Youngest National Art Merits Awards (NAMA) winner on the verge to drop her sophomore album, Bvudzi Jena – The Phase 1 on the 16th of August.
Born Thamsanqa Moyo is a Zimbabwean singer who came up in 2016 with her breakthrough record Ndibereke. Ndibereke set a high tone for Tamy Moyo and kept on pushing for more. The singer has achieved not one but numerous awards from annual radio awards to the sacred NAMAs.
Tamy Moyo discovered her talent at a tender age of 12. Most credit goes to his father who later on nurtured her on how to compose a proper song. It all started back in school in choir upto when she was asked to perform at Celebration Church. From there on it did not stop as she went to perform to big stages like the annual HIFA, NAMA, headlining at BET show in South Africa to sharing stage with icons like Joe Thomas.
Apart from been a singer Tamy Moyo is more like a performer. In an interview she revealed that she once had interest making music videos but performing had the best of her abilities. One of the people who discovered this Danayi Madondo who encouraged her to keep on working on that side of her ability.
“I am fortunate and blessed to have met a woman by the name Danayi Madondo who is the founder of Hause of Stone. We met when I was 16 and we shared great chemistry and she always believed in my craft….” she noted.
Tamy’s ability to dance is gassed by the influence of her role model, Beyonce. When it comes to great choreography and stage performances, the Queen B does deliver a stunning performance. Syphening inspiration from icons like Beyoncé do push you to keep on practicing to become perfect.
“I am a performer, so I constantly rehearse. Dance helps me stay in shape. I do a little bit of fitness training and I swim to exercise.” said Tamy.
The 18th Rollercoaster is Tamy Moyo’s debut album which was released back in 2016. Songs like Ndibereke, Sango and Tonight were the outstanding ones. Tamu has been consisncy since then with singles like Beautiful Ndozvandiri featuring Takura, and Dobba Don, Lay It Down featuring Nutty O, Kwandinobva and Kuteera featuring Jah Prayzah.
Now she is on the verge of releasing yet her sophomore album Bvudzi Jena – The Phase 1. One single was released in promotion of the album, ‘Phone Call Ah’. In the visuals she showcases her white braids in promotion of Bvudzi Jena.
In an interview she revealed that the white braids are more than a brand but represents growth. The period 2016 to 2021 is Bvudzi Jena.
”A woman’s hair can tell you what she is going through. Well for me, it’s transition from been a girl to a woman. From High School into the real world. It explains about me coming to discover who l am…’ she noted.
Other than music, Tamy Moyo is an actress and she was part of the Gonarezhou 2020 film. Be on the look out for Bvudzi Jena – The Phase 1. Coming near you on the 16th of August.