Wilson Chipangura, Entertainment
The video is coming from his last offering, Whine that took the rising China-based mic master to a new level altogether.
It might be winter moment in other parts of this world but for Pro Sounds’ debut video off the electric song Whine (Summer Heat) surely there won’t be no segregation.
In fact the Summer Heat wave of this unique track is going to be felt in every part of the receptive body as the phenomenal songwriter-cum-producer Pro Sounds plans to keep everyone on their feet for a long time.
The track has continued to receive rave reviews from ecstatic music followers who have even tipped it to be an anthem for global entertainment hubs in years to come.
Mangoma has to date released three official songs of his own namely Falling (featuring Liberia’s earth-moving rapper Dice), African Queen and Whine which have become permanent signatures of his massive talent that will soon take the world by storm.
The effects of this dangerous weather hazard to come will begin with the dropping of the Whine video this Friday in Nanjing city of China before the heatwave spread to all the parts of the world thereafter.
Party hoppers will be looking to add move dancing skills to the ones they had already perfected to give the song a classic flair and the big day is getting prolonged at a time it is drawing nearer.
Mangoma who received a nomination in the China Foreign Artists award best male category this year is pleased that the project he has worked on with his camp will finally be set free for the market and its players to enjoy its yummy taste.
Pro Sounds was highly elated to share some few words on the upcoming track and also promised to mature like champagne as time moves on.
“It’s all fire fam[ily] for the video. It’s unique and it tells the creative story of the Pro Sounds family as a whole because without them there is nothing much to talk about. Just wait and see when the video comes out,” said the Zimbabwe born singer.
The World Cup is over and for England it was just a mere dream but for Pro Sounds’ Whine video, certainly ‘It’s Coming Home’ this Friday and forevermore.