Some songs take on meaning as you listen to them more. Maybe you attach a song with a particular person, a time in your life, a feeling you’ve had or a fleeting moment captured perfectly by the sounds playing in the background. The point is, the song becomes more than a series of notes and you end up loving it for what it means to you – the life that you give it.

It usually takes a while to bond with a song like that, but “Zambezi” instantly takes on a life of its own and after one listen I’m attached to it like it’s been my personal soundtrack for years. Admittedly, I have never made love underneath a mango tree by the river, but Tinashé gives me big goals. Thank you to Sunset in the Rearview.

I was originally shipped over from Zimbabwe so I could eventually grow to become a doctor/lawyer and wire money back home via Western Union, that didn’t go so well… I blame/thank MJ. I’m currently more in love with my guitar than I have ever been. I make guitar music. I am not ashamed to say l love pop music. That’s what its all about for me. Good music fueled by the world around me. More about Tinashé here.

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