Career moves that might take years or even forever to happen were concluded within a short space time when Nutty O was in the UK. Traditionally most popular Zimbabwean artists focus mainly on their stage performance when they tour outside of the country, making little or no effort to network, promote their brands in the media and collaborating during their trip but Nutty O’s recent UK sojourn ticked all the right boxes.
By Argus Mepo
He managed to score big as he had an epic studio session with the multi-talented UK based producer Rymez, who has produced for artists like Wizkid & Burna Boy, to mention just a few. Iam sure these two stars syncronised their energies and produced another Mustard Seed like banger.
On a more interesting note, he interacted and exchanged notes with some of the musical giants like Dj Spinal and Jae 5, we equally hope that interaction will translate into a magical collaboration.
As if this is not enough, he featured on one of the viral podcasts in UK which is hosted by Energy Gawd where he got introduced to Iyanya, a shining Afrobeats musical star from Naija. It seems like the doors he sang about about opened effortlessly.
The most memorable part of his UK trip was his BBC 1 Extra interview hosted by Dj Edu. The interview revealed his intellectual side, untapped potential as well as his game-changing vision. Moreover, it gave him a platform to market his solid and likeable brand to the rest of the world.