance-hall chanter and later fell in love with hip hop, his rise to fame could not have been calculated by anyone but himself.

In 2018 the TrapSu artist/ producer pulled one of the best trolling gimmicks on the Zimbabwean entertainment scene – backed by skillfully produced quality music – and landed himself a best newcomer award nomination in the 2018 Zimbabwe Hip Hop Awards.

Inspired by the desire for self affliction, the Zimbabwe Hip Hop Best New Comer 2018 – record producer, rapper, singer and songwriter songs’ are a reflection of his upbringing, for which he is proud of. He is the Founder of TrapSu . TrapSu _Meaning trapsungura sound. - Shoko Festival 

Watch the electrifying performance below:

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