He added that the studio will also deal with the production of various videos and are in the process of launching a Tv show to be called ‘Okoa Hip-hop.’
“The programme will show works of Hip-hop artists like videos, music and Tshirts,” Mkwera said. He urged the National Arts Council (BASATA) to promote music which is the source of income for many youth.
The Chapakazi Studio in the past produced videos such as ‘Kwa Ajili Yako’ of Ray C ft Lord Eyes’, Jay Moe’s ‘Jipange’ and Mansuli’s ‘Kina Kirefu’.
Mkwera advised the government to give Hip-hop music priority. Apart from being a promoter, Mkwera also sang Hip-hop songs like ‘Peke Yangu’ and ‘Jawabu’.