While diva Masa Caroleen continues to celebrate and welcome her debut album-Pamusoroi-she feels the project has brought around new fortunes.
The songbird recently put up a sterling show at the just ended Okavango Delta Festival in Botswana where she shared the stage with Bulawayo-based ensemble Djembe Monks, Flying Bantu, Shantie Lo, Mpho Sebina and the Natives.
Masa’s next stop will be at The Good Food Festival in Zimbabwe slated for Harare’s Botanical Gardens on September 14 where she plans to further promote her new baby.
Her determination after launching the new project has changed and her fans are loving her every performance.
The singer’s music journey started when back in her college days in Bulawayo, where she taught herself to play the guitar.
She rose to fame after moving to the capital, Harare, where she starred at events including the Open Mic Sessions at Book Cafe and Acoustic Nights at the German Society.