Diva Vebrok celebrates 10 years with Sorry babe

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Stylish songstress Veronica ‘Diva Vebrok’ Brooks is celebrating a decade in the music industry with a new single entitled Sorry babe. The track, which is the first single for her studio album that was recently released, features Zimbabwean artists Tawie.

In a day my company distributes at least 500 CDs,” she boasted. “I am celebrating 10 years as a musician with Sorry babe which will be my only single this year,” said 31-year-old Diva Vebrok.

The songstress said her new single, which was produced at Roc Lefatshe Records, is a dedication to people that are seeking for an apology from their significant others.

“It does not necessarily mean that one has to cheat on their partners to play this song. You can also play it when you may have had a lover s’ tiff,” she said. The chorus of the song goes, Sorry babe/I kissed your best friend/I didn’t want hurt you. The song has a fusion of different music genres such as house and Kwasa Kwasa.


Diva Vebrok said the track has been receiving a massive response from her music fans, who have been buying the single,

“In a day my company distributes at least 500 CDs,” she boasted.

She said the track has some mature elements that showed her growth as a musician who has been in the industry for 10 years.

“The lyrical content, mindset and style shows that I have grown,” she said. To celebrate her musical journey Vebrok intends doing a number of pre-launches of the song.  In September she will host the official launch of Sorry babe, which is likely to feature Kwasa kwasa musician Koffi Olomide.

Last year she invited another veteran and Kwasa kwasa giant in Kanda Bongoman at her last album launch.

Vebrok established her career in 2005 when she released her debut album How could I kill, which was followed by the likes of Shopping that was released last year.

As someone who has matured in the industry, the starlet has formed a music association for women called Bots Diva which seeks to help female musicians to become household names.

The association has the likes of Nnunu, Kearom Rantao, Maxxy, Punah, Berry Heart and Charma Gal. She has also established a company called Vebtainment which is currently distributing her music.

Last week Diva Vebrok hosted a listening session for Sorry babe at Trekkers nightclub and the song was widely acclaimed by the  invites.

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