Argus Mepo, Entertainment Reporter
Musically, DJ Tamuka, born Tamuka Makuluni is a magician who can do wonders and knows how to play well with his studio apparatuses, FruitLoops and Cubase, to mention just a few.
He has done much for the music industry by producing hits that got us all entertained, nurtured a lot of talent as well as contributing towards putting brand Zimbabwe on the map.
His diversity is also worth celebrating, he has successfully managed to work with scores of artists from different genres by producing tangible and solid projects.
He has produced hit-songs for the likes of Jah Prayzah, Ex Q, Roki, Nutty O, Poptain, Ammara Brown, Tamy Moyo, Enzo Ishall, the list is endless.
DJ Tamuka’s success story will remind anyone of the Nigerian music producer Sarz who has produced music for the likes of Drake and Wizkid.
He opened the Sarz Academy, an institution that has been producing top-notch producers, amongst them Mad, he produced Omah Lay’s Godly and JoeBoy’s alcohol as well as the young producer P Prime, among others.
Just like Sarz, DJ Tamuka has been committed to rise by lifting other upcoming producers so that they can reach their full potential.
Right now Mashroom Media is more than a recording studio but is now an incubation hub that has raising talented producers, all under DJ Tamuka’s wings.
Part of these producers includes Nasper Incoming, a humble and dedicated producer to look out for.
He has been making killer productions with his recent productions being Tamy Moyo’s Kuberekana and Ex Q’s Die for U ft Nutty O.
He is under the right guidance and has the potential to be one of the great producers who can create an impressive sound.
The other one needs, Angeo Pablo needs no introduction, he has been in the game for a while but his association with DJ Tamuka and Mashroom Media has turned on floodlights of success to his career.
He co-produced songs like Safe and the Mustard Seed success story will be incomplete without mentioning his name, he also had a hand in songs like Ndiwe, Success and Kingfu, to mention just a few.