Mega Yout  is one of the most underrated  reggae/dancehall artist ever to emerge out of the helmet movement  in Zimbabwe, to date he has managed to keep the torch ablaze through  performing not only in his home turf  but  in East Africa where  artists such as Burna Boy,Shatta Wale,Epixode  and Stone Bwouy rule the throne. The helmet culture has also been endorsed by the self proclaimed 5 star DJ  BONZO popularly know as “Baba Katero” because of his underground hard hitting helmet tunes from across the globe and providing room for local  artists to showcase what Zimbabwe can offer in terms of the reggae and dancehall genre.

In an interview with HitzAlert Zimbabwean correspondent in Harare recently – Mega Yout said the Covid 19 pandemic came in as a blessing in disguise towards his career.

“As an artist you get to a point where you need to restructure yourself in order to sustain yourself in times like we faced during the early days of the lockdown as it limited us studio time and shows. I managed to cut off loose ends which derailed my progress in my career so this time the energy is extra extra positive”, he emphasized.

Furthermore he added that he is set to release something new for his fans. “Lately I have been recording singles for my people who keep me going on, Geezy is one of the producers I have been working with and Guspy Warrior as well

so it’s going to be an exciting experience  because I am  also hoping to work with a couple of local, regional and international artists”, he smiled.

“I Wanna Go Home” by Mega Yout is one of his masterpiece projects which is pregnant with deep meaning of life when one is trapped in a foreign land.

Here is a link to “I wanna Go Home” by Mega Yout.

Mega Yout (hitzalert.com)
Mega Yout
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