Wilson Chipangura, Guest Reporter
Capetown based artist Ninja Boss (Tatenda Beremauro) has dropped a new song set to light up the music scene which has been starved of some vintage projects in a while.
The new dancehall track titled “Ganja” was produced by reputable producer KSG Di Don of Versatility Life Entertainment, who is also based in Capetown, South Africa.
Ninja Boss has been rising to the top while showing improvement on each project borrowing from the adage of “wine maturing with age”.
The 22-year-old chanter said his new tune off Versi Life Riddim Vol 1 is just for appreciation of Rastafarians who are the religious smokers of Ganja.
“I don’t do drugs but this new song is all about support for all Rastafarians out there,” said Ninja Boss.
The Summer Time hit-maker said he looks forward to play a part in taking Dancehall / Reggae music in the country to the pinnacle of the international stage through his versatility.
He revealed his music is strongly influenced by different genres such as reggae, dancehall, and concious.
An avid fan of trend-setting artist Winky Dee, the young musician also revealed that besides the Ninja President some artists who inspired him include Tarrus Riley, Chris Martin and Lucky Dube among others.
“Winky D inspired me to an artist and especially his journey to prominence. He is a hard worker and that is what I strive to do on a daily basis,” summed the artist who is now based in Capetown, South Africa.
Ninja Boss started started his music journey in the dormitory town of Chitungwiza.