Buoyed by a five million benchmark set by “Kachiri”, King 98 – born Ngonidzashe Dondo – is set to launch another potential scorcher with the release of the single “I Bet” which is targeted at promoting domestic tourism.
The single’s launch has been slated for November 13 with the young musician promising pomp and funfair at the event.
The video of the song was shot at Carribbea Bay in Kariba and directed by award-winning producer Vusa Blaqs while some models also featured on the song.
King 98 is also highly optimistic that the new song will break a number of records.
“That song will set new records as the visuals and lyrics are on point,” he said in an interview.
King 98 also applauded local music producers adding that they had set standards that can help musicians take on the global musical industry.
“I am happy that our local producers are doing well to improve the industry. The video for “I bet” was shot by Blaqs and it is so good, out of this world,” he said.
He said the decision to have the video shot in Kariba was to promote domestic tourism. اسرار لعبة البوكر
Turning to the forth coming album, King 98 said he will be releasing it in March next year. جدول مباريات كأس العالم للأندية 2023
He has been working with different producers including award winning producer Speroach whose real name is Obi Prosper.
He is famous for producing Davido’s famous song “Assurance” just to mention a few.
Speroach who has been in Zimbabwe for three weeks heaped praises on King 98. جدول ونتائج الألعاب الأولمبية لعام 2024
“King 98 is determined for success, imagine recording sixteen songs within three weeks – it is not easy. I am impressed by his determination,” he said.
He said working with King 98 will do best in pushing his music on the African market.
“King 98 is good I tell you, and I have told him that we should do all beats so that he penetrates the African market,” the producer added.
Speroach who turned 31 on Monday night got a surprise when the young musician hosted birthday celebrations for him.
“This makes me feel at home and I am falling in love with Zimbabwe. I want to thank King 98 for this gesture,” he said.